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Music and stories that are smart, fun, serious, and entertaining all at once . . . with host Paul Brown.

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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. Benefits of being a Member include: – Quarterly course catalog by mail or email – Reduced member tuition rate on all 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)

Annual Fee $35 $35 $50 $125

Memberships may be purchased online at sawtooth.org INTRODUCING MEMBER MONDAY DISCOUNTS Is your Sawtooth membership current? Now’s a good time to check, because we’re introducing 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 (December 2 – 21). 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!

policy does not apply to special events, symposiums or private group classes.

registration

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.

Early Registration takes place through 7pm December 16. 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, first–served 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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

IN PERSON: Office hours are 9:00 am to 7:00 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 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

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.

CONTENTS

Ceramics......................................................... 4 - 5 Digital Art and Design ........................................ 6 Drawing, Painting, Printmaking..................... 6 - 9 Fibers................................................................. 10 Gallery Schedule............................................... 25 Glass .................................................................. 11 Metals........................................................ 12 - 13 Photography............................................... 14 - 16 Wellness Through the Arts............................... 17 Wood.......................................................... 18 - 20 Youth.......................................................... 21 - 23 Policies & Registration................................3 & 27 Registration Form............................................. 27

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CERAMICS

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

Section A – Instructor Julie Perry 9 Mondays, 1/23 – 3/20, 6:30 pm – 9:00 pm

Section B – Instructor Pam Taylor 9 Mondays, 1/23 – 3/20, 9:30 am – 12:00 noon Section C – Instructor Clyde Lassiter 9 Tuesdays, 1/10 – 3/7, 6:30 pm – 9:00 pm

Section D – Instructor Gene Grimaldi 9 Thursdays, 1/12 – 3/9, 6:30 pm – 9:00 pm

Section E – Instructor Dodie Campbell 9 Saturdays, 1/14 – 3/11, 9:30 am – 12:00 noon

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 Early Registration $275 (member $245) Regular Registration $295 (member $265) 9 Wednesdays, 1/11 – 3/8, 6:30 pm – 9:00 pm Sunsuk Lee building a slab vase.

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 will also be explored. Location: Handbuilding Studio Early Registration $275 (member $245) Regular Registration $295 (member $265)

Section A – Instructor Nicole Uzzell

9 Tuesdays, 1/10 – 3/7, 9:30 am – 12:00 noon

Section B – Instructor Ron Embry

9 Thursdays, 1/12 – 3/9, 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. Location: Handbuilding Studio Instructor Warren Moyer Early Registration $275 (member $245) Regular Registration $295 (member $265) 9 Thursdays, 1/12 – 3/9, 9:30 am – 12:00 noon

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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

SCULPTING

219 Exploring Sculptural Forms in Clay This class will provide students an opportunity to explore a variety of handbuilding techniques used to create clay sculpture. Impromptu and formal approaches to sculpting will be incorporated, with human and animal forms used as the primary focus. Demonstrations of various finishing techniques will be included. Location: Handbuilding Studio Instructor Mary Gunyuzlu Early Registration $275 (member $245) Regular Registration $295 (member $275) Section A 9 Wednesdays, 1/11 – 3/8, 9:30 am – 12:30 pm Section B 9 Mondays, 1/9 – 3/13 (skip 1/16), 6:30 pm – 9:00 pm

WORKSHOP 2392. Intro to Silk Screen Image Transfer, part one Using prepared silk screens, experience the process of silk screening a colored ceramic pigment image onto newsprint and transferring that image to a wheel thrown or handbuilt piece of pottery. This process allows you to apply fairly detailed patterns and images to a piece of pottery, which can then be fired with or without a transparent or transluscent glaze over it. Materials included. Part two of this series, creating your own screen, will be offered in spring session. Instructor Warren Moyer

Registration $85 (member $70) Section A (wheelthrowing) Location: Wheelthrowing Studio Saturday, 3/18, 9:30 am – 1:30 pm Section B (handbuilding) Location: Handbuilding Studio Saturday, 3/25, 9:30 am – 1:30 pm

Early Registration $275 (member $245) Regular Registration $295 (member $265) 9 Wednesdays, 1/11 – 3/8, 9:30 am – 12:00 noon

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. Instructor Cynthia Leonard Location: Wheelthrowing Studio Early Registration $160 (member $130) Regular Registration $180 (member $150) 6 Mondays, 1/23 – 2/27, 4:15 pm – 6:00 pm Handbuilt cruet and wheelethrown bowl 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 WORKSHOP 2391. Looking Lively! Altering with Freshly Thrown Clay Demonstration Workshop with Gay Smith Get inspired as you watch Gay work with soft clay to “make pots look like they can jump and dance.” Utilizing techniques she developed, Gay will demonstrate how to shape freshly thrown pots into squares, ovals, triangles, and more; and how to texture surfaces using faceting, fluting, and impressing. Thoughtful attention will be given to attachments, handles and feet, and finishing touches. Sparked by interests and demonstrations, conversations may range from raw glazing/ single firing and soda firing to making a living and making your pots your own. Instructor Gay Smith Location: Handbuilding Studio

