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Student Spotlight: Elizabeth Repetti

  Winston-Salem did not become the “City of Arts and Innovation” by accident. Our community boasts a large number of people actively engaged in the arts along with a broad and diverse range of performing, visual, and literary arts organizations.  Sawtooth School for Visual Art is the incubator for the visual arts in Winston-Salem, creating […]

Sawtooth Faculty Endowment Fund Established at Penland

A former board president of Sawtooth School has established the Sawtooth School for Visual Art Faculty Endowment Fund at Penland School of Crafts.  The fund will provide an annual scholarship for a member of the Sawtooth teaching faculty to attend a 2-week summer workshop at Penland, the internationally renowned center for craft education located in […]

New Impression Printmaking Competition – April 2016

In conjunction with the launch of new Arnhem 1618 printmaking paper, Speedball is proud to announce the New Impressions printmaking competition to exhibit in the Davis Gallery in April 15-May 27, 2016. New Impressions is a competition for college students across the country to compete for prizes for themselves and their school! Enter now through 12/31/2015. All works must be […]

Bookmarks, Associated Artists & Sawtooth School Present Holiday Shopping – Dec. 4

  Bookmarks is teaming up again with Associated Artists and Sawtooth School for Visual Art with several events on Friday, December 4 to help with your holiday shopping! All events will be held inside the Milton Rhodes Center for the Arts at 251 North Spruce Street in Winston-Salem. The Bookmarks Holiday Bazaar will feature local […]

Deck the Halls Fundraiser 2015

Deck the Halls is Sawtooth’s largest fundraising event and generates proceeds that help support our organization’s operations and arts-based programming. Beautifully displayed in our gallery and gift shop setting, Deck the Halls features a unique variety of work from Sawtooth faculty, students and regional artists. This year, Deck the Halls will be free and open to the […]

Metal Clay Artist Symposium – Sept. 2016

Sawtooth is proud the host the Metal Clay Artist Symposium September 15-18, 2016. This exciting 4-day event features the most innovative workshop leaders in a creative environment, sharing inspiration, techniques, and cutting-edge technology with the metal clay community through hands-on workshops, Q&A sessions, Meet and Greet opportunities, a vendor shopping day, a month-long metal clay […]

Support the Arts Council’s new Crowd-sourced Campaign!

  Join us in building the Winston-Salem that we know we can be! Give to the crowd-sourced campaigns for either of these two special initiatives at Power2Give.com/WinstonSalem. Your gift will count in The Arts Council of Winston-Salem’s 2015 Annual Campaign and directly help to support your favorite initiative. We are 80% to our overall community campaign goal. […]

Art in the Afternoon Community Open House – Sept. 19

We will open the doors to all our studios for Art in the Afternoon on Saturday, September 19 from 1 to 4 PM.  This community open house will feature demonstrations, hands-on art activities, and information on fall classes and workshops for adults, teens and kids. Guests are invited to tour the school, located in the historic 100-year-old […]

Photography Expedition to the English Lake District – Info Session Aug. 20

Join expedition photographer Julian Charles and Sawtooth as we present a photography expedition to the English Lake District!  Julian will be giving a FREE presentation about this fantastic travel opportunity in our Davis Gallery this Thursday, August 20th, from 6:00 – 7:30 pm. To find out more about this class, click here. Email the Photography Coordinator, Amanda […]

About Sawtooth’s Artists on Art Series

Artists on Art is a dialogue series hosted by Amy Jordan Kincaid that originated in 2014, as a venue for promoting artists within our community, and offering a dialogue where artists discuss art and process.  Many of the artists that have joined us, have other stories or motivators that the community at large are unaware […]

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