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Think. Feel. Connect.

Original artwork by Miriam Martincic

Listen. Love. 1834 Wake Forest Road #8850, Winston-Salem, NC 27109 • www.wfdd.org


FROM THE INTERIM DIRECTOR

membership Sawtooth School for Visual Art is a non-profit community school. We count on our members to support our mission. We ask that you consider becoming a member this year and every year! Annual (12 month) membership term.

My “Love Note” to JoAnne I met JoAnne Vernon when we both joined the Sawtooth staff in June of 2012. We spent the next six months “drinking from a fire hose” as JoAnne often said to learn everything we could about the School. I soon realized that the Sawtooth board could not have chosen a better leader for this organization. The School faced significant challenges when JoAnne took the helm as Executive Director, but she was undaunted. She quickly developed a strategic plan, began cultivating relationships with donors and funders, assembled a supportive and knowledgeable staff, and started making Sawtooth a better place day by day. Fueled by her burning passion for visual art and her undying love for Sawtooth, JoAnne established aggressive goals that she invariably met and often exceeded. She held herself and others to a high standard. She not only led us, she inspired us. Along with the rest of the staff, I discovered that JoAnne was more than just a good boss. She was – and continues to be — a truly good person and a dear friend. Sawtooth has continuously improved over the last four years because she pushed us all to think bigger and do better. When JoAnne stepped down at the end of the year due to health reasons, I moved from Assistant Executive Director to Interim Executive Director. Believe me when I say no one misses her more than I do! The Sawtooth Board is currently searching for a full-time Executive Director, and hopes to have that person in place sometime this spring. (Knowing my own strengths and weaknesses, I respectfully declined to throw my hat in the ring for this position.)

Benefits of being a Member include: – Quarterly course catalog by mail or email – Reduced member tuition on classes and workshops – Invitations to Sawtooth School events -- 10% off discount in the Shop on Member Mondays Membership Type Student Member (full time) Senior Citizen Member (65+) Individual Member Family (Immediate Household)

Memberships may be purchased online at sawtooth.org

To honor her legacy, the board has created the JoAnne Vernon Sawtooth School for Visual Art Endowment Fund at the Winston-Salem Foundation. We invite you to help further JoAnne’s work to keep Sawtooth thriving as the Triad’s premier community visual art school. You can donate to this fund on-line by visiting www.sawtooth.org/endowment.

SAWTOOTH’S MEMBER MONDAY DISCOUNTS Is your Sawtooth membership current? Now’s a good time to check, because we’re holding MEMBER MONDAYS in the Sawtooth Shop. Sawtooth members will now get a 10% discount on all their purchases made from the Shop on Mondays throughout the year (except during Deck the Halls). This is just one more way for Sawtooth to say “thank you” to our members. If you’re not a member, now is a good time to buy. Registration discounts on classes and workshops combined with this discount on fine crafts and art produced by local and regional artists make it one of the best values in the City of Arts and Innovation!

JoAnne often talked about sending a “love note” to someone who had volunteered for a Sawtooth fundraiser, or to an instructor who was sick, or a board member who had been promoted. It was her way of saying thanks, or letting that person know she was thinking of them, or helping celebrate someone else’s success. This is my love note to JoAnne. If you’d like to send your own to thank her for her contributions to Sawtooth and wish her well, you can do that on the endowment page on our website listed above. Thanks to JoAnne and her inspiring leadership, we are looking forward to a bright future at Sawtooth, and we’re glad you’re part of it!

Kevin Mundy Interim Executive Director

Photo: front row from left: JoAnne Vernon, Kira Carollo, Taylor Hayes, Angela Reavis, Nannette Davis, Sara Stine, Kevin Mundy. Back row from left: Julian Charles, Alex Klein, Amy Jordan Kincaid, Eddie Fitzgerald, Warren Moyer, Ellen Hendrix

Annual Fee $35 $35 $50 $125

CONTENTS

Ceramics......................................................... 4 - 5 Drawing, Painting, Printmaking..................... 6 - 8 Fibers................................................................... 9 Gallery Schedule............................................... 25 Glass .................................................................. 10 Metals........................................................ 12 - 13 Photography............................................... 14 - 16 Wood.......................................................... 17 - 18 Youth.......................................................... 19 - 23 Policies & Registration............................... 26 - 27 Registration Form............................................. 27

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CERAMICS

9203. Teen Wheelthrowing for 7th – 12th Grade Beginners learn the basic techniques of throwing on the wheel along with related glazing techniques. Those with experience can refine their throwing skills while exploring new and more complex forms. Materials included. Location: Wheelthrowing Studio Instructor Cynthia Leonard Early Registration $160 (member $130) Regular Registration $180 (member $150) 6 Mondays, 4/10 - 5/15, 4:15 pm – 6:00 pm

SCULPTING

WHEELTHROWING 203. Beginning & Intermediate Wheelthrowing Beginners learn the basic techniques of throwing on the wheel along with related glazing techniques. Students with experience can refine their throwing skills while exploring new forms and design possibilities.

215. Sculpting a Portrait in Clay Beginners and intermediates will discover or refine basic skills and techniques for creating a portrait in water-based clay. Learn the process of preparing the armature, shaping the head, creating expressive facial features and adding drapery. Pieces will be fired in preparation for adding patinas. Clay and firing included. Instructor Mary Gunyuzlu Location: Handbuilding Studio Early Registration $265 (member $235) Regular Registration $285 (member $255) 6 Wednesdays, 4/19 - 6/17 (skip 4/24 & 5/31), 9:30 am – 12:30 pm

Location: Wheelthrowing Studio Early Registration $275 (member $245) Regular Registration $295 (member $265)

Section A – Instructor Julie Perry 9 Mondays, 3/27 - 5/22, 6:30 pm – 9:00 pm

Section B – Instructor Pam Taylor 9 Mondays, 3/27 - 5/22, 9:30 am – 12:00 noon Section C – Instructor Clyde Lassiter 9 Tuesdays, 3/28 - 5/23, 6:30 pm – 9:00 pm

Section D – Instructor Gene Grimaldi 9 Thursdays, 3/30 - 5/25, 6:30 pm – 9:00 pm

Section E – Instructor Dodie Campbell

HANDBUILDING 208. Handbuilding Explore the creative possibilities of clay without using a potter’s wheel. Beginners will learn pinch, slab and coil techniques to create various projects. Students with experience can refine their skills while exploring new forms and design possibilities. Decorating and glazing techniques Location: Handbuilding Studio will also be explored. Early Registration $275 (member $245) Regular Registration $295 (member $265)

9 Saturdays, 3/25 - 5/20, 9:30 am – 12:00 noon

Section A – Instructor Nicole Uzzell

205. Intermediate Wheelthrowing Develop and refine your throwing skills and expand your range of forms through individual projects. Demonstrations will include more complex forms and advanced techniques in throwing and glazing. Designed for experienced students who have mastered basic centering and pulling techniques. Instructor Julie Perry Location: Wheelthrowing Studio

Section B – Instructor Ron Embry

Early Registration $275 (member $245) Regular Registration $295 (member $265) 9 Wednesdays, 3/29 - 5/24, 6:30 pm – 9:00 pm

209. Intermediate & Advanced Ceramics A studio class for individuals who feel comfortable with the fundamentals of handbuilding or wheelthrowing, but are eager to improve their skills. Creative exploration will be encouraged through demonstration and critiques. Instructor Dodie Campbell Location: Wheelthrowing Studio Early Registration $275 (member $245) Regular Registration $295 (member $265) 9 Wednesdays, 3/29 - 5/24, 9:30 am – 12:00 noon

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WORKSHOP 2384. Mason Stains, Colored Slips and Underglazes Confused about how and at what stage to use various decorating materials? This is an opportunity to unlock some of the mystery and expand your decorating vocabulary. Students will learn the properties of various materials and how they can be used in combination with glazes to add variety to your work. Instructor Warren Moyer Location: Handbuilding Studio Registration $55 (member $40) Saturday, 4/8, 12:00 noon – 4:00 pm

2315. Raku Workshop Enjoy the fun of raku firing with its lively colors, crackled glazes, metallic finishes and rich black clay surfaces. Experience the immediate gratification of pulling your red hot pieces out of the kiln and seeing the finished glaze results in fifteen minutes. Experiment with numerous glazing options. Firing space is limited. You may bring three bisque pieces no taller than 9” and no wider than 5”. Instructor Warren Moyer Location: off campus Registration $70 (member $55) Saturday, 5/20, 10:00 am – 2:00 pm

2394. Splish, Splash, I’m Making a Birdbath! Treat your feathered friends to a cool summer respite by making a small handbuilt birdbath for your yard. Create the pedestal and bowl using the slab technique, incorporating pattern and texture for an interesting surface. Sculptural additions of birds, bugs, critters, etc. can be added. Follow up session for staining and glazing will be arranged. Instructor Mary Gunyuzlu

Location. Handbuilding Studio Registration $115 (member $95) Saturday, 6/3, 9:30 am – 4:00 pm

9 Tuesdays, 3/28 - 5/23, 9:30 am – 12:00 noon 9 Thursdays, 3/30 - 5/25, 6:30 pm – 9:00 pm

210. Intermediate & Advanced Handbuilding A studio class for individuals who feel comfortable with the fundamentals of handbuilding but are eager to improve their skills and expand their creativity. Experienced students may propose independent projects suited to their interests. Instructor Warren Moyer Location: Handbuilding Studio Early Registration $275 (member $245) Regular Registration $295 (member $265) 9 Thursdays, 3/30 - 5/25, 9:30 am – 12:00 noon

photo: Handbuilt vessel by Warren Moyer

Classes include 25 pounds of clay and related glazing and firing. The Ceramics Studios are available for registered student use during Open Studio hours. Check studios for schedule.

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VISITING ARTIST 2393. Demonstration Workshop with Steve Kelly Get inspired as you watch Steve demonstrate a variety of techniques from throwing, faceting, and altering pots; to trimming, assembling and decorating surfaces. According to Steve, “I try to manipulate the clay at each stage in the drying process, because the clay gives you something unique at each point along the way.” In a hands on portion of the workshop, you can explore one of Steve’s signature techniques, a surface etching process he developed himself. Expect to gain new insight on the throwing process while engaging in conversation about balance, form, and texture. Location: Handbuilding Studio Instructor Steve Kelly Registration $110 (member $85) Friday, 6:00 pm – 8:30 pm and Saturday, 9:30 am – 4:00 pm, 4/28- 4/29

Steve is a fulltime potter from eastern North Carolina and a member of Piedmont Craftsman with a BFA from the University of Montana. Kudos to Steve for being featured in an upcoming issue of “Ceramics Monthly.” Photos: Teapot and Bowl by Steve Kelly

2250. Taste of Art – Clay! Spend a fun couple of hours learning something new, meeting new friends, and creating a lovely piece of handmade ceramic art to take home! No experience necessary. Bring a beverage, bottle of wine, and/or snacks to these laid–back classes. $45 per person. Fee includes materials. Fridays, 6:00 – 8:30 pm

March 31 – pair of mugs April 21– berry bowl with plate May 5 – pitcher May 26 – candle lantern June 9 – pair of iced tea tumblers

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DRAWING & PAINTING

400. Intro to Figure Drawing from Life A four-day intensive large-scale figure drawing class for intermediate level students. The class will build on the methods introduced in the introductory level figure drawing class; gesture and long poses will be used to further the student’s experience and understanding of relating the observed figure to large-scale (3 ft. x 4 ft) drawings, using charcoal sanguine and Conté crayons. Bring your own drawing materials as well. Instructor Duncan Lewis Location: Graphics II

Early Registration $160 (member $130) Regular Registration $180 (member $150) 4 Tuesdays, 4/4 – 4/25, 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

442. Intro and Intermediate Acrylic Painting This class will focus on basic approaches to acrylic painting. Direct painting will be encouraged through studies in color mixing. Gentle hands on experiments and demonstrations will lead students to explore this exciting and fun medium. Instructor Jason Lancaster Location: Graphics I Early Registration $155 (member $125) Regular Registration $175 (member $145) 6 Wednesdays, 5/3 – 6/7, 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

408. Botanicals in the Growing Season The fascinating world of botanical art is one where art and science meet. Learn the techniques used by botanical artists to realistically depict plant life in watercolors as well as the artist. Activities include developing drawing accuracy while working from live plants in currently in season, color matching, watercolor techniques such as controlled washes and dry brush used for creating realistic images. All skill levels. Supplies included. Instructor Kathy Schermer Gramm Location: Graphics I

Early Registration $180 (member $150) Regular Registration $200 (member $170) 4 Wednesdays, 5/24 – 6/14, 10:00 am – 1:00 pm

429. Open Figure Drawing (all skill levels welcome) Enjoy these non-instructional open drawing sessions. Each session will include a series of short gesture drawings and several longer poses. Work on your own development, refine and develop your existing skills or simply experience something new. Facilitators will keep time for the poses. Bring your own materials. Easels, stools, drawing benches and drawing boards are provided. Location: Graphics II Early Registration $120 (member $90) Regular Registration $140 (member $110) Facilitators: Gretchen Siebert, Charlie Pate and Grace Kooken 7 Mondays, 4/3 – 5/15, 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

