FASA Panel at the SAQA Conference, April 8, 2018
The SAQA attendees gave the panel a warm reception, and asked for the panel brochure to be posted on the FASA website.
In the lively panel debate, moderated by Lyn Belisle, each of the FASA leaders made the case that it is their behind-the-scenes talent that rocks a great fiber arts organization.
FASA’s Got Talent: Fiber Artists of San Antonio
FASA, the Fiber Artists of San Antonio, has been fueled by the talents of its members for 47 years. Weavers, stitchers, dyers, wrappers, felters, digital wizards and more make up a talent base that keeps FASA in the artistic spotlight. FASA has no shortage of artistic expertise.
But it’s the behind-the-scenes talent that keeps the organization healthy and growing. These panelists wear more than one hat in FASA.
Programs – Silvia Sarinana
Education – Sherry Christensen
Community Service – Peggy Foerster
Exhibits – Rebecca Lilly Segura
Website and Social Media – Marty Wolins
Wild Card – Jean Dahlgren (SAY Si!)
Wild Card – Carmen Goyette (SPUTNIK)
Each one is vital to the organization. The problem is, each one thinks her hat is the biggest one! So we brought them all together to see what you think. Who is the ONE hard-working fiber artist whose behind-the-scenes contribution makes the biggest difference to the FASA organization? Each panelist will have five minutes to make her case.