Membership is open to residents of Washington state. Click here to view a Membership Application. Print it, fill it in, and mail it to the address printed on the form, or bring it to a CQA meeting. See a quick summary of membership benefits on the Dues page.
Current members can renew by paying dues online through PayPal. Go to our Dues page to select your level of membership, and follow the link to PayPal. A dues payment made now covers your membership from today through March 31, 2016.
Visitors (including non-quilters) are always welcome at our meetings. There is no admission fee, and we get terrific and inspiriing guest speaker artists who work in diverse media. We meet from 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. on the second Saturday of each month in a classroom on the Seattle Pacific University campus, between the north side of Queen Anne Hill and the ship canal. Meetings are casual, so please bring a sack lunch if you wish.
Speaker presentations begin shortly after the general business meeting at approximately 11:00 a.m.
Multimedia and fiber artist
"Work and Meaning"
Rachel Brumer is a multi-talented and award-winning artist, as well as a former CQA member. In her presentation, she will describe her approach: "I continue to be passionate about translating ideas of life into visual representations. I want to create work with a personal vocabulary of images that has a strong metaphoric potential for all people."
Moving metal toys and robots
Direction to Seattle Pacific University and Bertona Hall:
From I-5, take the NE 50th Street exit and drive west. Turn left (south) on Fremont Avenue N--about two miles. Get into the right lane as you cross the Fremont bridge and take the first turn-off to the right and then immediately right again onto Nickerson Street. Follow Nickerson for about half a mile, and turn left (south) at the stoplight for 3rd Avenue West. You are now on the SPU campus.Turn left onto 3rd.
Enter the parking lot on your left by turning into the driveway beside Stell's, the small restaurant. Our building is on the east side of the parking lot, a one-story red brick building. Parking in the lot is free for us on weekends; ignore the restricted parking and "No Parking" signs.
To see a map of the entire SPU campus, go to www.spu.edu/info/maps.asp.