Eddie Fitzgerald Joins Sawtooth to Head Up Wood Program

Sawtooth has hired Eddie Fitzgerald as Program Coordinator for our school’s wood department. In this newly created position, Fitzgerald will be responsible for developing the quarterly curriculum for the wood program as well as teaching and managing that department’s adjunct faculty. He has been actively engaged with Sawtooth in the past as an instructor and […]

Summer Art Camps for ADULTS!

Don’t let the kids have all the fun! Kids aren’t the only ones looking for creative outlets during the summer. Adults with summer camp fever will find what they’re looking for at the Sawtooth School.  Beginning July 14 and going through early September, Sawtooth will offer a wide selection of adult summer art camps, ranging […]

July Events with Terry Schupbach-Gordon

STUDIO SHARE: We have a wealth of artists in our community and this seminar will open the doors into their studios to discover the artists that live among us. Terry Schupbach – Gordon, is an experienced printmaker with a passion for the history of printmaking. Terry will use her comprehensive collection to guide us through […]

Join us at Hoots Flea Market June 7th

Sawtooth will be participating in the next Hoots Flea Market in a very interactive way! The next Hoots Flea is Saturday June 7th from 12 noon to 5 pm. Come check out our booth to screen print your own Sawtooth merchandise. We’ll have a selection of t-shirts & patches for you to custom print yourself. […]

Late Spring Taste of Art Schedule

Sawtooth School has scheduled nine different Taste of Art classes for the second half of the spring quarter. This popular series of laid-back classes offers a small sampling of different art forms to give participants a “taste” of the various media and disciplines offered at Sawtooth. Participants are invited to bring a bottle of wine […]

Sawtooth Welcomes Lindsay Piper Potter as New Registrar

Sawtooth School for Visual Art is pleased to announce that Lindsay Potter has joined the staff as registrar. Currently completing her degree in Art History at Salem College, Potter’s first exposure to art was as a child in Sawtooth’s summer camps. She renewed her involvement at Sawtooth a few years ago, working as an intern […]

Piedmont Earth Day Fair was a blast!

Dozens of families stopped by the Sawtooth School’s booth at the 9th annual Piedmont Earth Day Fair on Saturday, April 26, to make “stamp art” cards. Held at the Winston-Salem Fairgrounds again this year, the event drew nearly 10,000 people interested in learning more about protecting, preserving and restoring the environment in fun and entertaining […]

Sawtooth Donated 500 Pieces to Empty Bowls this year!

  Every year Sawtooth gets involved with Second Harvest Food Bank’s wildly popular Empty Bowls luncheon, this year donating 500 bowls made by ceramic instructors and students. The event is happening this afternoon with all proceeds supporting Second Harvest Food Bank of Northwest NC programs- a great example of the intersection of art and everyday human needs. […]

Arts & Craft Beer Fundraiser – April 11th

Sawtooth School for Visual Art has a new event on tap for Friday, April 11, from 5 to 8 PM.   “Arts & Craft Beer” is an innovative fundraiser that will blend the love of both together to support the Sawtooth Scholarship program.  Attendees will have the opportunity to sample a wide variety of craft beers […]

Our ‘Not Quite Perfect Pottery Sale’ was really Quite Perfect!

The Not Quite Perfect Pottery Sale was a huge success, with a turn out even better than we could have expected. We had over 40 people standing in line, waiting to shop at 11 am and for the next 3 hours our ceramics studio was full of shoppers. We are pleased to say that from […]