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  • July 24, 2020 1:14 AM | SAGAG A Editor (Administrator)

    Interactive breakout sessions, artists breaks, and a variety of workshop-style presentations & panel discussions!

    The digital lineup covers topics in the areas of:

    • Financial Stability
    • Legal Issues
    • Digital Marketing
    • Virtual Collaborations 
    • Self-care Strategies

    ...and so much more!

    What we are trying to say is, this is NOT your boring Zoom event call!

    Calling all artists, makers, and creative to join us on August 7-8, 2020 to gain new perspectives on how to transition and adapt your creative business practice.

    Can't make it to one of the sessions? Don't worry, all sessions will be recorded.

    Session Info

    Fresh Arts recognizes that artists are facing financial instability and uncertainty; therefore, registration for the 2020 Fresh Arts Summit is designed to be affordable and fit your budget!


    (Note: Registration is discounted: $5, $25, or $50 - your choice). 

  • July 06, 2020 11:34 AM | SAGAG A Editor (Administrator)

    Free consultations with an attorney - Participants can call on July 7th, from anywhere in Texas between 5:30 and 7:30 p.m. to get any arts related question answered by a TALA volunteer attorney.  

    2020 brings us FOUR dates for the Arts Legal Line: 
    January 7, 2020  |  April 7, 2020  |  July 7, 2020   |  October 6, 2020

    5:30 – 7:30 p.m.

    Call (512)472-8303 or (866)303-8303 from anywhere in Texas.

    Presented in partnership with Lawyer Referral Service of Central Texas

    This event is funded in part by a grant from the Texas Commission on the Arts, and the National Endowment for the Arts.

    This project is supported in part by the Cultural Arts Division of the City of Austin Economic Development Department.

  • July 01, 2020 9:38 PM | SAGAG A Editor (Administrator)

    North Lands Creative - Glass, Meet the Future Online Festival

    Launching 3 July @ 5 pm GMT (Noon CDT) Until 17 July 2020

    The Festival is dedicated to presenting a selection of new films pivoting around the medium of glass and to highlight the global glass community during this unprecedented time. The films include narratives, documentaries, experimental, and hybrid genres – telling stories about how art is made, how artists survive, how they think and work, and what makes creativity our most important skill.

    The GMTF Festival launches on Friday July 3rd and continues until July 17th. All the screenings are free by visiting website. 

    Please contact for further information. 

  • June 22, 2020 11:26 AM | SAGAG A Editor (Administrator)

    The City of San Antonio understands the impact COVID-19 has on every corner of San Antonio, including our arts community. The Department of Arts & Culture is continuously adding its list of information and resources available to the San Antonio arts community during this time of crisis. If you have any additional and relevant information, please email

    Important Thing to Remember: These services and programs may not be applicable or available to everyone – and due to the large number of applications, criteria may change. You are encouraged to connect with these organizations directly with any questions.

    More information on the City of San Antonio's COVID19 website.

  • April 01, 2020 8:27 PM | SAGAG A Editor (Administrator)

    From the Glass Art Society 

    Emergency Relief Resources  GAS has compiled a list of the emergency relief resources available for artists and arts organizations. More funds, grants, webinars, and surveys are being released every day, and they’re more. Check back often for updates.

    Have additions? Email GAS at with the subject line “Emergency Relief.”

    View GAS Emergency Relief Resources for ARTISTS 

  • March 16, 2020 10:33 PM | SAGAG A Editor (Administrator)

    SAGAG March General Meeting 
    has been CANCELLED

    San Antonio Glass Art Guild's Response to COVID-19:

    Dear SAGAG Members,

    Because you, our members, are at the heart of everything we do as an organization, we take our responsibility seriously to keep you as safe and healthy as possible. In this light, we are cancelling our March meeting, and hope to reschedule our McNay glass tour at a future date. 

    We will reassess the situation in the coming days, and we are exploring technology to provide “virtual” meetings and/or tutorials for future programs, should that be necessary.

    Thank you all for your patience and understanding, as we all work to support each other in these trying times.

    The SAGAG Board

  • June 23, 2019 4:23 PM | Louise Craig

    The Guilded Fine Arts Festival is going to be an exciting event. 

  • January 26, 2019 6:00 PM | Anonymous

    I hope that you are able to support this Hope for the Future event by donation of silent auction items, personal or professional donation/sponsorship, by spreading the word to friends, and or by attending the 2019 Khaki & Plaid Royal Ball on Saturday Jan. 26, 2019 at the Henry B. Gonzales Convention Center.   

     Last year, this event raised close to $1,000,000, all of which went to provide need-based tuition assistance for Catholic and non-Catholic families or to provide assistance to the Catholic schools in the San Antonio area.

    This year Hope for the Future assisted more than 2,000 families with more than 2.3 million dollars in tuition assistance.

     If you are not familiar with the mission of Hope for the Future, they serve any family in San Antonio and the outlying communities who seek a faith-filled and rigorously academic education for their child or children at one of the 38 Archdiocese of San Antonio Catholic schools.

    The tuition assistance enables many families who desire Catholic education for their children the hope for a brighter future. These families who, despite great sacrifice, need some help to send their children to an Archdiocese of San Antonio Catholic school. The median family income for the recipients of tuition assistance is $38,000.

    In addition to providing tuition assistance, Hope for the Future also provides direct support to the schools in SA diocese, I encourage you to visit their web site: www. for more information about their mission. 

    Generations of families throughout the Archdiocese of San Antonio have turned to Catholic schools to provide the academic and spiritual benefits of a Catholic school education. The days are long past when Catholic schools were led and taught primarily by nuns. Catholic schools compete with public, private and charter schools in academics and 21st century skills, but excel in the ability to promote social and moral behavior. 

    Catholic schools lay the foundation of faith with knowledge that will serve a child for their lifetime. 

    The legacy of Catholic schools is the formation of successful, involved, moral people with a tradition of service to others and community responsibility. 

    Finally, please let me know if you have any questions or need anything.

    It is a great honor and privilege 


    Tex (& Denise)

    Denise Khaki and Plaid.pdf 

  • February 20, 2018 10:22 PM | SAGAG A Editor (Administrator)

    It's close! The day SAGAG members have been waiting for - a new website with great features.

    Highlighted features (from the Wild Apricot website)

    Membership ManagementMembership application on web and phone

    Create a mobile-friendly member application form on the web with payments and workflow; automate renewals and activate member self-service to update information; manage your member and contact records securely and enable members-only content and membership directories.

    Event Registration

    Create event listings and calendars online, take event registrations and payments on the web, automate promotion and reminder emails, generate attendee lists and other reports, and much more.

    And if you download our mobile app, you can check in or add new attendees and additional guests at the door – all from your smartphone!

    Event Registration

    Create and customize a full-featured and mobile-friendly website with our website builder, or provide membership forms, directories, member profiles, event calendars and more on your existing website.

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