Other Calls for Entry

Lea McComas is inviting quilters and artists to participate in the “Border Wall Quilt Project”.

We’re building a wall that brings people together, to talk about building a wall that keeps people apart. Creativity is welcome; social discourse is encouraged!
General Information:
The Border Wall Quilt Project is a visual representation of a discussion about the proposed border wall between Mexico and the United States. Let’s use our medium and our skills to explore all aspects of this issue and what it would mean to those on both sides. Together, let’s consider political, environmental, cultural, and economic factors. Quilters in the United States and Mexico are invited to participate.
To be a part of the Border Wall Quilt Project, create and donate up to 3 small quilted pieces, 8” x 16” expressing your ideas, concerns, and opinions about the proposed border wall between the US and Mexico and issues related to immigration. Under the direction of fiber artist Lea McComas, these small quilts will be used as “bricks” to build a wall about the wall. This isn’t a juried exhibition; we intent to use all bricks that follow project guidelines. The wall will continue grow as more, and more, bricks are donated.
Find a full prospectus and entry forms at: borderwallquiltentry.com
Follow our progress at: BorderWallQuiltProject.com


SAQA CO/UT/WY Regional Exhibit

CO/UT/WY Regioinal Exhibit – Evolving Perceptions.  The Prospectus is here: Evolving Perceptions (SAQA Regional).

Mary McCauley

Edward Bono said, “If you can change your perception, you can change your emotion, and this can lead to new ideas.”  Most people relate to and have fond memories associated with quilts;  those covers for a bed made from pieces of fabric that are stitched together and filled with padding.  This exhibit is intended to challenge the perceptions of what a quilt is; an exhibit that will be exciting, cutting edge and will stretch the imagination of the viewer as to what layered fabric can be.  It is an opportunity for the artist to be innovative in color, line, composition and materials in depicting their vision, whether realistic, representational or abstract.  The artist is invited to submit pieces that explore the limits of the medium, including 3-D and multimedia (including video and audio).

February 1, 2018     Call for entry
February 1, 2019     Online entry open
February 28, 2019   Online entry Deadline at 11:59 pm CST
March 15–April 5, 2019     Jury selection
April 10, 2019     Notification of acceptance (All notifications will be sent via email
April 30, 2019     Additional images due if requested
June 15–June 25, 2019     Accepted artwork delivery date
June 27, 2019   Artist Reception


SAQA Global Exhibits

There are several new calls for SAQA Global exhibits as well. So please check out all of the possibilities for the upcoming year.  Lots of inspiration and lots of work to do…..SAQA Calls for Entry.



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May 23, 2018