481. Drawing for Beginners and Beyond A drawing course for those who feel they cannot draw but have always wanted to learn, as well as for those who want to practice or learn new approaches to drawing. A variety of mediums will be explored, including pencil, charcoal, and ink. Observational and realistic methods will be taught, along with imaginative experiments with composition. The instructor taught drawing for 23 years at Wake Forest University. Instructor Alix Hitchcock Location: Graphics II

Early Registration $155 (member $125) Regular Registration $175 (member $145) Tuesdays and Thursdays, 4/4 – 4/13, 6:00 pm – 8:30 pm

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454. Beginning and Intermediate Watercolor Learn a variety of European techniques to mix and mingle colors on a wetted surface in order to create deep, rich and vibrant colors unmatched by other mediums. Supplies provided for first class. A supply list will be distributed and discussed in the first session. Instructor will be available for one hour open studio after class session. Instructor Olga Greco Location: Graphics I Early Registration $150 (member $120) Regular Registration $170 (member $140) 4 Thursdays, 5/4 – 5/25, 10:00 am – 1:00 pm

444. Calligraphy A common sense approach to calligraphy. Introducing a variety of tools and acknowledging the power of pattern. We will take a close look at the 15th century italic hand in pursuit of a method of study a way of seeing. Combining stroke, repetition, rhythm and texture, we will build our relationships and work with families of letters. We’ll give letters a place of value in the tradition of page design and a simple bound book. Sound like therapy? It is! Supplies provided (including the favorite new fountain pen). Location: Graphics II Instructor Joyce Teta

Early Registration $150 (member $120) Regular Registration $170 (member $140) 6 Fridays, 5/5 – 6/2, 10:00 am – 12:00 noon

WORKSHOPS 4333. Landscape Made Simple - Workshop In this hands-on workshop Viktoria will demonstrate ways of approaching painting in the studio from photos or studies. This will be a paint-along class with individual attention to each student. Viktoria will bring in a plein air landscape study and demonstrate the effective methods she employs to transform it into a larger scale studio painting. The students will be able to bring in reference material - a landscape study or a high quality 8”x10” landscape photo and turn it into a beautiful painting or use the study material provided by Viktoria. It will be re-composed for maximum impact and transformed into a complete landscape painting. The focus of this class will be on composition, drawing, value and color. This is an all-level workshop demonstrated in oil but you may bring your own acrylic paints if you wish. Instructor Viktoria Majestic Location: Graphics II Early Registration $150 (member $120) Regular Registration $170 (member $140) Friday 4/21, 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm & Saturday 4/22, 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

4325. Pastel Workshop with Bill Gramley Explore color, texture, techniques and materials in this one day pastel workshop. You will complete three or more pictures. Materials provided, you may also bring your own supplies. Instructor Bill Gramley Location: Graphics I Early Registration $90 (member $60) Regular Registration $110 (member $80) Saturday, 4/8, 10:00 am – 1:00 pm

4444. Collage Workshop This class will be a gentle introduction to learning the joy of working with papers as you create elegant and exciting images. You’ll learn to apply elements of balance, contrast, proportion and patterns, etc. to create your own fine art form. Come and experience this unique approach to collage! Materials provided. Instructor Mona Wu Location: Graphics II

Early Registration $130 (member $100) Regular Registration $150.00 (member $120) Saturday, 4/22, 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

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Visiting Artist

4119. Oil Sketch from the Life Model Often used as a preliminary study, the poster study (or oil sketch) is a simplified interpretation of a subject. Using poster studies, participants will explore compositional design and color relationships; the “Big Picture” of painting. By limiting our investigations to the large shapes and masses, and subordinating details, we can more easily examine issues of color, light and design as distinct from other aspects of picture making; particularly those associated with drawing. Practicing the poster study will provide the student with a practical, hands-on approach to understanding the essential elements of a subject. Each three-hour session participants will develop a new piece while working from the life model. Topics to be considered include composition, color analysis and theory, the tone and key of color relationships and paint handling. Various color palettes and technical issues regarding the painter’s materials will also be considered. This class is suitable for the beginning, intermediate and advanced student of oil painting. Instructor Nick Raynolds Location: Graphics I

Early Registration $230 (member $200) Regular Registration $250 (member $220) Friday and Saturday, 5/19 and 5/20, 10:00 am – 4:00 pm Raynolds began his formal studies in art at the age of 15 in Vancouver, Canada where he later received his BFA. He continued his studies in DŸsseldorf, Germany and in Halifax, Nova Scotia. In pursuit of the mastery of his craft, he attended the Gage Academy of Art (formerly the Seattle Academy of Realist Art). In January of 2001 Raynolds moved to New York to study at the Water Street Atelier and at Studio 126. Nick has taught at Penland School of Crafts, among other venues.

WORKSHOPS NEW! 4007. Illustrating Birds - In the Footsteps of John James Audubon Learn about Audubon’s life and working process with an immersive hands-on experience. Birders, watercolor fans, novices, and those who want to better understand the art of printmaking will find common ground. If you are already a birder at heart, then please bring your guide books and stories of seeing these feathered friends with you to class. All levels of experience are welcome. Instructors Jeffrey Cates and Jeremy Reiskind

Location: Sawtooth School and SciWorks Early Registration $150 (member $120) Regular Registration $170 (member $140) 3 Days, Saturday, 4/1, Friday, 4/7 and Saturday, 4/8 Saturdays. 10:00 am – 1:00 pm and Friday 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

4888. Travel Journal/Sketchbook Workshop There’s no better way to document or remember a special trip than to write or sketch about it. This class will take away the intimidating aspects of keeping a travel journal or sketchbook and offer methods and techniques for making it your “own.” Pencil, pen, watercolor and photographs will be used. Come with a trip in mind, past or future, an image of that location and a sketchbook or journal. Let’s escape for the day! Instructor Amy Jordan Kincaid Location: Graphics II

Early Registration $70 (member $40) Regular Registration $90 (member $60) Thursday, 5/18, 6:00 pm – 8:30 pm

4242. Successful Color Mixing Workshop Color plays a very important role in painting, it brings out the emotional response to what we see. Each student will learn how to mix and control color by using only the three primary colors and white. Students will also learn how to use the color wheel successfully, including the steps of mixing a whole range of landscape and skin tone colors. Color charts will be created for future reference. Demonstrations will be with oils, but the same color mixing techniques apply equally to acrylics and watercolors. Instructor Viktoria Majestic Location: Graphics II

Early Registration $180 (member $150) Regular Registration $200 (member $170) Wednesday and Thursday, 5/24 – 5/25, 10:00 am – 3:00 pm

4669. Paper Marbling Learn the magic of paper marbling with acrylic paints. Create both traditional and contemporary patterns, ending the day with many decorated sheets suitable for a variety of further artistic purposes or to simply frame “as is”. Supply fee $10. Instructor Anne Murray Location: Dye Studio Illustration by John Janes Audubon

Early Registration $120 (member $90) Regular Registration $140 (member $110) Saturday, 6/3, 10:00 am – 3:30 pm

4088. Fresh Edible Berries in Watercolor Workshop Learn techniques used in Botanical Art to realistically depict a bright detailed strawberry, the waxy bloom of a blueberry, and the rich dark color of a blackberry. Instruction includes color matching, controlled washes, dry brush for accuracy as well as how to achieve botanical accuracy. All skill levels. Instructor Kathy Schermer-Gramm Location: Graphics I Early Registration $110 (member $80) Regular Registration $130 (member $100) Saturday, 6/17, 10:00 am – 2:00 pm

4450. Taste of Art – Drawing, Painting & Printmaking Spend a fun couple of hours learning something new, meeting new friends, and creating art! No experience necessary. Bring a beverage, bottle of wine, and/or snacks to these laid–back classes. $35 per person. Fee includes materials. Fridays 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

April 21 - Printmaking Without Ink May 5 - Monoprint May 19 - Alcohol and Ink June 9 - Mixed Media Painted Book April 7 - Acrylic Landscape

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PRINTMAKING

40111. Text, Image, and Chance Operations Students will play with text, image, and games of chance to create series of small books or prints. We will use prompts, the newspaper, a typewriter, and various printmaking techniques to create unexpected artwork. Location Graphics I Instructor Leslie Smith Early Registration $160 (member $130) Regular Registration $180 (member $150) 2 Saturdays, 4/22 and 4/29, 10:00 am -3:30 pm

WORKSHOPS

406. Introduction to Printmaking This introductory class will cover multiple printmaking techniques, including intaglio, relief, monoprint and embossing, while covering supplies and studio practice. Two of our printmaking instructors will be teaching the fourweek course, giving students a sampling of our printmaking practices and instruction, in one class. This course is a prerequisite for Open Studio. Instructors Mona Wu and Leslie Smith

Location: Printmaking Studio Early Registration $230 (member $200) Regular Registration $250 (member $220) Section A. 4 Wednesdays, 5/24 – 6/14, 6:00 pm – 8:30 pm Section B. 4 Thursdays, 5/25 – 6/15, 10:00 am – 12:30 pm

4022. Linoleum Block Printing Learn basic techniques of relief printing on linoleum blocks, using water-soluble inks and gelatin on fine rag paper. Linoleum block is easy to cut and easy to capture a range of designs from very simple to very complex. Projects include single color prints and multi-color reductive prints. All levels encouraged. Location: Printmaking Studio Instructor Emily Drew Mash Early Registration $180 (member $150) Regular Registration $200 (member $170) 4 Wednesdays, 4/5 – 4/26, 10:00 am – 12:30 pm

4991. Gelatin Printmaking Workshop This class will be using “gelatin” plates to print on without the use of a press. Rolling on ink with brayers, we lay down pre-cut silhouette images as well as other flat items for a variety of impressions. This form of printmaking is conducive to “happy accidents” and playful combinations. Water soluble inks are used for easy clean up. We will be able to produce several layers on one piece of paper for more complex compositions! Location: Printmaking Studio Instructor Alix Hitchcock Early Registration $130 (member $100) Regular Registration $150.00 (member $120) Saturday, 4/1, 10:00 am – 3:00 pm

4116. Screen Printing Workshop Create your own limited-edition artwork on fabric or paper while learning about screen printing. Artist Woodie Anderson walks you through the design and printing process and shows how some of the tools and techniques work. Students will create a nonphotographic stencil and print from a screen using the screen filler negative method–a method you can easily use in your own home using safe, non-toxic materials. Bring a t-shirt or pillowcase to print on, if you’d like. Printmaking is a wonderful art form that is accessible to all levels. Even if you have never printed before, you will be able to create unique colorful artwork you can take home with you. Instructor Woodie Anderson Location: Printmaking Studio

Popular Print Seminar Returns! 4118. How Did They Do That? A print lover’s guide to intaglio, etching, drypoint, softground, aquatint, woodcut, lithography, chine colle, screenprint and all things in between. With Artist Terry Schupbach Gordon In this seminar, we will look at many original prints from the 15th c to the present, examine how the marks were made and where it all fits in the wonderful history of printmaking. We will talk about the difference between “original” and “reproduction” and how you can tell the difference. In addition to talking about and looking at prints, we will make marks and print them in order to illuminate for you the mysteries of the printed image…Try your hand at turning the press or wiping the plate. If you want to know how to tell a drypoint from an aquatint, or an engraving from a lithograph or if you want to understand why a print looks the way it does and where it fits in the history of art and culture, this seminar is for you. Regular Registration $40 (member $35) Saturday, 4/13, 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm

4446. Open Studio Facilitated open studio hours will be available each session. Please contact Amy Jordan, Graphics Coordinator, graphics@sawtooth.org to inquire.

