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Artists selected for Ebb & Flow!
Congratulations to the 35 artists selected by juror Linda Colsh for the SAQA Global Exhibition Ebb & Flow. This exhibition will premiere at Quilt Festival Houston in October 2020.
2020 SAQA Benefit Auction - Now accepting donations
Be part of SAQA’s most-anticipated fundraising event! Donate a 12 x 12-inch art quilt to support our exhibition and outreach programs. This year's auction will take place online from September 14 through October 4, 2020. The deadline to submit an entry is July 1, 2020.
Connecting our Natural Worlds videos now available
This virtual tour of the Connecting our Natural Worlds exhibition at the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum showcases the details, stitchwork, and textures contained in these beautiful works of art. Participating artists also explain the stories behind their work, and the processes and techniques used to create it.
Forced to Flee - virtual tour and other videos now available
Don't miss this fascinating in-depth look at a very powerful exhibition. Get up close to see the details, stitchwork, and textures contained in these works of art in the SAQA Global Exhibition Forced to Flee. This video series includes interviews with Juror Dr. Susan Beryl Marks, curators from the Ruth Funk Center for Textile Arts, and selected artists.