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Maximize your SAQA MembershipLearn about all the different benefits available to you as a SAQA member!Featured News View All News | View Calendar
- SAQA Webinar - Critique Series with Arturo Alonzo Sandoval In this 3-part video series, Arturo provides three different artists with helpful insight about their artwork. Participants included Bobbe Shapiro Nolan, Jean Sredl, Donna J Stalaboin.
- Live Chat with Lisa Walton - online series SAQA President Lisa Walton is hosting informal online chats with a variety of special guests. We welcome SAQA members to join in on the conversation! The next Live Chat with Lisa will be in July.
Webinar -Solo Exhibitions: Tips & InsightsBrenda Gael Smith shares her experience in putting together solo exhibitions including asking Why? What? Where? and How? She’ll also share insights from other SAQA members and talk about scheduling, checklists, planning, marketing, and communications. This information is instructive and inspiring for any art quilter whether sharing artwork at a local library or a big city gallery.
- 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.