Early Registration $120 (member $90) Regular Registration $140 (member $110) Saturday, 4/29, 10:00 am – 3:30 pm

483. Woodcuts In this four-week class we will learn to utilize the natural grain of wood boards to enhance the printed image. Edition of prints will be made using reduction and/or multiple board methods. Students will take home wood boards and cutting tools to carve the boards and return to class to ink the boards and pull prints. All inks used are non-toxic, waterbased Akua inks that can be cleaned up with soap and water. All levels. Location: Printmaking Studio Instructor Mona Wu Early Registration $160 (member $130) Regular Registration $180 (member $150) Tuesdays and Thursdays, 4/11 - 4/20, 6:00 pm – 8:30 pm

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FIBERS

371. Natural Dyes 101 Create a wonderful array of colors on fibers using natural materials. Explore natural dye techniques and different mordants on protein and cellulose fibers. Use dye plants that you can grow, collect in the area, or purchase. Build a swatch book with test and recipes to continue using natural dyes at home. Please bring your own fibers to dye the first day of class. Fibers must be 100% natural (cotton, wool, linen, silk). Instructor Kelsey Brown Location: Dye Studio

4777. Felted Flower Workshop Big, fat luscious flowers are our focus as we wet-felt rich colors of merino wool fibers into exotic 3-dimensional works of art. Embellish with Angelina fibers and lustrous silk threads before felting our wool bead center, a technique that can also be used to create jewelry. Finish with a gently curling vine tendril and add a pin-back so that it can be worn with your favorite sweater, jacket, hat or purse, or used to enhance your newest quilt or creative project. All skill levels. Materials provided. $10 kit fee is required. Instructor Vicki Clontz Location: Graphics I

Early Registration $90 (member $60) Regular Registration $110 (member $80) Saturday, 5/20, 10:00 am – 1:00 pm

4450. Taste of Art – Fibers

Spend a fun couple of hours learning something new, meeting new friends, and creating fiber art! No experience necessary. Bring a beverage, bottle of wine, and/or snacks to these laid–back classes. $35 per person. Fee includes materials. Fridays, 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

April 27 - Shibori Silk Scarf Dyeing June 2 - Silk Scarf Dyeing

Early Registration $150 (member $120) Regular Registration $170 (member $140) Mondays and Wednesdays, 4/17 – 4/26, 6:00 pm – 8:30 pm

3223. Beginning and Intermediate Weaving Beginners and experienced weavers will learn together concentrating on an individual project with the added opportunity to watch the progress of other weavers. Beginners will learn basic techniques, color study and design possibilities. Experienced weavers will work on a more advanced project of their choice. Open Studio available. Please feel free to bring a bag lunch or snack. $20 supply fee. Instructor Pat Mauck Location: Fibers Studio

Early Registration $230 (member $200) Regular Registration $250 (member $220) Tuesday and Thursdays, 4/4 – 4/27, 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

WORKSHOPS 4774. Nuno-Felted Scarf Create a one-of-a-kind scarf full of texture and personality in this wet-felting class by expert felter Vickie Clontz. Choose your favorite colors of hand-dyed silk chiffon along with merino fibers, coordinating solids, curly fibers, lustrous bamboo and sparkly Angelina fibers for a bit of bling. Instructor will provide kits. Bring a bag lunch. $20 kit fee is required. Instructor Vicki Clontz Location: Dye Studio

Early Registration $90 (member $60) Regular Registration $110 (member $80) Saturday, 4/1, 10:00 am – 3:00 pm

3001. Batik Workshop Batik is a form of dye resist using wax, and has roots in Indonesia and has been a large part of cultural textiles and dye communities for centuries. We will sample this process and experiment with this treasured technique. Instructor Gillian Morrow Location: Dye Studio Early Registration $110 (member $80) Regular Registration $130 (member $100) Saturday, 5/6, 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

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GLASS

543. Glass Fusing and Slumping – All Levels Learn how to fuse and slump glass in a kiln. Beginners learn the basic skills to make glass plates, coasters, bowls or jewelry. Start out by learning glass cutting and design considerations. Intermediate students try different glass combinations and more advanced techniques. All the tools, equipment and firings are provided. Students will purchase the glass that goes into their projects. Supplies discussed at the first class session. Instructor Betti Pettinati-Longinotti Location: Glass Studio Early Registration $170 (member $140) Regular Registration $190 (member $160) Section A 5 Mondays, 4/3 - 5/1, 6:30 pm – 9:00 pm Section B 5 Mondays, 5/8 - 6/5, 6:30 pm – 9:00 pm

530. Intro to Glassblowing & Lampworking Learn to use glass tubes and rods to create small figurative sculpture, glass jewelry, beads, ornaments or bottles using a bench torch. Lecture, demonstrations and hands-on practice will teach the basics of the art. All materials and equipment are provided. Beginners expected, repeat students welcome. Class limited to eight students. Instructors Curtis Cecil Location: Glass Studio Early Registration $270 (member $240) Regular Registration $290 (member $260) 8 Wednesdays, 4/5 - 5/31 (skip 4/26), 6:30 pm – 9:00 pm

551. Stained Glass – Evening Class All levels. Beginners work on glass panels while experienced students work on projects of their own design. New this session will be the topic of stained glass panel lamps! Learn techniques of cutting and grinding glass for your panel and assembling the pieces with copper foil or lead came. Supply list is available at the first class. The studio is equipped with tools and equipment for use during class. Open studio hours will be available for independent student work. Location: Glass Studio Instructor Nancy David Early Registration $250 (member $220) Regular Registration $270 (member $240) 8 Tuesdays, 4/4 - 5/23, 6:30 pm – 9:00 pm

558. Stained Glass or Mosaics- Morning Class This glass class will accommodate novice to advanced stained glass or mosaic students. Beginning students will learn basic techniques for fabricating stained glass or mosaics; intermediate students will be able to hone skills. Patterns may be of students own design (designing for stained glass will be discussed) or selected from class patterns and stained glass can be fabricated in either copper foil or lead. Student should bring 2-3 pieces of glass to begin project at the first class. Contact instructor sansuglass@yahoo.com w/ questions and a list of other supplies. Location: Glass Studio Instructor Sue Smith Early Registration $250 (member $220) Regular Registration $270 (member $240) 8 Tuesdays 4/4 - 5/23 9:30 am - 12:00 noon

Note: Stained Glass students enrolled in the weekly classes are allowed to use the Glass Studio during non-class hours to work on their projects. Details available during class! Take advantage of this unique benefit and enroll today!

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532. Glass Beadmaking This glass beadmaking class will set a firm foundation of skills and take beginners through all the basics of glass bead making in a flame. After you learn how to create the traditional round bead, you’ll increase skills by learning to use other tools to shape the beads and other forms of glass (stringers, frit, etc.) to give your beads their unique look. Add a different skill each week! Materials and equipment provided. Instructor Jeff Wilson Location: Glass Studio Early Registration $170 (member $140) Regular Registration $190 (member $160) 6 Thursdays, 4/20 - 5/25 6:30 pm – 9:00 pm

5650. TASTE OF ART – GLASS! Spend a fun couple of hours learning something new, meeting new friends, and creating a lovely piece of art to take home! No experience necessary. Bring a beverage, bottle of wine, and/or snacks to these laid–back classes.

WORKSHOPS 5320. Glass Beadmaking Saturday Workshop Have you ever wanted to make your own glass beads? Jeff will show you how! You’ll be introduced to techniques used to transform colorful Italian glass rods into beautiful beads you can string into bracelets and more. You will be using a bench torch and simple tools to manipulate the glass. Materials included. Class size limited to 8. Fine for beginners and repeat students. Instructor Jeff Wilson Location: Glass Studio Early Registration $105 (member $75) Regular Registration $125 (member $95) Saturday, 4/22, 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

558. Stained Glass or Mosaics - Morning Weeklong Adult Art Camp This glass class will accommodate novice to advanced stained glass or mosaic students. Beginning students will learn basic techniques for fabricating stained glass or mosaics; intermediate students will be able to hone skills. Patterns may be of students own design (designing for stained glass will be discussed) or selected from class patterns and stained glass can be fabricated in either copper foil or lead. Student should bring 2-3 pieces of glass to begin project at the first class. Contact instructor sansuglass@yahoo.com w/ questions and a list of other supplies. Instructor Sue Smith Location: Glass Studio Early Registration $250 (member $220) Regular Registration $270 (member $240) Monday through Friday, 3/6 - 3/10. 9:30 am - 1:30 pm

$35 per person. Fee includes materials. Fridays, 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

April 7

Glass Beadmaking with Jeff Wilson

April 22

Fused Glass Flower Suncatcher with Betti Pettinati-Longinotti

May 5

Glass on Glass Mosaic with Sue Smith

Torch Time!

Torch Time for Glass Beadmaking and Lampworking is just that... an opportunity to spend time practicing behind the torch flame, all while sharing the company and enthusiasm of fellow flame workers. Experience necessary. Supply your own glass or use the Sawtooth’s stock. A laid-back fun time for all! $20 per session Fridays, 4–8pm, check website for specific dates

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Twin City Stage and The Law Offices of Timothy D. Welborn present

JOSEPH and the

Amazing

Technicolor dreamcoat March 31-April 2 & April 6-9 The Arts Council Theatre

Lyrics by Tim RiCe Music by Andrew LloYd Webber

SAWTOOTH MEMBER MONDAY DISCOUNTS

Is your Sawtooth membership current? Now’s a good time to check, because we now offer MEMBER MONDAYS in the Sawtooth Shop. Sawtooth members will now get a 10% discount on all their purchases made from the Shop on Mondays throughout the year, (except during Deck the Halls). This is just one more way for Sawtooth to say “thank you” to our members. If you’re not a member, now is a good time to buy. Registration discounts on classes and workshops combined with this discount on fine crafts and art produced by local and regional artists make it one of the best values in the City of Arts and Innovation!

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torch fired enameling on copper and are encouraged to explore the possibilities that this process allows. Annie will introduce a variety of enameling techniques such as sifting, stenciling, sgraffito, and basse taille. Apply these techniques to everything from pendants and earrings to decorative home items. No experience necessary. Most materials included. Instructor Annie Grimes Williams Location: Metals Studio Early Registration $260 (member $230) Regular Registration $280 (member $250) 8 Tuesdays, 4/4 - 5/23, 6:30 pm – 9:00 pm

5118. Creating Jewelry with Beads and Wire Using beads and wire is a great way to begin jewelry-making. The tools are simple and inexpensive, and the results are gorgeous! Learn to make earrings and pendants, or linked components for bracelets and necklaces. Learn how to use beads and attach clasps and findings and about the tools, materials and terms. A creative way to use up those beads you’ve been collecting! Some materials provided. Instructor Marlene Kuser Location: Metals Studio Sterling silver metal clay is pressed into handmade texture molds

METALS/JEWELRY 518. Sterling Silver Metal Clay Jewelry Sterling silver metal clay consists of sterling silver powder and organic binders. The process is similar to regular clay, only in miniature! Once you form and dry your piece it is fired in a kiln and emerges as a solid piece of silver. Learn all the basics of using metal clay while completing some beautiful jewelry projects. We’ll cover techniques like impressing texture, stone setting, tube bead making, ring making, finishing techniques and more. The versatility of this medium offers endless design opportunities while remaining approachable to anyone! The silver clay is available for purchase at Sawtooth. No experience necessary. Supply list will be emailed prior to class. Repeat students welcome. Instructor Rebecca Natanson Location: Metals Studio Early Registration $155 (member $125) Regular Registration $175 (member $145) 5 Thursdays, 4/6 - 5/4, 6:00 pm – 8:30 pm

510. Beginning Metals/Jewelry Learn the basics of creating jewelry from copper, brass and silver sheet and wire. You’ll learn soldering, sawing, forging, polishing and many more techniques to create beautiful, wearable jewelry. This class is a perfect introduction to creating handmade jewelry, but is also a course to repeat to gain proficiency and experience with a wide range of techniques. Tools and equipment are provided. Students may purchase metal during class. Location: Metals Studio Early Registration $250 (member $220) Regular Registration $270 (member $240)

Section A Instructor Annie Grimes Williams

8 Mondays, 4/3 - 6/5 (skip 5/29), 6:30 pm – 9:00 pm

Section B Instructor Sara Sloan Stine

8 Tuesdays, 4/4 - 5/23, 9:30 am – 12:00 noon

561. Metals/Jewelry: Enameling Enameling is an ancient process where glass is fused to metal through heat. Students will experiment with kiln and

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Early Registration $110 (member $80) Regular Registration $130 (member $100) 4 Mondays, 4/17 - 5/8, 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm

599. Open Metals Studio Open Metals Studio is designed for advanced/experienced students who want additional time and access to the specialized tools and equipment available in the studio... or just want to come in and enjoy creative time with others! Students should provide their own materials. For more information, contact Sara Sloan Stine, metals@sawtooth.org The session is available for a 6–week Series Price: $90; or Individual days: $20 each Evening Section: 6 Wednesdays, 4/12 - 5/17, 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm Morning Section: 6 Thursdys, 4/13 - 5/18, 9:00 am - 1:00 pm

WORKSHOPS 5133. Intro to Jewelry Fabrication: Silver Ring with Bezel– Set Stone Sara will introduce you to jewelry fabrication as she guides you in creating a beautiful silver ring with a bezel–set cabachon stone or unique fused glass cabachon. Start with sheet silver and sterling wire and learn how to saw the metal, solder, polish and more while making a ring you can actually wear home! Sara has lots of tips and techniques that will make your first jewelry experience a fun and successful one. All levels; no experience required. Materials are included in the fee. Bring a bag lunch. Instructor Sara Sloan Stine Location: Metals Studio

5136. Silversmithing Saturday Workshop This is the perfect introduction to creating sterling silver jewelry the traditional way, by starting with sheet metal and wire. Learn about the basic jeweler’s tools: a jeweler’s saw, pliers, hammers, and the torch while creating two or more pieces of handmade jewelry. We’ll provide all the materials, tools and equipment. No experience necessary. All you need is enthusiasm! Instructor Sara Sloan Stine Location: Metals Studio Early Registration $105 (members $75) Regular Registration $125 (members $95) Saturday, 5/6, 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

5214. Basse Taille Enameled Earrings Workshop French for “low cut,” in this enameling technique a pattern is created on the metal surface before enameling, so that when the transparent enamel is laid over it the pattern shines through the glass. We’ll use the roll mill to produce exciting texture on metal, then learn the process of enameling to add color and depth. You’ll get hands-on practice and learn the process from beginning to end while creating some unique earrings. Materials included. Instructor Annie Grimes Williams Location: Metals Studio