Registration $125 (member $95) Friday, 6:00 pm – 8:30 pm and Saturday, 9:30 am – 4:00 pm, 2/24 – 2/25

Gay Smith, aka Gertrude Graham Smith, held residencies at Penland and Archie Bray Foundation. She’s taught at Penland, Haystack, Harvard, Findhorn, and abroad. Collections include the Mint Museum and Taiwan’s Yingge Museum. Menorah Tall Fan by Gay Smith

Baskets by Gay Smith

WORKSHOPS 2343. What’s That Glazed Look In Your Eye? Love to make pots but disappointed with your glaze results? This class will focus on glazing techniques that will improve your finished pieces. Learn how to glaze bowls, tall pieces, odd shapes, teapots, etc. Learn more about wax resist, latex, glaze sgraffito and a few other glazing techniques. Bring your bisque pieces and practice what you have learned. Instructor Warren Moyer Location: Glaze Room

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

Early Registration $85 (member $70) Regular Registration $105 (member $90) 2 Saturdays, 1/14 & 1/28, 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm

January 6 – kitchen utensil holder

2312. Pottery Bowls – Make 3, Share 1 You can have fun working in clay while creating several bowls for yourself and one to contribute to “Empty Bowls”, a fundraiser for the Sescond Harvest Good Bank held in April. Enjoy a creative experience while helping to feed the hungry in North Carolina. Bowls are stoneware, dishwasher and microwave safe. No experience necessary. Instructor Warren Moyer Location: Handbuilding Studio

January 20 – serving bowl with handles February 10 – (team project!) sugar and creamer price $80 per couple March 3 – lidded jar March 17 – wine cooler

Early registration $70 (member $50) Regular registration $90 (member $70) Saturday, 2/11, 12:00 noon – 3:30 pm

Sugar and Creamer team project for February 10th Taste of Art!

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DIGITAL ART & DESIGN 104. The Principals of Design Understand the basic principles that make great design. Cover topics such as layout, typography, color theory, hierarchy and how to implement these to improve design abilities. Work in the Adobe Suite CS6 (InDesign, Photoshop, and Illustrator) to experiment with the principles being taught. Finish with valuable knowledge on creating design that catches the eye and communicates effectively. Instructor Mary Dunlap Location: Digital Lab

Early Registration $110 (members $80) Regular Registration $130 (members $100) 4 Saturdays, 1/28 – 2/18, 10:00 am – 12:00 noon

1091. Visual Storytelling: The Basics of Video Production Discover the foundations of effective and creative storytelling through moving and/or sequenced images. Learn how to compose a shot, basic approaches to cinematography, story-boarding, and various approaches to video editing using iMovie. Leave the class with two to three short videos and resources to create a basic video for commercial, fiction, or non-fiction purposes. Students should be prepared to work in a shared lab setting and bring their own storage device (external hard drive, or thumb–drive) and camera (videos can be shot on any camera, including phone cameras or iPads). Recommended for teens (16+) or adults with basic computer skills; basic to intermediate photography skills a plus, but not required.

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Instructor Eric Juth

Early Registration $150 (members $120) Regular Registration $170 (members $140) 6 Fridays, 2/3 – 3/10, 2:30 pm – 4:30 pm

Location: Digital Lab

DRAWING & PAINTING

171. Web Marketing for Artists and Small Businesses Join Wes Hammond, online marketing specialist and web designer for this 4 week course designed especially for small businesses, artists and creatives establish or improve their web presence. Topics to be covered in this course include: best practices for today’s web design, options for website creation, digital marketing strategies that drive traffic and sales, a hands–on look at search engine optimization, social media, blogging, email marketing and more. Instructor Wes Hammond Location: Digital Lab

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Early Registration $110 (members $80) Regular Registration $130 (members $100) 4 Wednesdays, 2/1 – 2/22, 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

170. Marketing Your Art In this series, learn the basic strategies for creating and maintaining a professional online presence to promote your art or craft. Discover best practices for an online portfolio/ website, marketing using social media, blogging and email marketing. Each workshop includes an introduction to the topic, an artist case study, a handout/workbook, a resource list, and a Q&A session. Basic computer skills are recommended Instructor Kim Thore Location: Digital Lab Regular Registration $90 (members $75) 3 Tuesdays, 3/28 – 4/11, 6:30 pm – 8:30 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, 1/11 – 2/15, 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

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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 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. Instructor Alix Hitchcock Location: Graphics I Early Registration $155 (member $125) Regular Registration $175 (member $145) Tuesdays and Thursdays, 2/7 – 2/16, 6:00 pm – 8:30 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. 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. Facilitators: Charlie Pate & Grace Kooken Location: Graphics II Early Registration $120 (member $90) Regular Registration $140 (member $110) 7 Mondays, 1/9 – 2/20, 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

