The Society of American Graphic Artists (SAGA) has a rich history dating back to 1915 when a group of printmakers founded the Brooklyn Society of Etchers. The following year, their first exhibit was at the Brooklyn Museum. Over the years the membership has included most of America's foremost printmakers. Membership in the Society enables artists to show their work in New York City through important exhibitions with substantial awards. Read More
SAGA is a service organization and has sponsored national and international exhibitions since 1922. Other activities include demonstrations and service events, such as a symposium on health hazards in the arts. SAGA traveling exhibitions have been shown in many museums and universities. Some exhibitions have circulated internationally under the auspices of the United States Information Agency.
SAGA keeps its members informed of activities through a newsletter, SAGAzine, which lists exhibition opportunities, member activities and other items of interest to printmakers.