Saturday, 5/13, 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

5550. Taste of Art – Jewelry Making! Spend a fun couple of hours learning something new, meeting new friends, and creating a lovely piece of jewelry to take home! No experience necessary. Bring a beverage, bottle of wine, and/or snacks to these laid–back classes. $35 per person. Fee includes materials. Fridays, 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

April 7

Bead & Wire Earrings with Marlene Kuser

May 5

Sterling Stud Earrings with Christina Tyler

May 12 Sterling Hammered Ring with Christina Tyler

Early Registration $95 (members $65) Regular Registration $115 (members $85) Saturday, 4/8, 10:00 am – 3:00 pm

Photo above: Rings in sterling silver and dichroic glass by Sara Sloan Stine

Stud earrings by Christina Tyler

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VISITING ARTISTS

Cuff in Sterling Silver Metal Clay by Lisel Crowley

5297. Visiting Artist Lisel Crowley: Cuffs and Rings in Sterling Silver Metal Clay One of the most exciting new developments in metal clay, sterling silver clays offer wonderful new possibilities to metal clay artists. The added finished strength and the ability to form items such as rings and cuffs flat and shape after firing allows for more creative freedom and flowing designs. During this two-day workshop, Lisel will introduce you to best practices for working with the sterling clay. She will cover forming, firing and finishing and help you create your unique designs from start to finish. Best tools and techniques for setting stones, creating and shaping coils, joining and strengthening connections, finishing and embellishing will all be covered. Whether you are a seasoned metal clay artist or someone just discovering the joys of this fantastic medium, this workshop will help you expand your creative voice in wonderful ways. A kit fee will be collected during the workshop and includes clay and use of tools and firing. Space is limited! Sign up now! Instructor Lisel Crowley Location: Metals Studio

5343. Tiny Boxes with Andrea Harvin-Kennington This 3-day workshop is an investigation into the making of tiny containers. For thousands of years humans have incorporated small containers into their lives as tokens, spiritual pathways, sculpture, idols, and practical storage of things. Learn the ins and outs of design, elements and fabrication of miniature boxes in non-ferrous metals. This workshop will incorporate many techniques to create small intimate containers. Traditional forms (square, round) as well as micro shell forms will be demonstrated. Many surface texturing styles will be incorporated as well as mechanisms for closures. The tiny containers can be wearable or table top sculptures. Students will be responsible for materials and some tools, forming tools will be provided. Instructor Andrea Harvin-Kennington

Location: Metals Studio Early Registration $295 (members $265) Regular Registration $315 (members $285) Friday, Saturday and Sunday, 4/21 - 4/23, 10:00 am - 5:00 pm Metalsmith Andrea Harvin-Kennington has been involved in the metals industry for more than 25 years. She earned her MFA in Metals Design from East Carolina University in 1994 and apprenticed with Betty Helen Longhi from 1995-1997. She has owned and operated Kennington Designs since 1994. In 2009, Andrea established NC Black Co. in the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina, where she and her team craft micro-tools for metalworking. Photo below: Tiny Box by Andrea Harvin-Kennington

WELDING WORKSHOPS 5201. Welding for the Artist Explore the basics of cutting, brazing and welding ferrous and non-ferrous metal. Various techniques will be covered, and everyone will create an in-class project fabricated from scrap metal. Bring your own metal, or choose from choice scrap collected by the instructor. No experience necessary. Protective clothing must be worn. Bring a bag lunch. Directions will be provided to registered students. Instructor Duncan Lewis Location: Duncan Lewis’s Studio Early Registration $180 (members $150) Regular Registration $200 (members $170) Saturday, 5/20, 10:00 am – 4:30 pm

5203. Welding for the Artist – Part Two This one-day workshop is designed as a continuation of Welding for the Artist. Students will explore oxyacetelyn welding as well as other types of welding (MIG or stick welding). Bring your own metal, or experiment with the scrap metal on hand! Protective clothing must be worn. Bring a bag lunch. Limited to 6. Prerequisite “Welding for the Artist.” Workshop is held at the instructor’s studio. Directions will be provided to registered students. Location: Duncan Lewis’s Studio Early Registration $180 (members $150) Regular Registration $200 (members $170) Saturday, 6/3, 10:00 am – 4:30 pm

Early Registration $220 (members $190) Regular Registration $240 (members $210) Saturday and Sunday 3/25 - 3/26, 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Lisel Crowley is a Senior Certified Art Clay instructor who has traveled and taught metal clay and other classes throughout the United States in a variety of venues and formats. Her work has appeared in magazines and online exhibits and is shown in galleries and shops internationally. She has presented and taught at numerous metal clay conferences. She is founder and director of the Metalclay Artisan Guild in Connecticut.

Since its inception in 2014, Sawtooth School’s Visiting Artist Fund has assisted in bringing more than 25 visiting artists to the school to teach hands-on workshops. Our continuing gratitude goes to Malcolm and Patty Brown who initiated the fund.

The following funds at The Winston–Salem Foundation provided support to further Sawtooth School for Visual Art’s mission: The Sawtooth School for Visual Art Scholarship Fund The Sawtooth School for Visual Art Endowment The Chris Yarborough Memorial Sawtooth School Trust The Bess Lee Burke Memorial Fund Charles Babcock, Jr. Field of Interest Fund Eisenberg Family Fund for Arts and Culture Vicki Van Liere Helms Art Fund 860 West Fifth Street, Winston–Salem, NC 27101–2506 p (336) 725–2382 or Toll–Free (866) 227–1209

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PHOTOGRAPHY

Discuss file management and basic computer photo editing such as cropping and color adjustment. This course is for anyone who is comfortable with the basics of their camera, but wants to learn more creative uses of their advanced functions. It is designed for cameras that have the ability to adjust aperture and shutter speed. Spend half the class in lecture and half the class photographing and practicing techniques. Please bring your camera and manual. Location: Digital Lab Early Registration $130 (member $100) Regular Registration $150 (member $120)

Section A Instructor Laurie Merritt

5 Wednesdays, 4/12 – 5/10, 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

665. An Introduction to Adobe Photoshop Learn to use Photoshop to perform a variety of functions useful for photographers. This class is an introduction to Photoshop, including the toolbox, options bar, main menu, palettes and the tools within them. Learn to crop, rotate, re-size, dodge and burn, remove dust and scratches, perform color corrections and more. Enhance your photos and create stronger, more striking images. Perfect for Adobe Cloud users. Please bring a thumb-drive of your images to class. Location: Digital Lab Instructor Katie Dickson Yarbrough

Early Registration $130 (member $100) Regular Registration $150 (member $120)) 5 Mondays, 5/15 – 6/19 (no class 5/29), 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

Section B Instructor Dave Dulaney

WORKSHOPS

5 Tuesdays, 5/16 – 6/13, 10:00 am - 12:00 noon

659. Digital Photography III - Composition and Expressing your Vision using Photography Expanding on the basic photographic tools and techniques introduced in Digital Photography I & II. The course introduces composition fundamentals, such as balance and point of view. Learn the importance of light, framing, and color. Students need to have a DSLR capable of shooting in Raw (most would qualify) and also have a copy of either Photoshop, Photoshop Elements, Lightroom etc. capable of working with RAW images. For intermediate and advanced students who have a good working knowledge of their cameras. Instructor Katie Dickson Yarbrough Location: Digital Lab Early Registration $130 (member $100) Regular Registration $150 (member $120) 5 Thursdays, 5/17 – 6/14, 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

Core Classes

606. Digital Photography I This first course will introduce you to the most fundamental controls on your digital camera. Learn about the basic controls of your camera, exposure, ISO, shutter speed, aperture, and composition essentials. Discuss how to upload your images to a computer and basic file storage. Spend half the class in lecture and half the class photographing and practicing techniques. This course is for anyone who has used their camera but still needs help getting better images and understanding basic camera functions. It is designed for cameras that have the ability to adjust aperture and shutter speed. Please bring your camera and manual to each class. Location: Photography Studio Early Registration $130 (member $100) Regular Registration $150 (member $120)

Section A: Instructor Laurie Merritt

5 Wednesdays, 3/8 – 4/5, 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

Section B: Instructor Dave Dulaney

5 Tuesdays, 4/4 – 5/2, 10:00 am – 12:00 noon

Section C: Instructor Laurie Merritt

5 Wednesdays, 5/18 – 6/15, 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

647. Digital Photography II A perfect follow-up to Digital Photography Level I (class 606) this next class will give you a greater understanding of your camera’s more advanced features. Learn about white balance, creative uses for aperture and shutter speed, metering modes, lens choice, and advanced flash settings.

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620. The Digital Photographer’s Workflow using Adobe Lightroom Whether a hobbyist or professional photographer, a smooth and organized workflow is essential in the effective management and editing of a digital photographic library of images. This class covers the complete workflow, beginning with camera set-up, importing, organizing and editing using Adobe Lightroom, and finally exporting and optimizing images for output, whether for printing or web. Sawtooth School offers access to Adobe Lightroom versions 4 and 5. Students wishing to use other versions of Lightroom are invited to bring their own laptops and software. Instructor Laurie Merritt Location: Digital Lab

Early Registration $150 (members $120) Regular Registration $170 (members $140) 6 Mondays, 4/3 – 5/8, 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

NEW! 6603. Adobe Alternatives: Introduction to Affinity Photo For those looking for alternatives to buying into a subscription based software program, we have a new series of workshops that offer the more traditional way of investing in photography software; a one-time investment, with options of upgrades. Affinity Photo is a professional photo editing software for Mac or Windows, which has received wide acclaim, and was chosen by Apple as the best Mac app of 2015. Please note that Sawtooth school does not have this software available at this stage – students will need to bring their own software loaded to a laptop. Instructor Katie Dickson Yarbrough Location: Digital Lab

Early Registration $70 (member $40) Regular Registration $90 (member $60) 2 Tuesdays, 5/2 & 5/9, 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

6091. Portrait Artistry in Photoshop Once the portrait image is in camera, your artistic journey has just begun. This workshop will cover many of the features in Photoshop of interest to the photographic artist including layers, blend modes, filters, plug-ins, brushes, basic retouching tools, and more. We will explore various ways to achieve your artistic vision. Instructor Kevin Coombs Location: Digital Lab

Early Registration $70 (member $40) Regular Registration $90 (member $60) 2 Saturdays, 3/18 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm & 3/25, 10:00 am – 12:00 noon

NEW! 627. Advanced Lightroom This class is for those who already have a basic understanding of Adobe Lightroom, or have attended ‘The Digital Photographer’s Workflow using Adobe Lightroom’. During this class students will delve deeper into Lightroom; using both Mac and PC operating environments. Participants are asked to bring in a set of photos on a thumb drive that they want to process. Lightroom version 5 available during class to those who do not wish to bring their own laptops and software. Instructor Jeff Silkstone Location: Digital lab

Early Registration $150 (members $120) Regular Registration $170 (members $140) 6 Thursdays, 3/2 – 4/6, 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

Portrait by Kevin Coombs

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625. Fall Open Darkroom Studio For those who have darkroom experience and wish to take advantage of the darkroom facility in their own time. Proof of darkroom experience is required, or previous attendance at one of our darkroom classes. Darkroom passes and orientation provided by the photography department. Please note that our darkroom is set up exclusively for black and white photography. Facilitator Julian Charles Location: Darkroom Early Registration $130 (members $100) Regular Registration $150 (members $120) Inquire about hours that the darkroom is available Spring session.