4001. Figure Drawing from Life: Intermediate Level 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) Tuesday – Friday, 2/14 – 2/17, 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

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. Location: Graphics I Instructor Olga Greco Early Registration $150 (member $120) Regular Registration $170 (member $140) Section A 4 Tuesdays, 1/10 – 1/31, 10:00 am –1:00 pm Section B 4 Tuesdays, 1/10 – 1/31, 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

4019. Botanical Art Drawing and Painting An introduction to the fascinating world of botanical art, where art and science meet. Aimed at the nature observer who wants to document their finds as well as the artist. Learn about historical and contemporary botanical artists, develop drawing accuracy while working from live plants, and create a field study sheet. You’ll use watercolor techniques to create realistic images. All skill levels. Supplies included. Instructor Kathy Schermer Gramm Location: Graphics II

Early Registration $180 (member $150) Regular Registration $200 (member $170) 4 Thursdays, 1/19 – 2/9, 10:00 am – 1:00 pm

WORKSHOPS 4669. Paper Marbling Workshop 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’. Some paper provided and more available for purchase the day of class. Instructor Anne Murray Location: Dye Studio

Early Registration $110 (member $80) Regular Registration $130 (member $100) Saturday, 1/21, 10:00 am – 3:30 pm

4772. Intro to Drawing – Different Ways of Seeing A course in drawing what you actually see and not what you think you see. This means slowing down and paying attention to every subtle angle, every bump and groove, every shape that is happening. It’s very easy to generalize when starting out with drawing, but just generalizing will not get you to an accurate representation of a 3-dimensional object. Seeing is believing! Instructor Erin Canady Location: Graphics I Early Registration $110 (member $80) Regular Registration $130 (member $100) Saturday, 1/28, 10:00 am – 3:30 pm

4992. Classical Oil Painting Workshop – Still Life Participants of this workshop will be guided through the fundamentals of oil painting, color mixing, canvas preparation and will also learn about the secrets of how to create a beautiful painting from start to finish. Viktoria will start with a step by step demonstration and she will provide specific, actionable methods tailored to each student’s skill level. Although still life will be the focus of this workshop, everything students learn can be applied to landscape and portrait painting as well. Instructor Viktoria Majestic Location: Graphics II

Instructor Bill Gramley

Location: Graphics II Early Registration $90 (member $60) Regular Registration $110 (member $80) Saturday, 1/21, 10:00 am – 1:00 pm

4113. Portrait Painting Workshop Don’t miss this opportunity to expand your knowledge of the basic principles of portrait painting. During this two-day class, students will be offered a simplified understanding of principle and procedure when painting the portrait study. Viktoria will share her experience of how to approach the subject, mix skin tones, while also focusing on the direction and color of the light source. The morning demonstration and lecture will be followed by an afternoon of portrait painting. Please consider joining Viktoria for an informative and enjoyable experience while working with a live portrait model. Instructor Viktoria Majestic Location: Graphics II Early Registration $180 (member $150) Regular Registration $200 (member $170) Friday 2/10, 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm and Saturday 2/11, 10:00 am – 3:30 pm

4557. Flowers in Watercolor Learn to mix and mingle colors on a wetted surface to create rich and vibrant colors that jump off the paper. Also, learn how to use Olga’s European techniques that result in deep and bold colors that enhance the skills of beginners and accomplished painters. Instructor Olga Greco Location: Graphics I Early Registration $90 (member $60) Regular Registration $110 (member $80) Saturday, 2/18, 10:00 am –1:00 pm

Early Registration $150 (member $120) Regular Registration $170 (member $140) Friday 1/13, 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm and Saturday 1/14, 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

4997. Winter’s Twigs in Tinted Ink and Watercolor From lichen covered branches to winter tree identifications, winter twigs and their buds are textured, detailed and intriguing to observe and paint. In this workshop, you will learn the technique of tinting ink and combining it with watercolor washes to create realistic botanical studies. Color matching the neutrals of winter, controlling washes, mixing mediums, as well as dry brush techniques will be covered. All skill levels. Instructor Kathy Schermer-Gramm Location: Graphics I Early Registration $90 (member $60) Regular Registration $110 (member $80) Saturday, 1/21, 10:00 am – 1:00 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.

Watercolor by Olga Greco.

4443. Chinese Painting Workshop with Mona Wu This class will be a gentle introduction to learning the beauty of working with the Chinese brush as you paint subjects from nature. Calligraphy characters will be introduced as a design element. Materials provided. Instructor Mona Wu Location: Graphics II

Early Registration $130 (member $100) Regular Registration $150 (member $120) Saturday, 2/25, 10:00 am – 3:00 pm

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WORKSHOP 4332. Right Where You Are! One Day Workshop Unleash your creativity and join writer, Jane Sobie, and mixed-media artist, Patty Pape, in this one-day workshop. We’ll intertwine these two creative arts in a booklet provided for you. Through music, photos, and prompts, Jane will get your creative juices flowing as you Write Where You Are. Patty will take you, Right Where You Are, to create one-of-a-kind pages with your writing and mixed-media techniques, using paint, stencils, spray inks, image transfers, and others. You’ll weave your words and art into a unique tapestry, reflecting on Right Where I Am. Instructors Jane Sobie and Patricia Pape Location: Graphics I Early Registration $155 (member $125) Regular Registration $175 (member $145) Saturday, 3/11, 10:00 am – 3:00 pm

