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- 2019 Benefit Auction - quilts available in the SAQA Store The annual Benefit Auction is SAQA's premiere fundraising event - all proceeds help support SAQA's exhibition programs, publications, and education outreach. While the online bidding may be over, there are still many beautiful pieces available in the SAQA store for $100. Your purchase helps increase the recognition for art quilts and the artists who make them.
2020 SAQA Conference - Registration is OPEN! Registration is now open for the 2020 MoSAiQA conference in Toronto, Canada. Join us March 19-22, 2020 for our annual conference held at the Hilton Toronto in the centre of this dynamic city. Early Bird Deadline (save $90!) is October31.
Join us at Quilt Festival Houston! Heading to Houston for Festival this October? So it SAQA! We are looking for volunteers to assist at the SAQA Booth - it's super FUN and you get to hang out with other fabulous SAQA members.
- SAQA Members - Join our Facebook group! Want to connect with other SAQA members? Then join SAQA's members-only Facebook group, a place to reach out to old friends and discover new ones! Let's talk about art, our creative journeys and what inspires us.
Special Interest Groups - Join one today!Want to connect with other SAQA members? Learn more about about a particular topic?
SAQA offers a series of online discussion groups called Special Interest Groups (SIGs). These meetings take place "virtually" using Zoom video conferencing technology. It's a fun way to meet other SAQA members and discuss art-related topics.