Special Interest Classes 668. Portrait Photography In this advanced class, learn the important elements of creating a successful portrait. Get hands-on training in posing your subject, lighting, lens use, and editing. Best suited for those who have had intro photography classes and are comfortable with their camera settings. Instructor Katie Dickson Yarbrough Location: Photo Studio

Early Registration $130 (member $100) Regular Registration $150 (member $120) 5 Tuesdays, 3/28 – 4/25, 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm Photo by Maurice Robinson

Film and Darkroom 684. An Introduction to Darkroom Photography Without a doubt, learning darkroom techniques is one of the best ways to improve your photography skills and create a photographic legacy for your family. Whether you are a beginner, old pro, or looking to reconnect with your darkroom roots, this class is for you. Become familiar with darkroom equipment and processes and print from your own black and white negatives. Class includes use of the darkroom during the class duration. Film SLR cameras required. If you do not have a film camera, you may borrow one of ours. Our darkroom is set up exclusively for black and white photography. Instructors Dave Dulaney and Maurice Robinson Location: Darkroom Early Registration $150 (members $120) Regular Registration $170 (members $140) 6 Mondays, 4/24 – 6/5 (no class 5/29), 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

616. Film Photography in the Studio Studio photography is an art in itself, but add film photography to the mix and you have elevated your artistic potential to a new level! Join film photographer Maurice Robinson in our studio as we spend one class discussing the fine art of studio film photography, two classes photographing models in our studio, and three classes developing and fine-tuning our prints in the darkroom. An art experience like no other! Film cameras are required. We have them available for loan at Sawtooth if needed. Instructor Maurice Robinson Location: Photo Studio

Early Registration $190 (members $160) Regular Registration $210 (members $180) 6 Mondays, 4/10 – 5/15, 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

687. Wedding Photography Wedding photography is one of the most challenging, yet rewarding professions that a photographer can undertake. This in-depth class examines the complete business of wedding photography from getting started, to advertising, to shooting, to completing images in the digital darkroom. This class is a must for anyone considering a career in wedding photography. Instructor Katie Dickson Yarbrough Location: Photo Studio

Early Registration $130 (member $100) Regular Registration $150 (member $120) 5 Thursdays, 4/13 – 5/11, 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

NEW! 6024. Architectural Photography This course will discuss the equipment, camera settings and design elements used to create compelling architectural images. Students will receive instruction on the visual elements required, and further tuition on post editing. Workshop includes a photo walk by some of the most iconic structures in Winston-Salem. Instructor Jeff Silkstone Location: Photography Studio Early Registration $100 (member $70) Regular Registration $120 (member $90) 3 Saturdays, 4/22 – 5/6, 10:00 am – 12:00 noon

NEW! 6190. Telling a Story with Light and Composition Light and composition are probably the most crucial ingredients for capturing beautiful images. In this class we will look at the elements of composition. A wide array of subjects will be used to practice these skills, including a walk through the city to explore lines, shapes and light. This class will feature guests and use a model during the lighting segement. Instructor Owens Daniels Location: Photo Studio

Early Registration $110 (member $80) Regular Registration $130 (member $100) 4 Thursdays, 5/18 – 6/8, 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

NEW! 662. Imagining Movies: Cerebral Cinema Do you have a movie idea in your head? This course will show you how to get that movie out of your head and develop it from concept to screenplay, from storyboard to visual score and preproduction development to presentation package, with all the art that goes into production design, from all the set, costume and prop design, everything needed to sell your movie. If you are a total filmmaker who wants to do it all, we give you tips on how to do script analysis, breakdown and shooting schedule and a basic budget. Rolando Giustini is a published author, columnist, film critic and screenwriter. Get that movie out of your head and on the screen. Location: Photo Studio Instructor Rollando Giustini

Early Registration $150 (members $120) Regular Registration $170 (members $140) 6 Tuesdays, 5/2 – 6/6, 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

6606. Fall Sawtooth Photo League The Sawtooth Photo League offers a chance for current Sawtooth photo students and instructors to meet and stay connected once class is over; continue education by offering critique, tips, and support from other photographers; suggest new photographic themes to explore; suggest classes to take for further education; enjoy guest speakers to inspire our photography; participate in photography-themed movie nights and photo walks. The Sawtooth Photo League will take an active part in documenting life in downtown WinstonSalem, keeping the Sawtooth School and our downtown arts district connected while documenting the changes taking place in our downtown area. We usually meet the third Saturday of each month, though our dates may vary Facilitator Amanda Sullivan Location: Photo Studio Early Registration $30 (member $20) Regular Registration $30 (member $20) The third Saturday of each month, 10:00 am – 12:00 noon

653. Macro Photography THINK SMALL!! Macro photography gives us a scientific view of the world around us. This course covers the equipment and techniques used by photographers in the production of magnified images by direct photographic means. Topics include magnification ratios, depth of field, and pros and cons of specialized equipment. Requirements: DLSR camera, macro lens or macro setting, tripod, shutter release. Location: Photo Studio Instructor Laurie Merritt

Early Registration $130 (member $100) Regular Registration $150 (member $120) 5 Wednesdays, 5/17 – 6/14, 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm

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6120. I Have This Great Camera, Now What Do I Do With It? Learn step-by-step how to operate your camera! In this workshop, learn how to adjust the basic settings of your camera to get you on your way to start photographing and stop feeling intimidated. This class is recommended for those who have limited-to-no knowledge of how to operate their digital cameras. It’s a great class to take before taking Digital Photography I. Open to all types of digital cameras from point-and-shoot to DSLRs. Bring your camera and manual to class. Location: Photo Studio

Early Registration $65 (member $35) Regular Registration $85 (member $55)

Workshop A Instructor Katie Dickson Yarbrough Thursday, 4/6, 5:30 pm – 8:30 pm

Workshop B Instructor Laurie Merritt Saturday, 6/10, 10:00 am – 1:00 pm

Emmylou Harris by Dave Dulaney

WORKSHOPS

NEW! 6604. Portrait Styles What does it take to create a professional, compelling portrait? Let’s look at some of the leading portrait photographers whose images have graced the covers of publications such as TIME and The NY Times Magazine and examine their practice. Through emulating their styles, using strobes in a professional photography studio setting, we will explore and develop a unique approach to portraiture we can call our own. Students must own a DSLR that has a PC connection for strobes (PC hot shoe adaptors are fine too) and be familiar with their equipment and have completed Digital Photography I or similar class. Instructor Rose Wind Jerome Location: Photo Studio Early Registration $70 (member $40) Regular Registration $90 (member $60) 2 Wednesdays, 4/12 & 4/19, 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

NEW! 6471. In the Camera Bag with … Dave Dulaney New for 2017! Each quarter we will featuring a talented photographer – those who not only take exceptional photographs, but those who have made photography their life and passion. The 2 hour workshop will be made up of 4 sections. First, we get to hear the photographer’s story – how and why they began their photographic careers. Following this, experience a presentation of their work. Then, the photographer will share the favorite things from their camera bag or set-up. End with Q and A time. This is a valuable opportunity to get a sneak peek into the golden nuggets of wisdom learned from years behind the camera. Instructor Dave Dulaney Location: Photo Studio

Early Registration $60 (member $30) Regular Registration $80 (member $50) Saturday, 5/27, 10:00 am - 12:00 noon

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6170. iPhoneography I Workshop A great introduction in how to take better photos using your iPhone. You’ll be introduced to the native iPhone photography apps and we’ll explore some additional apps that will help you take your iPhoneography to the next level! This is a great option if you aren’t familiar with all of the built in photography functionality on your iPhone. Instructor Katie Dickson Yarbrough Location: Photo Studio

Early Registration $60 (member $30) Regular Registration $80 (member $50) 1 Wednesday, 3/29, 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

6020. iPhoneography II Workshop This class is perfect for those who are already comfortable shooting photos with their iPhone and are looking to explore additional apps and techniques to really elevate your iPhoneography. We’ll go through a selection of different editing apps, and learning about sharing, archiving, and printing your photos. You will see real time demonstrations of photography apps and get hands on editing experience with some great free apps available! Instructor Katie Dickson Yarbrough Location: Photo Studio

Early Registration $65 (member $35) Regular Registration $85 (member $55) Saturday, 4/15, 10:00 am – 1:00 pm

SPECIAL EVENTS

NEW! 6007. Landscape and Nature: The Backcountry Photographer’s Toolbox The very best landscape photographs are taken by the photographer who has spent some time building three distinct areas of expertise. The first class will examine the mindset of the photographer; a mindset that is open to visualization before reaching for any camera or equipment. This is the ‘eye of the photographer’. The second class looks at the photographic skills necessary for making an extraordinary photograph. The third class will focus on preparation. This includes equipment selection for both photography and safe travel in the backcountry, scouting, and an introduction to the outdoor skills of navigation and survival. During this class, students are encouraged to begin planning their own backcountry photographic expedition. In the final class we put everything together to make the expedition a reality. This class is aimed at photographers who already know their camera, and are comfortable with the syllabus taught in Digital Photography I or above. Photography instructor Julian Charles is a qualified mountain leader with backcountry expedition experience in over 30 countries around the world. Instructor Julian Charles Location: Photo Studio

Early Registration $100 (member $70) Regular Registration $120 (member $90) 4 Tuesdays, 5/16 – 6/6, 6:00 pm– 7:30 pm

6122. Photo Expedition with Julian Charles This spring we continue our series of photographic expeditions with a 2-night trip into the mountains of western North Carolina. The expedition is aimed at those who are familiar with their cameras and are able to hike short to moderate trails in the backcountry. From our lodge accommodation, we have close access to nature trails, an observation deck and further backcountry opportunities nearby. Landscape and nature photography instruction with backcountry guiding provided. Workshops during the ‘golden hour’ will be available Saturday morning, evening, and Sunday morning, weather permitting. This trip will run rain or shine. Please check the class details online for more information on the accommodations and equipment required, before registering. A mandatory briefing will take place on Monday May 1st, 6 pm at Sawtooth School. Instructor: Julian Charles

Locations: Briefing; Sawtooth School. Expedition; Todd, NC Registration $150 Expedition Briefing (mandatory) Monday 5/1, 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm Expedition 5/5, 4:00 pm – 7/5, 4:00 pm

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WOOD

One of the workhorse joints of furniture, the dado is the cornerstone of structurally sound and enduring casework. This class builds an elegant three shelf cherry bookcase that will show well in a hallway or living room. Other topics covered: wood preparation, movement and structural issues in building bookcases, and finishing to name a few. Some experience with power tools required to take class. All materials included in class fee. Instructor: Eddie Fitzgerald Location: Wood Studio

Early Registration $265 (member $235) Regular Registration $295 (member $265) Section A: 5 Tuesdays, 5/16 – 6/13, 6:00 pm – 8:30 pm Section B: 5 Thursdays, 5/18 – 6/15, 10:00 am – 12:30 pm

9709. Modern Live Edge Bench Discover the natural beauty and potential of wood building a Modern Live Edge Bench. Class focuses on the milling and finishing of rough cut hardwoods, several basic woodworking machines and tools, and introduces woodworking joinery such as lap and butt joints. All materials needed for project are included in class fee. Class open to all skill levels, though some power tool experience would be helpful. Limited to six students. Instructor Aaron Gibbons Location: Wood Studio Early Registration $305 (member $275 Regular Registration $335 (member $305) 6 Tuesdays, 4/4 – 5/9, 6:00 pm – 8:30 pm

WOODWORKING 5805. Beginning Woodworking – Accent Table Create an accent table that can be used for holding a plant, candle, coffee cup, or nothing at all. Small but elegant, it will fit in just about any space. With counter height, it will catch the eye from a distance, while the top is a stunning veneer that will intrigue from close up. Woodworking techniques include tapering legs, mortise and tenon joinery, sawing curves, veneer gluing, border inlay, and finishing. All materials included in class fee. Location: Wood Studio Instructor Kim Gondring Early Registration $305 (member $275) Regular Registration $335 (member $305) 6 Tuesdays, 4/4 – 5/9, 9:30 am – 12:00 noon

579. Introduction to Box Making Learn how to produce a box out of a solid block of wood with a specialty jig and a router. Also covered are decorative lids, spray in felt interior lining, and finishing. Students will also receive a set of plans to build the box making router jig for use at home. All materials included in class fee. Location: Wood Studio Instructor Scott Meyer Early Registration $155 (member $135) Regular Registration $185 (member $165) 3 Wednesdays, 4/5 – 4/19, 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm

565: Beginning Woodworking: Bookcases

9724. Dovetails Demystified! Hand-cut dovetails enjoy a particular mystique, offering unmatched strength and beauty. Join instructor Garry Reich and learn the tools and methods of cutting these wonderful joints. After gaining knowledge and experience cutting dovetails, you’ll put your new skills to use in crafting a small decorative box. All tools and materials provided. Students can bring a tool(s) to work with in class if they desire. Instructor Garry Reich Location: Wood Studio

NEW! 5816. Introduction to Woodcarving This course is intended for beginning carvers with little or no experience. Topics covered are safety, tools, types of wood, different types and styles of carving, layout and cutting blanks. Several projects will be completed by the students during the class. All tools & materials provided other than a notebook, pencil, and enthusiasm! If you have your own carving knife, please bring it the first class so the instructor can evaluate them. Section B focuses on cottonwood bark carving. Please contact wood@sawtooth.org with any questions. Early Registration $255 (member $235) Regular Registration $275 (member $255)

Section A Instructor Tim Trudgeon

8 Thursdays, 4/6 – 5/25, 6:00 – 8:30 pm

Section B Instructor Tom Mock

8 Thursdays, 4/6 – 5/25, 9:30 am – 12:00 noon

NEW! 5808. Roubo Workbench The Roubo workbench is inspired by Plate 11 of Andre Roubo’s L’Art du Menuisier. Whether hand tools or power tools, the Roubo bench’s generous split-top design and mass masters most of your work-holding and joinery needs. This bench offers a lifetime of woodworking service – not just for you but for generations to come. Vice and hardware options discussed in first class. All wood materials included in class fee; vises and hardware, if desired, to be purchased by students. Please contact wood@sawtooth.org with any questions. Photo below: Roubo workbench Location: Wood Studio Instructor Garry Reich Early Registration $955 (member $925) Regular Registration $985 (member $955) Monday through Friday, 6/19 – 23, 10:00 am – 5:00 pm

Early Registration $155 (member $135) Regular Registration $175 (member $155) 4 Wednesdays, 5/17 – 6/7, 6:00 pm – 8:30 pm