BOOK ARTS AND JOURNALING

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478. A Brush with Sumi Students will use Asian brushes and sumi inks from grinding stones to treat the blank page as their playground. The ideas presented will be stepping stones to your own internal rhythms with the goal being able to capture your unique voice, vision and sense of play... bound into book form. All levels. Location: Graphics I Instructor Joyce Teta Early Registration $160 (member $130) Regular Registration $180 (member $150) 6 Fridays, 1/20 – 2/24, 10:00 am – 12:00 pm

491. Introduction to Artist’s Books Students will be introduced to image-making techniques such as trace monotype, pochoir, and embroidery. They will also be introduced to simple book structures such as the single sheet book, the french fold, and the accordion. With these techniques in hand students will produce several artist’s books where image tells a story. Location: Graphics I Instructor Leslie Smith Early Registration $150 (member $120) Regular Registration $170 (member $140) 4 Thursdays, 2/23 – 3/16, 6:00 pm – 8:30 pm

WORKSHOP 4654. Multi Media Art Journaling Workshop Art journaling is the creative process of using mixed media techniques in a blank book, with a focus on color and imagery. You’ll combine paints, inks, collage, stencils, stamps, various papers, and even found objects to create your pages. It’s about the process, not the end result. This workshop is for both the beginner and the experienced art journaler. Location: Graphics I Instructor Patty Pape

Early Registration $120 (member $90) Regular Registration $140 (member $110) Saturday, 1/14, 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

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PRINTMAKING

471. Drypoint and Monoprint Students will concentrate on making one of a kind prints using layered inks, found objects, and drawing, painting, or reduction methods on an inked plate. A dry point plate will be made to incorporate a matrix image into the monotype prints. Everything will be done on new PETG plastic plates. Chine colle will be introduced, as well as using textured wood boards. Students may produce a dozen or more different prints! All inks used are non-toxic, water-based Akua inks that can be cleaned up with soap and water. Instructor Mona Wu Location: Printmaking Studio Early Registration $180 (member $150) Regular Registration $200 (member $170) 4 Wednesdays, 3/8 – 3/29, 10:00 am – 12:30 pm

4446. Open Studio Facilitated open studio hours will be available each session. Please contact Amy Jordan, Graphics Coordinator, graphics@ sawtooth.org to inquire. Gelatin print by Alix Hitchcock 4991. Gelatin Printmaking 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. Instructor Alix Hitchcock Location: Printmaking Studio Early Registration $130 (member $100) Regular Registration $150.00 (member $120) 4 Tuesdays, 1/10 – 1/31, 10:00 am – 12:00 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

WORKSHOPS 4545. Wood Block Printmaking Workshop In this one day workshop students will create woodblock prints. Image transfer, carving and printmaking techniques will be taught. Students will also experiment with inking to create bold images. Supplies provided. Instructor Leslie Smith Location: Printmaking Studio Early Registration $120 (member $90) Regular Registration $140 (member $110) Saturday, 1/14, 10:00 am – 3:30 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 Early Registration $120 (member $90) Regular Registration $140 (member $110) Saturday, 2/11, 10:00 am – 3:30 pm

January 13 – Abstract Elements: Miro January 27 – Landscape Acrylic February 10 – Duo Prints February 17 – Silk Scarf Dyeing

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. Instructor Emily Drew Mash Location: Printmaking Studio Early Registration $180 (member $150) Regular Registration $200 (member $170) 4 Mondays, 3/6 – 3/27, 6:00 pm – 8:30 pm

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, Leslie Smith Location: Printmaking Studio

Early Registration $230 (member $200) Regular Registration $250 (member $220) Section A: 4 Wednesdays, 2/8 – 3/1, 6:00 pm – 8:30 pm Section B: 4 Thursdays, 2/9 – 3/2, 10:00 am – 12:30 pm

Wood blocks for printmaking by Leslie Smith.

