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Not Quite Perfect Pottery Sale

Its back again! Our annual seconds sale for practically perfect pottery pieces. On Thursday, June 21, 5-8pm in the Mountcastle Forum in Milton Rhodes Art Center. Prices starting as low as $3; and most under $20. Come find a unique, handcrafted item (platters, plates, bowls, mugs, jars and more) by Sawtooth instructors and students. All proceeds go […]

Sawtooth Selects

IN THE DAVIS GALLERY June 1st – July 26th Join us in the Davis Gallery for our fifth annual faculty and student showcase. In Sawtooth Selects, we highlights specific courses from each programming area and exhibit the student work alongside work of the course instructor. This is a great opportunity to view a cross-section of […]

Sawtooth Promotes Two Women to Executive Roles and Pivots to 2020

With signature artistic instruction and design excellence, Sawtooth will streamline operations, create sustainable financial strength, offer market-driven programs, products and services, and provide best in class service by 2020, Sawtooth’s 75th anniversary. During this anniversary year, Sawtooth will re-introduce Sawtooth Artist of the Year, create the Sawtooth Artist Hall of Fame permanent exhibit and collection, […]

Artists on Art with Paul Travis Phillips

Tuesday, April 17th at 6:00 PM at SECCA “The power of this series is that it gives voice to the smallest moments in our everyday life. It reminds us that we can find in something ordinary, something extraordinary.” Terry Schupbach-Gordon. Identifying these moments and promoting artists is the inspiration behind the series. The conversations take […]

Get your tickets for Arts & Craft Beer!

The fifth annual Arts & Craft Beer is on tap for Friday, April 27, 2018 from 5:30 to 8:30 PM at Sawtooth School, located upstairs in the Milton Rhodes Center for the Arts in downtown Winston-Salem. This fundraiser event combines craft beer tasting, art demonstrations, and art making with all proceeds from benefiting the Sawtooth […]

Winston Salem Forsyth County Schools Spring Arts Extravaganza

Sawtooth and the Milton Rhodes Center for the Arts are excited to partner with the Winston-Salem, Forsyth County Schools and Modern Automotive to showcase the extensive selection of art from the students enrolled in the Visual Arts programs throughout the county.  Sawtooth will showcase work from the middle and high school students in our Eleanor […]

Emily Drew Mash showcases her printmaking in Industrial Lines

Sawtooth printmaking instructor, Emily Drew Mash, will showcase a new study of industrial and scientific influenced prints during March in the Redding Corridor Gallery. The prints draw from maps, scientific journals, patent renderings, and more archival material. Her work is influenced by the more clinical and graphic style of traditional record material, and will showcase […]

Summer Internships

Sawtooth wants you as a Youth Summer Intern!   High School interns work with experienced art educators in summer camp studios to assist Sawtooth’s youngest artists, ages 3 to 11, as they explore creativity in new and dynamic ways. This position requires excellent communication skills, attention to detail, the ability to work independently and collaboratively […]

Sawtooth Announces New Scholarships and Financial Assistance Options

Sawtooth School for Visual Art is proud to announce that they have updated scholarship and finical assistance options to include more people who are interested in learning a new art form or skill. “Sawtooth is dedicated to providing quality creative art instruction to a diverse student body,” said Alex Klein, Director of Admissions and Student […]

IN THE DAVIS GALLERY: (Hew) to Form

IN THE DAVIS GALLERY January 16–March 2, 2018 (Hew) to Form Sawtooth is proud to present a collaborative show detailing the many art forms and expressions of woodcarving.  The show will presents varying forms of woodcarving from sculpture to chip carving, and many styles in between. The show features work from Andrew Fullwood, Tim Trudgeon, Bill […]

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