5931. Open Wood Studio Open Wood Studio is designed for the experienced student who wants access to the specialized tools and equipment available in the studio, and to enjoy creative shop time with others! Students pay per day/3 hour session and provide their own projects/materials to work on. Please note: open studio is for experienced woodworkers who can work on their own. Arrangements can be made to pay for multiple studio sessions in advance. Please contact Sawtooth (wood@sawtooth.org) to confirm your project before signing up (some equipment may not be available each week) or if you have questions. Instructor Eddie Fitzgerald Location: Wood Studio

Early Registration $45 (member $45) Regular Registration $45 (member $45) Wednesdays, 4/5 – 6/14, 10:00 am - 1:00 pm

WOOD TURNING 590. Beginning Lathe Turning 101 This is a beginner’s introduction to the tools, techniques and processes of turning wood on a lathe. It’s also a great for those who have just begun lathe turning and want more guided practice. Emphasis will be placed on using a spindle gouge, and developing the skill through practice and finishing several projects. Limited to five students, so there will be plenty of time for individual attention and lots of hands-on practice. Instructor Jim Terry Location: Wood Studio Early Registration $185 (member $155) Regular Registration $215 (member $185) 4 Thursdays, 4/6 – 4/27, 6:00 pm – 8:30 pm

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WORKSHOPS 9723. Hand Tool Sharpening Having a thorough knowledge of sharpening chisels, plane irons, and scrapers will open new woodworking worlds because you aren’t blaming your dull blades! Learn methods for making razor sharp edges on your tools and then keeping them sharp. All materials and equipment provided. Students are encouraged to bring a tool to work with in class. Instructor Garry Reich Location: Wood Studio

593. Introduction to Bowl Turning Explore the art of bowl turning! Covered are the use of a scroll chuck for mounting and reverse mounting a wood blank to complete a bowl, the techniques involved in using a gouge on the interior and exterior of a bowl, and finishing on the lathe. Students should have some experience turning spindles using spindle gouges. (“590: Beginning Lathe Turning” above meets that requirement.) Class size limited to five students, so there will be plenty of time for individual attention and lots of hands-on practice. Instructor Jim Terry Location: Wood Studio Early Registration $185 (member $155) Regular Registration $215 (member $185) 4 Thursdays, 5/11 – 6/1, 6:00 pm – 8:30 pm

PRIMITIVE WEAPONS NEW! 5809. Making Primitive Weapons – Asian Horse

Bow An Asian Horse Bow is a type of recurved composite bow used in Mongolia and other Asian cultures. Master Bowyer Dane Snodgrass will introduce the hand tools and techniques needed to craft such an historic weapon, and how Asian bows differ from their European and Indian cousins. Class time will be split among tool technique, demonstrations of methods, skill building, discussions on materials, and homework review. Students will purchase/provide some materials and tools, discussed at the first class session. Instructor Dane Snodgrass Location: Wood Studio

Early Registration $55 (member $45) Regular Registration $65 (member $55) Saturday, 4/8, 10:00 am – 2:00 pm

9716. Sharpening for Turners There is a direct relationship between sharp tools and quality woodworking. This is no less true for those who desire to turn well, and one of the first skills woodturners need to learn is how to properly sharpen his/her tools. Bring your dull tools to this workshop and learn how to sharpen them and keep them sharp. Instruction provided on using the Wolverine system on a high speed grinder, and using a slow speed grinder like the Tormek system. Learn the techniques to sharpen gouges, parting tools, and skews; as well as the different grinds and bevel angles used for turning gouges and why they are used for different types of turning. Instructor Jim Terry Location: Wood Studio Early Registration $45 (member $45) Regular Registration $45 (member $45) Saturday, 6/17, 10 am – 2 pm

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Early Registration $60 (member $50) Regular Registration $75 (member $65) 3 Mondays, 4/4 – 6/5, 6:00 – 8:30 pm

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Early Registration $95 (member $80) Regular Registration $105 (member $90) Section A: Easter Egg Scope, Saturday 4/1, 10:00 am – 4:00 pm Section B: Pens for Grads, Saturday 5/6, 10:00 am – 4:00 pm Section C: Mother’s Day gift, Saturday 5/13, 10:00 am – 4:00 pm Section D: Wine Bottle Stopper, Saturday 6/3, 10:00 am – 4:00 pm Section E: Father’s Day Pocket Watch, Saturday, 6/10, 10:00 am 4:00 pm

5950. Taste of Art - Wood

Bring a beverage, bottle of wine, and/or snack as you craft your own personalized piece of wood art! A variety of hardwoods will be available, all wonderful woods to work with, full of colors and textures to “wow!” others with what you’ve done. Spend an evening with friends, learn something new, and experience the satisfaction of crafting a wonderful piece from wood. All tools and materials provided. Location: Wood Studio Fee: $40-55 depending on project Friday, 4/14, 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm Woodland Indian arrow Friday 5/5, 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm Candlesticks Friday 5/26, 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm Cutting Boards

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Early Registration $265 (member $245) Regular Registration $285 (member $265) 8 Mondays, 4/3 – 5/22, 6:00 pm – 8:30 pm

5572. The Continuing Bowyer Open to previous primitive weapons students, the ‘Continuing Bowyer’ provides studio time to work on unfinished bow projects or maybe to start a new one. Instructor Dane Snodgrass will be on hand to provide his expert advice regarding bows, arrows, and all aspects of the bowyer’s art. Students will have full use of the wood studio’s equipment and are expected to provide their own materials; bartering and sharing encouraged. Student can choose which Mondays they want to go to the shop. Instructor Dane Snodgrass Location: Wood Studio

9720: Learn to Turn No experience necessary! Get started turning by creating a fun project from start to finish. Start at the beginning with material selection, preparation, turning and finishing. Learn how to use a bandsaw, drillpress, and lathe to create your masterpieces. Shop safety is a must. All tools and materials included in class fee (but feel free to bring your own tools if you are sure they are sharp). Every project will be unique! Instructor Louise Butler Location: Wood Studio

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MIDDLE SCHOOL

HIGH SCHOOL

2017 ARTeen Camps for Rising 6th-9th Grade Students

2017 Summer Arts Immersion (SAI) for Rising 9th-12th Grade Students

Sawtooth is proud to offer specialty art camps for our teen students. These studios provide hands-on learning experiences that encourage individual creative exploration in an intimate collaborative learning environment.

Our Summer Arts Immersion program is one the finest visual art experiences for teens in North Carolina. Bringing talented rising 9th-12th grade art students together with professional artists and art educators, we offer exceptionally creative and high quality art studio classes tailored for students with a passion for visual arts. Small class sizes combined with tailored instruction offers students the ability to explore an art form appropriate for the novice or for those with some experience.

Studio camps run the weeks of June 26th through August 11th from 9am - 12noon and 1pm - 4pm as one-week, half-day classess. Students may sign up for multiple classes to receive a multiple class discount. This is an excellent opportunity for students to explore new art forms or enhance the ones they have interest in. We encourage repetition of these studio classes as projects, teachers and learning experiences change each summer. Studio Offerings: Digital Photography, Digital Art, Drawing, Painting, Ceramics, Wood, Metals/Jewelry, Printmaking, Comics/Cartooning, Animation, Fiber Arts/Sewing, Glass, and more. Class details and registration will be available online February 2017. Extended hour options to accommodate busy parents (8am until 6pm) are also available. ARTeen EXTENDED CARE HOURS Monday–Friday Morning Session 8am to 9am $25 per week Monday–Friday Lunch Session 12noon to 1pm $25 per week Monday - Thursday Afternoon Class end -6pm Session $25 per week ARTeen Camp Registration and Class Fees $195 Member per Class* $225 Non-Member per Class* $35 Student Membership* Registration may be done online or by phone. Studio sizes are limited and will fill quickly so register early to increase your chances to be in the classes of your choice. The program consists of 6 individual weeks. Need-based scholarships available. Sign up for 2 or more classes to receive a *$10 discount per class. *To receive the discount you must register by phone at 336 723-7395 and use promo code: ARTeen2017 *Some classes require a $25 materials fee which is included in the price online

The program runs June 19th through July 21st (no classes the week of July 4th) from 9:00 am - 12:00 noon and 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm as 1 week half-day studios. Students may sign up for multiple classes to receive a multiple class discount. (See class fees below.) Studio Offerings: Drawing, Painting, Digital Photography, Digital Arts, Metals/Enameling, Glass, Wood, Ceramics, Animation, Comic/Manga/Graphic Novel, Sculpture, Printmaking, Fiber Art and more. SAI Registration and Class Fees $195 Member per Class* $225 Non-Member per Class* $35 Student Membership* Registration may be done online or by phone. Studio sizes are limited and will fill quickly so register early to increase your chances to be in the classes of your choice. The program consists of 4 individual weeks. Need based scholarships available with a teacher recommendation. Sign up for 2 or more classes to receive a *$10 discount per class. *To receive the discount you must register by phone at 336 723-7395 use promo code: SAI2017 *Some classes require a $25 materials fee which is included in the price online

Summer Program Preview Event Community Open House Art in the Afternoon - Free! Saturday, April 1st, 1pm to 4pm Youth K–5th Grade Summer Info Session at 1:30 pm Middle School 6th – 8th Grade Summer Info Session at 2:30 pm Summer Art Immersion 9th–12th Grade Info Session at 3:30 pm

Come join us for an afternoon of art projects & demonstrations at Sawtooth! Meet some of our youth, middle school and Summer Art Immersion instructors, ask questions and preview the type of art you can look forward to creating this summer at Sawtooth. Register for any summer camp during the event and receive a free student membership.

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Sawtooth’s Youth Summer Art Camps are available for Ages 3-11 Ages 3-5 years are eligible for Morning “Atelier” only. (No Atelier Week 8) Half Day Art Camp meets Monday through Friday, 9:00 am - 12:00 noon Half Day Art Camp Member fee: $175/wk Half Day Art Camp Non-Member fee: $195/wk See also “Extended Care Hours”

Full Day Art Camp meets Monday through Friday, 9:00 am - 5:00 pm Full Day Art Camp Member fee: $275/wk Full Day Art Camp Non-Member fee: $295/wk See also “Extended Care Hours”

Camp Sawtooth Schedule 2017

Dates:

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9am – noon

8588 Atelier Earth & Sea

8588 Atelier Block Artist

8590 Art Around “The Block”

9 am – noon

* Pixilation Pop-Art * Lego Art

8551 On the Earth In the Sea

9am – 5pm

* Ceramics * “Animal Edu” presentation

8551 On the Earth In the Sea

9 am – noon

Week 2 6/26 - 6/30

8551 On the Earth In the Sea

9am – 5pm

Ages 9-11

Ages 6-8

Ages 3-5

Weekly Highlights:

Week 1 6/19 - 6/23

8551 On the Earth In the Sea

Week 3 7/5 - 7/7

3 Day Camp Combined Ages Half-Day Full-Day

8588

Week 4 7/10 - 7/14

* Ceramics * “Meet the Artist” Interactives

Week 5 7/17 – 7/21

* Ceramics * Kinetic painting * Abstract Art Exploration

Week 6 7/24 – 7/28

* Visiting Children’s Book Illustrator * Make Paper * Create a Book

Week 7 7/31 – 8/4

Week 8 8/7 – 8/11

* Meet an artist that brings comics to life * Stop Motion Animation Show

* Puppet Theater performance in Hanes Black Box Theater

8588 Atelier Art Explorer

8588 Atelier Dribble, Splat, Splash

8588 Atelier Imagine, Create Illustrate

8588 Atelier Cartooning and Comics

8554 American Art Masters Half Day

8552 Explore an Artist’s World

8520 Dribble, Splat, Splash

8688 Imagine Create ILLUSTRATE!

8670 Cartooning and Comics

8590 Art Around “The Block”

8554 American Art Masters Full Day

8552 Explore an Artist’s World

8520 Dribble, Splat, Splash

8688 Imagine Create ILLUSTRATE!

8590 Art Around “The Block”

8554 American Art Masters Half Day Day

8552 Explore an Artist’s World

8520 Dribble, Splat, Splash

8688 Imagine Create ILLUSTRATE!

8590 Art Around “The Block”

8554 American Art Masters Full Day

8552 Explore an Artist’s World

8520 Dribble, Splat. Splash

8688 Imagine Create ILLUSTRATE!

Atelier American Artist

No Atelier Camp

8523 Puppetry

8670 Cartooning and Comics

8523 Puppetry

8670 Cartooning and Comics

No Age 9-11 Half-Day Camp

8555 Stop Motion Animation

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8553 Theater Production & Design


CAMP SAWTOOTH For Ages 3-5:

8588. Sawtooth “Atelier” for Young Children Ages 3-5 years Half-Day only: 9 am - 12 pm each day A specialized art class for children ages 3 to 5 years. Through projects designed especially for little hands, explore texture, color, line and shape families, imagination and play. Discover new ways to make art as we follow the camp themes throughout the summer. Week 1 - 6/19 - 6/23 Week 2 - 6/26 - 6/30 Week 3 - 7/5 - 7/7 Week 4 - 7/10 - 7/14 Week 5 - 7/17 - 7/21 Week 6 - 7/24 - 7/28 Week 7 - 7/31 - 8/4 (No Atelier Week 8)