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FIBERS

WORKSHOPS 3889. Indigo Vat and Shibori Dyeing Workshop Indigo is one of the most vibrant and most used natural dyes throughout history. Students will learn more about the amazing chemistry of indigo, how to start and tend your own indigo fermentation vat. We will make several organic indigo vats, including using fruits, such as bananas. We will also go over different shibori methods of dyeing. Students are encouraged to bring their own natural fibers/fabric to dye. Instructor Kelsey Brown Location: Dye Studio

Early Registration $110 (member $80) Regular Registration $130 (member $100) Saturday, 2/25, 10:00 am – 3:30 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. Supply fee $20. Location: Fibers Studio Instructor Kelsey Brown

Early Registration $230 (member $200) Regular Registration $250 (member $220) Tuesdays and Thursdays, 1/10 – 1/19, 10:00 am – 1:00 pm

371. Natural Dyes 101 Create a wonderful array of colors on fibers using natural materials. This class will explore natural dye techniques and different mordants on protein and cellulose fibers. We will use dye plants that you can grow, collect in the area, or purchase. While creating beautiful colors we will discuss why using natural dyes over synthetics is important. Each student will 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. All fabrics and fibers must be 100% natural (i.e. cotton, wool, linen, silk). Location: Dye Studio Instructor Kelsey Brown Early Registration $150 (member $120) Regular Registration $170 (member $140) Tuesdays and Thursdays, 2/7 – 2/16, 10:00 am – 12:30 pm

394. Beginning Tapestry Tapestry is an ancient form of weaving that has been practiced by diverse cultures around the world to make wall hangings as well as functional articles such as rugs, blankets, canopies. It is a weft-faced weave, meaning that the weft, or horizontal threads, completely cover the warp, or vertical threads, and pictures or designs are made by building up areas of different colored wefts, often based on a drawing or cartoon. You will learn several different methods of juxtaposing colors and then design and weave a small tapestry incorporating those techniques. Some supplies will be provided. Location: Fibers Studio Instructor Janet Bealer Rodie

Early Registration $230 (member $200) Regular Registration $250 (member $220) Mondays and Wednesdays, 2/6 – 2/22, 6:00 pm – 8:30 pm

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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

January 29 – Silk Scarf Dyeing with Vickie Clontz February 19 – Silk Scarf Dyeing March 11 – Silk Scarf Dyeing

3883. Perfect Little Zippered Bag/Clutch Learn to design and create your own fabric and leather clutch! In this class students will learn to cut and sew from a pattern, install a zipper and lining, and the basics of working with leather. Walk away with a custom fabric and leather clutch. Students are encouraged to bring their own fabric. All other materials provided. Instructor Kelsey Brown Location: Graphics I

Early Registration $110 (member $80) Regular Registration $130 (member $100) Saturday, 2/4, 10:00 am – 3:00 pm.

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. A 10.00 kit fee is required. Instructor Vicki Clontz Location: Graphics !

Early Registration $90 (member $60) Regular Registration $110 (member $80) Saturday, 3/11, 10:00 am – 1:00 pm

3770. Table Runner in M’s and O’s Have fun experimenting with the Ms and Os weaving structure to create your own unique table runner. Using a thicker fiber (such as bulky yarn or fabric strips) in the crosswise direction makes the alternating block design POP. Beginning and experienced weavers will explore with the structure and fiber options in the first session and plan their own design. All supplies are provided unless students desire a thick weft fiber of their own choosing which may cost an additional $0-$15. The instructor will bring a stash of weft materials for students to use in experimentation or final projects as well. Open studio is available Instructor Carol Patton Location: Fiber Studio

Early Registration $230 (member $200) Regular Registration $250 (member $220) Tuesdays and Thursday, 1/24 – 2/9, 10:00 am – 1:00 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, 1/9 – 2/13 (skip 1/16), 6:30 pm – 9:00 pm Section B 5 Mondays, 2/20 – 3/20, 6:30 pm – 9:00 pm

Instructor Sue Smith begins a glass mosaic.

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. Instructor Nancy David Location: Glass Studio Early Registration $250 (member $220) Regular Registration $270 (member $240) 8 Tuesdays, 1/10 – 3/7 (skip 2/21), 6:30 pm – 9:00 pm

558. Stained Glass and Mosaics – Winter 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 with questions and for a list of other supplies. Additional open studio hours will be available during the week. Instructor Sue Smith Location: Glass Studio Early Registration $250 (member $220) Regular Registration $270 (member $240) Monday through Friday, 1/9 – 1/13, 9:30 am – 1:30 pm each day

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

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 Mike & TJ Kennedy Location: Glass Studio Early Registration $270 (member $240) Regular Registration $290 (member $260) 8 Wednesdays, 1/11 – 3/1, 6:30 pm – 9:00 pm

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, 1/26 – 3/2 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. $35 per person. Fee includes materials. Fridays, 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

January 13 Glass Beadmaking with Jeff Wilson January 20 Glass on Glass Mosaic with Sue Smith February 3 Fused Glass Suncatcher with Betti Pettinati–Longinotti

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. Location: Glass Studio Instructor Jeff Wilson Early Registration $105 (member $75) Regular Registration $125 (member $95) Saturday, 1/21, 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

5416. Glass Blast! Let’s bust some glass! This exciting weekend will be filled with glass: fused, slumped, tempered, hammered, molten, bubbled, and colored. Saturday will consist of breaking up tempered glass to form sushi-shaped plates and using colored frits. We will also fire up the vitrigraph kiln to pull molten glass stringers and loops to include in your projects. Sunday will be an adventure in encasing bubbles, metals, colored frits, pulled stringers and more; and creating tiles or suncatchers. Everything will be ready for pickup on Monday. All levels. $50 kit fee will be paid to the instructor during the workshop and will cover all materials and firings. Location: Glass Studio Instructor Barbara Cashman Early Registration $180 (member $150) Regular Registration $200 (member $170) Saturday and Sunday, 2/11 & 2/12, 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

5520. 3-Dimensional Stained Glass Hummingbird Workshop Use fun patterns for a three-dimensional hummingbird created with the traditional copper foil technique in beautiful stained glass. In this fun one-day workshop, you’ll use the copper foil method of stained glass to create your own keepsake. All materials are included in the fee! Some experience recommended. Location: Glass Studio Instructor Jeff Wilson Early Registration $105 (member $75) Regular Registration $125 (member $95) Saturday, 2/18, 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

5538. Stained Glass Suncatcher Workshop In this workshop you will learn basic skills needed to fabricate colorful stained glass into an attractive stained glass suncatcher, including working with a beveled piece of glass. Leave with a finished piece and the knowledge of all the steps involved. All materials included. We’ll take a short lunch break, so bring a bag lunch or snacks if you wish. Location: Glass Studio Instructor Sue Smith Early Registration $105 (member $75) Regular Registration $125 (member $95) Saturday, 1/28, 10:00 am – 3:00 pm

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METALS

514. Lost Wax Casting Learn to carve hard wax and model with soft waxes to create rings, pendants and more that will be cast from sterling silver or bronze. Invest the models in a flask, burn the wax out in the kiln, then pour molten silver into the cavity and create your wearable art. No experience necessary. Carving and casting supplies provided. Casting metals discussed in class. Location: Metals Studio Instructor Carole Morse Early Registration $250 (member $220) Regular Registration $270 (member $240) 8 Wednesdays, 1/11 – 3/1, 6:30 pm – 9:00 pm

A student does champleve enameling.

METALS/JEWELRY 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. Most materials provided, but students may purchase metal during Location: Metals Studio class. Early Registration $250 (member $220) Regular Registration $270 (member $240)

Section A Instructor Annie Grimes Williams 8 Mondays, 1/9 – 3/6 (skip 1/16), 6:30 pm – 9:00 pm

Section B Instructor Sara Sloan Stine 8 Tuesdays, 1/10 – 2/28, 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 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. Students may 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

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. Instructor Rebecca Natanson Location: Metals Studio Early Registration $155 (member $125) Regular Registration $175 (member $145) 5 Thursdays, 1/19 – 2/16, 6:30 pm – 9:00 pm

WORKSHOPS 5197. Handsculpting Metal Clay Go beyond the stamps and texture sheets with your metal clay! Learn to sculpt your metal clay with simple tools right in the palm of your hand. Learn to create ultra-detailed pieces of metal clay, affix them to Creative Foundations and apply patina to enhance the kiln colors. Carrie will provide detailed instructions and demonstrations while you make a poppy and leaves for your bracelet. Day 1 is sculpting the metal clay and assembling dry clay, Day 2 is polishing and affixing to Creative Foundations. Some prior metal clay experience is highly suggested. $35 kit fee collected in class. Instructor Carrie Story Location: Metals Studio Registration $120 (members $100) Friday & Saturday, 3/10 & 3/11, 10:00 am – 3:00 pm with a lunch break

Early Registration $200 (member $170) Regular Registration $220 (member $190) Section A 6 Tuesdays, 1/10 – 2/14, 6:30 pm – 9:00 pm Section A 6 Tuesdays, 2/21 – 3/21, 6:30 pm – 9:00 pm

599. Open Metals Studio For experienced students Join us for this fun and supportive studio time!

6–week Series Price: $90; Individual days: $20 each Check website for dates. Morning and evening sessions available.

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Bracelet by Carrie Story

5331. Etched Copper Etching is a fabulous way to add design and texture to your metalwork! Learn about different types of resist methods to be used in the etching process, including paint pen, stamping, and heat-applied print resists. Both traditional acid etching as well as electro-etching processes will be discussed. No experience necessary. Perfect for using in champleve enameling too! (See Annie’s March 18/19 workshop.) Instructor Annie Grimes Williams Location: Metals Studio

Early Registration $90 (members $60) Regular Registration $110 (members $80) Saturday, 2/11, 10:00 am – 5:00 pm

5113. Champleve Enameling Workshop Champleve is an enameling technique in which troughs or cells are etched into the surface of the metal and filled with vitreous enamel. The piece is then fired until the enamel fuses, and when cooled the surface of the object is polished. Learn the process of creating beautiful enameled pieces to use as jewelry. You’ll get hands-on practice and learn the process from beginning to end. Students may bring their own etched piece to enamel (or learn how in the Etching Workshop 2/11!) or there will be a few pieces available to purchase. Register for details. Instructor Annie Grimes Williams Location: Metals Studio

Early Registration $200 (members $170) Regular Registration $220 (members $190) Saturday and Sunday, 3/18 & 3/19, 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