For Ages 6-8 and 9-11: 8551. On the Earth, In the Sea Explore the earth from its highest peaks to its deepest oceans. Take inspiration from geography, topography, environments, and amazing creatures to discover the art and design of our planet. Enjoy a meet and greet with an animal preservation educator. Ages 6-8 years & Ages 9-11 years

Week 1: 6/19 – 6/23

8590. Art Around “The Block” The unique block mosaic-style artwork of video games like Minecraft®, color building blocks of Legos® and digital imagery of pixels will inspire your artistic adventures this week! Using squares, cubes, blocks and color create unique pieces of art inspired by digital and Lego® creations you design and build this week. Create art based on your favorite characters as you explore the cubed art of the digital world. Learn how color blocking and a new way of looking at things can inspire our imaginations. Ages 6-8 years & Ages 9-11 years

Week 2: 6/26 - 6/30

8554. American Art Masters During this historic week we look to American Artists for inspiration and creatively learn about America’s history through art. This is a 3 day camp. Ages 6-11 Half Day/Full Day

Week 3: 7/5-7/7

8552. Explore an Artist’s World Learn what it means to be a working artist, from sketch to studio to gallery. With our “Artist Interactive Series” meet several artists this week. Experience a diverse variety of visual art outside of drawing and painting; explore ceramics, textiles, sculpture, collaborative art, printmaking, and more! Ceramics. Ages 6-8 years & Ages 9-11 years

Week 4: 7/10 - 7/14

8520. Dribble, Splat, Splash! Explore kinetic painting and drawing techniques to create expressive works of art. Have fun while experimenting with unique ways to use physical movement, music, and large compositions to discover your own artistic style. Ages 6-8 years & Ages 9-11 years

Week 5: 7/17 - 7/21

8688. Imagine, Create, Illustrate! Learn from illustrators and writers of favorite children’s stories to create imaginative pieces of narrative art. Meet a local Author/Illustrator, make a book of your own, and discover new uses for old books in the artmaking process. Ages 6-8 years & Ages 9-11 years

Week 6: 7/24 - 7/28

8555. Stop Motion Animation Learn various animation techniques, use cameras and the latest movie making software to become the writer, illustrator, producer, director, and editor of your own movie. End the week with an animated film show for family and friends at 4:30pm on 8/4. Ages 9-11 years Full-Day Only

Week 7: 7/31 - 8/4

8670. Cartooning and Comics Through fun projects and activities put your imaginative worlds down on paper as actual comics! Using drawing, cartooning, storytelling, and character design, learn how to create “movies on paper”, and produce comic pages starring characters of your own creation. Draw objects in motion, pen and ink, and background basics. Students learn techniques including proportion, perspective, composition, 3D drawing, and character design. Ages 6-8 years Half & Full Day Ages 9-11 years Half Day Only

Week 7: 7/31 - 8/4 Week 7: 7/31 - 8/4

8523. Puppetry Learn about traditional methods of puppetry from around the world: shadow puppets, marionettes, masks, and more. Collaborate with fellow student artists to create stories, scripts, and characters. Then bring them to life! End the summer with a puppet theater performance for family and friends at 11:30am on 8/11. Ages 6-8 years

Week 8: 8/7 - 8/11

8553. Theater Production and Design Learn what it takes to put on a production. Collaborate to design scenery, props, backdrops, lighting, programs, and more for the assembly of puppet theater performances. Family and friends are invited to enjoy your hard work at the end-of-the-week production at 11:30am on 8/11. Ages 9-11 years Full-Day Only

Week 8: 8/17 - 8/11

INFORMATION PRICES AND DISCOUNTS

Half Day Art Camps: Monday - Friday, 9:00 am - 12:00 noon Half Day Art Camp Member fee: $165/week Half Day Art Camp Non-Member fee: $195/week Full Day Art Camps: Monday - Friday, 9:00 am - 5:00 pm Full Day Art Camp Member fee: $265/week Full Day Art Camp Non-Member fee: $295/week Member Discount: Sawtooth Members receive a $30 discount per class all year long! Buy a Sawtooth Student Membership for only $35. Multiple students? A Family Membership is only $125! Not A Member? Save with our Multiple Camp Discount! Sign your child up for 2 half-day camps and get the 3rd half-day camp at $30 off regular tuition. Sign your child up for 2 full-day camps and get the 3rd full-day camp at $50 off regular tuition. To receive this special discount, select any 3 camps, register and pay for them at the same time – that’s 3 weeks of half- day or full-day camps with special savings on tuition. Don’t delay, camps fill up fast! Call registrar to receive discount.

EXTENDED CARE HOURS

Campers can come early and stay late. Families are welcome to drop off and pick up their camper anytime within the Extended Care hours. No Afternoon sessions on Fridays. Only $5 per hour! 5-11 years Campers’ Sessions: Monday - Friday Mornings, 8 - 9am ($25 per week) Monday-Friday Lunch Bunch 12pm-1pm ($25 per week) Monday - Thursday Afternoons, 5 - 6pm ($20 per week)

SNACKS & LUNCHES

We are asking half-day campers to bring a snack and a water bottle clearly marked with their name! Due to severe nut allergies, please limit choices to those without any nuts or nut products. If staying for a full day camp, please bring a bag lunch also. Thank you so much!

Friday Summer Art Shows

Student’s art works are displayed “Gallery Style” in their classrooms for families and friends to come see their amazing creativity and talent. It is a wonderful experience for all! Bring your cameras! Each Friday at 11:30 a.m. for half day camps, 4:30 p.m. for full day camps.

Scholarships

A limited number of partial scholarships are available for campers. These are awarded on the basis of need. For an application, please go to our website under the “About Us” tab and fill out the scholarship form. QUESTIONS? Contact Nannette Davis - Youth Coordinator youth@sawtooth.org 723-7395 ext. 209

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YOUTH

850. Meet the Masters (6-8 years) NEW! Inspired by the works of master artists throughout time, create your own masterpieces in this explorative class! We will learn about the elements of art and use various techniques of drawing, painting, printmaking, and paper arts. By exploring multiple styles of historical art, we will learn artist’s process and methods while also expanding our own understanding of art. Instructor Lauren Duncan Location: Youth 1

Early Registration $125 (member $95) Regular Registration $145 (member $115) Section A 4 Tuesdays, 4/4-5/2 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm (skip 4/11) Section B 4 Tuesdays, 5/9-5/30 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm Or, take ALL 8 weeks for our discounted “bundle” price: Early Registration $205 (member $175) Regular Registration $225 (member $195) Section C Bundle 8 Tuesdays, 4/4 - 5/30 4:00 pm -5:30 pm

8888. Create With Me for Pre- K We are excited to offer a class for parents and toddlers. Learn to see the world around you through the eyes of ART! A specialized art class for preschoolers ages 2 to 4 years. Children will explore the expression of drawing, painting, and other art mediums to achieve exposure to different art based tools and materials. We will learn through the simple exploration of touch, texture, line and shape. Instructor Ali Kapps Location: Youth 2

Registration $125 (member $95) Section A 4 Thursdays, 4/6 – 4/27, 10:00 am- 11:30 am Section B 4 Thursdays, 5/4 – 5/25, 10:00 am- 11:30 am Or, take ALL 8 weeks for our discounted “bundle” price: Registration $185 (member $150) Section C Bundle 8 Thursdays, 4/6 - 5/25 10:00 am – 11:30 am

Sign up early! Space is limited.

9000. Spring Break Art Camp for Ages 6 and up Come join us for some fun during Spring Break! We will paint, draw, sculpt, collage, learn to create and try new things. During camp children will be able to explore art mediums in a whole new way. This week will be filled with thinking outside the box and experimenting with art. Instructor: Lauren Duncan Location: Youth 4 Registration $195 (member $165) Monday-Friday, 4/10 - 4/14, 9:00 am – 12:00 noon

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891. Youth Ceramics- Clay Creations (7-13 years) Clay is a fun, creative medium with many artistic and functional possibilities. This is your students chance to explore ceramics and learn the basics of hand building or reinforce their basic skills all while having creative fun! Each session brings new projects and concepts. Students will learn pinch, slab and coil techniques to create various projects. For those students whom feel comfortable with the fundamentals of handbuilding but are eager to improve their skills and expand their creativity, this class offers more instruction on detail and techniques in glazing. New and returning students encouraged. (Projects will have to be picked up the weeks following the end of class. Email will be sent.) Materials fee included. Location: Handbuilding Studio Instructor Deborah Smith Early Registration $135 (member $105) Regular Registration $155 (member $125) Section A 4 Wednesdays, 4/19 - 5/10, 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm

892. Digital Photography Studio (9-15 years) This class is designed to teach the fundamentals of digital photography. After getting familiar with your camera functionality, learn framing, composition, color, and lighting, while exploring the world around you through the lens of a camera. Touch on learning how to digitally modify your photographs. No experience necessary. Portable 8GB USB storage drive required. DSLR Camera preferred. Point and shoot loner cameras available. This class is designed as a companion to class 860 Digital Art, see “Bundle 895” for special pricing. Instructor Dave Dulaney Location: Computer Lab

895. Digital Photo/Digital Art Bundle (9-15 years) Save and get the best of both worlds by learning to take your own great photographs and then use them to create original digital works of art. Signing up for these companion courses will further your appreciation and knowledge of both art forms. Early Registration $190 (member $160) Regular Registration $210 (member $180) Digital Photography Studio 4 Mondays 3/6 – 3/27, 4:30 – 6:00 pm Digital Art Studio 4 Mondays 4/17 - 5/8, 4:30 pm - 6:00 pm

798. Glass Explorations (9-15 years) Explore the beautiful art of stained glass by creating designs in colored glass and copper foil or lead came. Beginners work on glass panels while more advanced students work on projects of their own design. Learn the basics of cutting and grinding glass and the intricacies of effective design and use of color. We will also be learning the art of glass fusing using a kiln. You’ll learn about different types of glass, and arrange the pieces in the kiln to fuse them into useful and beautiful items. Supply list available at class. The studio is equipped with tools to share. Basic materials fee included. Location: Glass Studio Instructor Betti Pettinati-Longinotti Early Registration $110 (member $80) Regular Registration $130 (member $100) 3 Wednesdays 4/19 - 5/3, 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm

862. Experimental Painting (9-15 years) Learn exploratory painting techniques through the use of multi-media applications. Thinking outside the box will open your mind to new creative possibilities while expanding your understanding of texture quality in a work of art. This experimental approach to painting is designed to build your creative confidence by taking your art to a new and exciting level. Instructor Jennifer Willard Location: Youth 4

Early Registration $125 (member $95) Regular Registration $145 (member $115) 4 Thursdays 3/16 - 4/6, 4:30 pm - 6:00 pm

Early Registration $125 (member $95) Regular Registration $145 (member $115) 4 Mondays 3/6 – 3/27, 4:30 pm – 6:00 pm

890. Digital Art Studio I (9-15 years) Learn the basics of graphic design through Adobe Photoshop. Combining drawing, scanning, and some digital photography, you will use this image editing software to create impressive compositions, layouts and special effects and bring your works of art to print. Use your original photographs for companion class 892 Digital Photography Studio see “Bundle 895” for special pricing. Instructor Steve McCarthy Location: Digital Lab

Early Registration $125 (member $95) Regular Registration $145 (member $115) 4 Mondays 4/17 -5/8, 4:30 pm - 6:00 pm

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861. Continued Drawing and Painting- Exploring Foundations (9-15 years) With the proper foundations in place, students will explore the elements of line, shape, form, composition and color theory at the next level. They will experiment with techniques of shading, proportion, and perspective through still life, contour drawing, cityscape/landscape and much more. Understanding and practice of the basic elements of art recommended. Instructor Jennifer Willard Location: Youth 1

Early Registration $135 (member $105) Regular Registration $155 (member $125) 5 Wednesdays 3/1-3/29, 4:30 pm - 6:00 pm

829. Drawing Foundations (9-15 years) This class uses a step-by-step approach that guides you through the foundations of successful drawing. Emphasizing exercises based on both traditional and innovative techniques, we focus on elements that are vital to any artist: composition, line, shape, value and perspective. Through a series of projects, strengthen your skills using a variety of media, including pencils, pens and charcoal. Instructor Jennifer Willard Location: Youth 4

Early Registration $105 (member $75) Regular Registration $125 (member $95) 4 Wednesdays 5/3 -5/24, 4:30 pm - 6:00 pm

Downtown Parents Night Out!! Open Art Studios for Students 5 years and up. 3rd Friday Night of Each Month, 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm Drop the children off and go enjoy a night out! We will fill their evening with fun art projects. They will explore all different types of art and design, from drawing and painting to collage, mosaics, paper crafting, printmaking, sculpture, clay and more. It is different each month! $25 each

Friday, March 17 Friday, April 21 Friday, May 19

Art in the Afternoon

Free Drop–In Community Open House Summer Art Camp Information Sessions

Saturday, April 1st 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm

Come join us for an afternoon of art projects and demonstrations at Sawtooth! Meet some of our youth, middle school and Summer Art Immersion instructors, ask questions and preview the type of art you can look forward to creating next summer at Sawtooth! There will be plenty of hands-on art activities as well as opportunities to watch artists demonstrate how they work in various mediums such as glass, wood, metals, painting, and pottery. Mark your calendar! Register for any summer camp during the event and receive a FREE student membership. Info Sessions: Youth K–5th Summer Info Session 1:30 pm Middle School 6th – 8th Summer Info Session 2:30 pm Summer Art Immersion 9th–12th Info session 3:30 pm