5136. Silversmithing Saturday Workshop This is the perfect introduction to creating solid 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 Brittany Sondberg Location: Metals Studio

Early Registration $105 (members $75) Regular Registration $125 (members $95) Saturday, 2/4, 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

5332. Trapeze Earrings Movement, articulation, call it what you want, but these fun earring are reminiscent of a trapeze artist with the artist and focal point being a stone! Make two pair of sterling silver earrings, one with a stone, one without. Trapeze Earrings by Debora Mauser Design your own or use Debora’s designs. We will cut, file, drill and use a torch to connect the segments with hot rivets! Some metals experience helpful. Students will pay instructor a kit fee of $30 which includes one set of stones, sterling silver wire and fine silver wire. Instructor Debora Mauser Location: Metals Studio Early Registration $55 (members $50) Regular Registration $55 (members $50) Saturday, 1/14, 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm

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WELDING WORKSHOPS

5550. Taste of Art – Jewelry Making!

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. Instructor Duncan Lewis

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.

Location: Duncan Lewis’s Studio Early Registration $180 (members $150) Regular Registration $200 (members $170) Saturday, 2/25, 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, 3/11, 10:00 am – 4:30 pm

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

January 20

Silver Forged Ring with Christina Tyler

January 27

Sgraffito Pendant with Annie Grimes Williams

February 3

Fold-Formed Leaf Jewelry with Christina Tyler

February 10

SPRING VISITING ARTIST WORKSHOP 5335. Intro to Working with Gold! with Ben Dyer Learn some of the intricacies of working with gold. Master goldsmith Ben Dyer will lead intermediate-level metalsmithing students in this weekend investigation of goldsmithing techniques. Jewelry fabrication experience including sawing, soldering and finishing techniques is necessary to get the most from this workshop. A kit fee will be collected by Ben during the workshop and includes all materials and several tools and setting burs for prong setting and tube-setting. Kit price depends on gold market and will be $100+. Get expert guidance while you learn about working in gold! Tools/supply list mailed prior to the workshop. Instructor Ben Dyer Location: Metals Studio

Registration $295 (members $275) Saturday and Sunday, 4/22 & 4/23, 10:00 am – 5:00 pm below: Earrings and Pendant by Ben Dyer. see more of Ben’s work at www.bendyerjewelry.com

special couples price $60 per pair

Sterling Silver Rings with Sara Sloan Stine

February 24

Roll Printed Copper Earrings with Brittany Sondberg

March 3

Copper Dog Tags with Annie Grimes Williams

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PHOTOGRAPHY

Photograph by Laurie Merritt

Core Classes

606. Digital Photography I This first course will introduce you to the most fundamental controls on your digital camera. Learn both in class and through take-home assignments about the basic controls of your camera, exposure, ISO, shutter speed, aperture, and composition essentials. We will also discuss how to upload your images to a computer and basic file storage. We will spend half the class in lecture and half the class photographing and practicing techniques. This course is recommended 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 Katie Dixon Yarbrough

Regular Registration $150 (member $120)

Section A: Instructor Dave Dulaney

5 Tuesdays, 2/21 – 3/21, 10:00 am – noon

Section B: Instructor Laurie Merritt

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

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. Students in this course will be introduced to the concepts of composition, from basics such as the rule of thirds to more advanced topics such as the way the eye travels through a photo. The course introduces composition fundamentals, such as balance and point of view. Students will also 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 Dixon Yarbrough Location: Digital Lab

Early Registration $130 (member $100) Regular Registration $150 (member $120) 5 Mondays, 2/27 – 3/27, 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

5 Tuesdays, 1/10 – 2/7, 10:00 am – noon

Section C: Instructor Laurie Merritt

5 Wednesdays, 3/1 – 3/29. 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. We will also discuss file management and basic computer photo editing such as cropping and color adjustment. This course is recommended for anyone who is comfortable with the basics of their camera, but wants to go beyond the essentials and learn more creative uses of their advanced functions. It is designed for cameras that have the ability to adjust aperture and shutter speed. We will spend half the class in lecture and half the class photographing and practicing techniques. Please bring your camera and manual to each class. Location: Digital Lab

Early Registration $130 (member $100)

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Early Registration $150 (members $120) Regular Registration $170 (members $140) 6 Thursdays, 3/2 – 4/6, 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 the Photoshop interface, 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 global tonal adjustments and color corrections and more. This is a great class for those wanting to enhance their photos and create stronger, more striking images, and perfect for Adobe Cloud users. Please bring a thumb-drive of your images to class to work on. Instructor Laurie Merritt Location: Digital Lab

Early Registration $130 (member $100) Regular Registration $150 (member $120)) 5 Tuesdays, 1/17 – 2/14, 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