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Adult/ Youth Workshops 8488. Adult/Youth Fused Glass Butterfly Come join us in the glass studio and experience the amazing art of fused glass. The pair of you will design and create a beautiful multicolored butterfly. The pieces will be ready for pick up one week later Instructor Betti Pettinati-Longinotti Location: Glass Studio Early Registration $80 (member $65) Regular Registration $80 (member $65) Saturday 4/8, 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm

8861 Adult/Youth Felted Soap Workshop Learn to wet-felt soap! Make 2 felted soaps in your choice of colors – one to keep, one to share, makes a great gift! Perfect for scrubbing or washing hands, the soap lasts a long time and has a “built-in loofah”. This is a great class if you’ve never tried wet-felting. Fun idea for Mother’s Day! Instructor Vickie Clontz Location: Youth Studio 4

Early Registration $55 (member $45) Regular Registration $55 (member $45) Saturday 4/29, 10:00 am - 12:00 noon

8894. Adult/Youth Ceramics-Pair of Mugs Enjoy learning new skills and creating functional art. You and your student will experience the fun of handbuilding and each make your own mug in our beautiful studio. Instructor Deborah Smith Location: Handbuilding

Early Registration $75 (member $55) Regular Registration $85 (member $65) Friday 3/24, 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm

Girl Scouts Multiple Badge Day at Sawtooth This is a registered event open to all girls K–5th. Scout members rate of only $20. If not a scout member, an additional $15 fee will be charged and includes your scout membership. 8201. Daisy Badge Day - Saturday, March 4, 10:00 am – 12:00 noon 8200. Brownies Badge Day - Brownies will be able to earn these 2 badges: Computer Expert Brownie / Painting - Saturday, March 11, 9:30 am – 12:00 noon 8202. Juniors Badge Day - Juniors will be able to earn these 2 badges: Drawing / Digital Photographer - Saturday, March 11, 1:30 pm – 4:00 pm

Individual Badge Offerings Scout members rate of only $25. If not a scout member, an additional $15 fee will be charged and includes your scout membership. Workshop descriptions online. 8210. Girl Scout Stained Glass Workshop Saturday, February 18, 9:30 am – 12:00 noon

8203. Junior Jeweler Badge

Saturday, March 4, 9:30 am – 12:00 noon

8206. Cadette Book Artist Badge

Saturday, March 18, 1:00 pm – 3:30 pm

THE ARTS COUNCIL PROUDLY SUPPORTS Sawtooth School for Visual Art and their efforts to create an ethos of innovation through their work with Cancer Services, Inc.

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In this partnership Sawtooth is promoting healing and wellness through offering hands-on art activities to cancer patients and their families.

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In the Davis Gallery

In the CORRIDOR Gallery

Amalgamated Transmutations: Sanctuary and Safekeeping

Sawtooth Photo League

Artists Nicole Uzzell, Millicent Greason and Woodie Anderson present new work examining spaces where comfort, safety and authenticity can be found. The third in their collaborative series, this exhibit will include three large-scale installation pieces built onsite, inviting visitors to contemplate their own feelings of safety and belonging.

Enjoy selected works created by members of the Sawtooth Photo League. The League offers a chance for Sawtooth photo students and instructors to meet and stay connected once class is over. The group participates in multiple activities including movie nights and photo walks.

W-S/Forsyth Co. Schools Arts Extravaganza

March 22–30, Reception and Awards, Friday, March 24, 5-7pm

January 17 – March 17

March 20–29, Reception and Awards, Friday, March 24, 5-7pm

Artwork by High School Students enrolled in the Visual Arts programming of WinstonSalem, Forsyth County Schools

January 17 – March 17

W-S/Forsyth Co Schools Arts Extravaganza

Artwork by Middle School Students enrolled in the Visual Arts programming of Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools.

Under Pressure: Printmaking Variations

April 7 – May 27, Artist Reception, Friday, April 7, 5-7pm

Work from Sawtooth Instructors Ellen Heck (woodcut,drypoint), Alix Hitchcock (encaustic monotype), Emily Drew Mash (intaglio, linoleum cut), Warren Moyer (silkscreen transfer onto clay), Leslie Smith (letterpress, linocut) and Mona Wu (woodcut). Sawtooth is also proud to present the award winning entries from Speedball’s New Impressions National Printmaking Competition as part of this exhibition.

Work by Jessica Singerman

Among the Weeds and Other Blossoming Things April 4-30, Artist Reception, Friday, April 7, 5-7pm

In her oil and acrylic paintings, Jessica Singerman uses color, shape and line to explore the connection between the landscape, maps, and memory. In her finished paintings, she looks for a sense of history to the layers of paint, and a balance of awkward and delicate.

Students of Salem Academy

May 5-30, Artist Reception, Friday, May 5, 5-7pm Artwork by students enrolled in A.P. courses at Salem Academy

Sawtooth Summer Art Immersion Students June 1-July 29

Work by Alix Hitchcock

Sawtooth Selects

June 2 – August 2, Artist Reception, Friday, June 2, 5-7pm

Annual Faculty/Student show. Sawtooth highlights specific courses from each adult programming area and exhibits the student work alongside work of the course instructor.

Receptions announced during each class session.

Gallery Hours: Monday – Friday, 9:00 am – 6:30 pm Saturday, 10:00 am – 4:00 pm Gallery exhibits and receptions are free and open to the public.

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registration Early Registration takes place through 7pm March 17. Register online at sawtooth.org or call (336) 723–7395. Please read all registration and refund policies carefully. Registration should be made as soon as possible; class size is limited and spaces will be filled on a first-come, firstserved basis. To ensure enrollment, please register at least one week prior to the start date of the class. You will be notified if the class for which you are registering is full. Classes with insufficient enrollment will be cancelled – you will be notified likewise. PAYMENT: Full payment is due upon registration. Checks, cash and credit cards (Visa, Mastercard, Discover) are accepted. A $25 fee will be charged for returned checks. ON OUR SECURE WEBSITE: Go to sawtooth.org and browse all our class listings. When you find the one you’d like to take, simply click on “register now” and you’ll be guided through the online registration process. BY MAIL: Send a check or money order for the full amount of the tuition with the registration form, available in our catalog on page 27. For credit card payments, please fill in the complete charge card number, expiration date, v-code and the cardholder’s name on the registration form. Our mailing address is: SSVA Registrations, 251 N. Spruce St., Winston–Salem, NC 27101. IN PERSON: Office hours are 9:00 am to 6:30 pm, Monday through Friday, 9:00 am to 4:00 pm Saturday. Fees may be paid using check, charge card or cash. BY PHONE: Registrations with credit card payments may be made by phone. Call SSVA (723–7395) with class information, charge card number, expiration date, v-code and cardholder’s name. REFUNDS: Registration fees are refundable up until 14 days prior to the start date of the class, less a $20 accounting fee. Refunds cannot be made after this deadline. To withdraw from a class and request a refund, advise the Sawtooth Registrar by email at registrar@sawtooth.org 14 days or more before the class start date. Failure to attend sessions and/or verbal notification alone will not be considered as an official notice of withdrawal. Refund

policy does not apply to special events, symposiums or private group classes. CREDIT POLICY: Students who notify the Sawtooth Registrar of withdrawal 14 days or more before the class start date may choose a credit for the full amount of the class in lieu of a refund. Credits must be used within 1 year of the original class start date, and cannot be redeemed for cash. Credits can be transferred to another student by notifying the Sawtooth Registrar at registrar@sawtooth.org. Cancellation: Sawtooth reserves the right to cancel, combine, or reschedule classes to adjust for enrollment, and to change class instructors when necessary. If Sawtooth cancels a class for any reason, each registered participant will be informed as soon as possible and will be extended the opportunity to transfer to another class. Any participant who elects not to transfer may choose between a full refund or a credit in the same amount. Please note that credits must be used within 1 year of the original class start date, and cannot be redeemed for cash. SCHOLARSHIPS: Sawtooth offers need-based scholarships for adults and children of all ages. Seniors aged 60 and over may qualify for tuition assistance from the Bealle Family Scholarship Fund. Visit www.sawtooth.org/classes and click on “scholarships” for more information. Inclement Weather: Please call (336) 723–7395 or check the front page of the website if you have any concerns regarding class cancellations due to weather. Photo Release: Sawtooth School for Visual Art will occasionally document classes and student work using photography and video for promotional purposes only. If you do not wish to be photographed nor want your child to be photographed, please notify the school in writing.

Board of Directors President Elizabeth Repetti Vice President – Operations Greg Colner Vice President – Marketing Dan McLaughlin Treasurer Sharon Hamilton Secretary Matt Dyson Past President Robin Hollis Chair Development Committee William Woltz, III Members Miles Abernethy Anthony Ahiabuike Katherine Bowman Beth Buresh Laurie Clark Ray Fitzgerald Ginny Parks Ross Pfeiffer Ross G. Rhodes Dane Snodgrass Jessica Tefft

Staff Extensions and E–mails Kira Carollo (ext. 201) staffsupport@sawtooth.org Julian Charles (ext. 205) photo@sawtooth.org Nannette Davis (ext. 209) youth@sawtooth.org Eddie Fitzgerald (ext. 213) wood@sawtooth.org Meghan Parsons (ext. 211) marketing@sawtooth.org Ellen Hendrix (ext. 207) development@sawtooth.org Amy Jordan Kincaid (ext 202) graphics@sawtooth.org Alex Klein (ext. 201) registrar@sawtooth.org Warren Moyer (ext. 203) ceramics@sawtooth.org Kevin Mundy (ext. 210) asstexecdir@sawtooth.org Ross Pfeiffer (ext. 208) rosspfeiffer@sawtooth.org Angela Reavis (ext. 212) Gallery and Special Projects Coordinator, gallery@sawtooth.org Amanda Sullivan (ext. 205) wellness@sawtooth.org Sara Sloan Stine (ext. 204) metals@sawtooth.org Jared Steward (ext. 206) bookkeeper@sawtooth.org

Sawtooth School seeks to include children and adults of all abilities in our classes, workshops and programs. If you or your child has a disability or special need, call our staff to have a confidential discussion about suitability of a program and possible accommodations.

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POLICIES Inclement Weather Please call (336) 723–7395 or check our website sawtooth. org if you have any concerns regarding class cancellations due to weather. Photographs Sawtooth School for Visual Art will occasionally document classes and student work using photography and video for promotional purposes only. If you do not wish you or your child photographed, please notify the school in writing. Parking The parking lot across Spruce Street for the Milton Rhodes Center is a self-pay system 24/7 that takes credit/debit cards and cash but does not give change. The lot is owned and operated by The Arts Council of WSFC. Please be aware that you have other parking options such as at a meter on the street (25 cents per hour) and on numerous other pay surface lots and parking garages within one to

two blocks of the school. On weekends and after 6:00 pm, there is no charge for on–street metered parking. Scholarships The Sawtooth School is dedicated to ensuring access to art instruction to students of all ages, skills, physical abilities, and economic levels. To that end, we offer a limited number of need–based scholarships to deserving youth and adults each session to pay up to half the cost of class tuition. To apply for a scholarship for the upcoming quarter, download the appropriate application from our website and return the completed form to the Sawtooth School. Funds are limited, and awards are made on a first come, first served basis. All applicants will be notified of our decision prior to the beginning of classes. See also: Registration and Refund Policies on Page 26

Registration Form: Student Name: _________________________________________________________________________________________ If youth, date of birth ___________________ If youth, name of guardian: ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Address: _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ City: ____________________________________________________________ State: _______ Zip:__________ Home phone: ________________________________Cell: ________________________________________ Work: _______________________ Email: _______________________________________________________________

SSVA Member_____ Non–member _____

Class #/Title/Day of Week/Time/Price _______________________________________________________________________________________ Class #/Title/Day of Week/Time/Price ________________________________________________________________________________________ Payment is due at the time of registration. Enclose a check or money order made payable to SSVA, or include your credit card information.

Check enclosed_____

Hand Delivered_____

______Discover

_____Visa

card #_________________________________________ Expiration Date_______________

_____Mastercard

This project was supported by the N.C. Arts Council, a division of the Department of Natural & Cultural Resources.

3–Digit V–number _____________

Name on Card _________________________________________________________________ Billing address, if different from above ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Mail to Sawtooth School for Visual Art (SSVA), 251 N. Spruce St., Winston–Salem, NC 27101 You may also register online at sawtooth.org or by phone with a credit card. Call 336–723–7395.

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251 N. Spruce Street Winston–Salem, NC 27101

Non–profit Organization U.S. Postage PAID Winston–Salem, NC Permit No. 46

E H D T ATE! E V A S

5:30 - 9:00 PM

This beer tasting bash will benefit the Sawtooth School’s scholarship fund and will feature some of the area’s best brews, live artist demos, and art making activities. ( media sponsor )

are now accepting registrations. See details inside!

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