5 Thursdays, 1/5 – 2/2, 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

Section B: Instructor Dave Dulaney

627. Advanced Lightroom This class is intended for those who already have a basic understanding of Adobe Lightroom, or have attended ‘The Digital Photographer’s Workflow using Adobe Lightroom’. During this 6 week class students will delve deeper into Lightroom; using both Mac and PC operating environments, catalog file information, overview of all modules, panels, and drop down menus, common preference setup, customized view including panels, modules, backdrop color, identity plate and splash screen. Importing, exporting, and managing files, keyboard shortcuts, setting up collections, publishing services; culling, flagging, keywording and rating images. Comprehensive tuition of the developing module, including filters, brushes, gradients; saving presets, exporting to Photoshop, special effects and conversions; creating contact sheets and collages, watermarks and identity plates. Participants are asked to bring in a set of photos on a thumb drive that they want 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

620. The Digital Photographer’s Workflow using Adobe Lightroom This class has been created in response to requests from those wishing to understand and improve their digital workflow. 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 6 week 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. Over the years, Adobe Lightroom has become a stand-alone and powerful program, forming the industry standard in managing, editing and exporting image files, and forms the backbone of this course. Instructor Laurie Merritt Location: Digital Lab Early Registration $150 (members $120) Regular Registration $170 (members $140) 6 Mondays, 1/9 – 2/20, 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm (no class 1/16)

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. Create images that come to life right in front of your eyes! 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. Please note that our darkroom is set up exclusively for black and white photography. Instructors Dave Dulaney and Maurice Robinson

Early Registration $150 (members $120) Location: Darkroom Regular Registration $170 (members $140) 6 Mondays, 1/9 – 2/20 (no class 1/16), 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

671. Darkroom II – Advanced Techniques and Mentoring For those who can’t get enough of the darkroom or are ready to take their darkroom skills to the next level. Bring your negatives to print from, or film rolls to develop and

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take advantage of our beautiful darkroom space. During class times, our facilitator will be on hand when you need them to guide you and to give you suggestions on how to improve your prints. You will also have plenty of time on your own, as students enrolled in this class will also have use of the darkroom outside of class time if needed during the duration of the 6-week class. Students should have attended the Introduction to Darkroom Photography class. Please note that our darkroom is set up exclusively for black and white photography. Facilitator Dave Dulaney Location: Darkroom Early Registration $150 (members $120) Regular Registration $170 (members $140) 6 Mondays, 2/27 – 4/3, 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

Special Topic

6024. Architectural Photography Discuss the equipment, camera settings and design elements used to create compelling architectural images. Receive instruction on the visual elements required, and further instruction on post editing. Workshop includes a photo walk by some of the most iconic structures in Winston-Salem. Instructor Jeff Silkstone Location: Photography

Studio and on location Early Registration $100 (member $70) Regular Registration $120 (member $90) 3 Saturdays, 1/7 – 1/21, 10:00 am – 12:00 noon Photograph by Jeff Silkstone.

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. You’ll find this is an art experience like no other! Film cameras are required. We have them available for loan at Sawtooth if you do not have one. Location: Photo Studio Instructor Maurice Robinson

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

625. 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. Facilitators Julian Charles and Amanda Sullivan Location: Darkroom Early Registration $130 (members $100) Regular Registration $150 (members $120)

6606. 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 Winston-Salem, 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: Photography Studio Early Registration $30 (member $20) Regular Registration $30 (member $20) The third Saturday of each month, 10:00 am – 12:00 noon

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Workshops 6120. I Have This Great Camera, Now What Do I Do With It? Learn step-by-step how to operate your camera! In this 3-hour workshop we will learn how to adjust the basic settings of your camera to get you on your way to start photographing and stop feeling intimidated. This beginner’s class is recommended for those who have limited-to-no knowledge of how to operate their digital cameras. This is 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. Early Registration $65 (member $35) Regular Registration $85 (member $55)

Workshop A: Instructor Laurie Merritt Saturday, 1/14, 10:00am – 1:00pm,

Location: Photo Studio

Workshop B: Instructor Dave Dulaney Wednesday, 1/25, 5:30 pm – 8:30pm,

6640. Photoshop Focus This 3 part workshop takes an in depth look at some of the Photoshop techniques we are commonly asked about. The first workshop is an introduction to creating a composite image, using layers and masks. The second session focuses on portrait retouching; cloning and editing skin, and using the liquefy filter. In the final workshop students will learn advanced editing techniques in levels and curves, color editing, color grading and blending modes. Instructor Katie Dixon Yarbrough Location: Digital lab

Early Registration $100 (member $70) Regular Registration $120 (member $90) 3 Wednesdays, 1/11 – 1/25, 6:30 pm – 8:30pm

621. Flash Photography An introduction on the principles of flash photography. This 5 week class explores how to use speedlights with a DSLR, and how to get the most out of an on-camera flash. The fundamentals of lighting for photography and how to apply them to small flash photography are covered here, with demonstrations of light modifiers, accessories and off camera flash options. Instructor Katie Dixon Yarbrough Location: Photo Studio

Early Registration $130 (member $100) Regular Registration $150 (member $120) 5 Thursdays, 2/16 – 3/16 , 6:30 pm – 8:30pm

668. Portrait Photography In this advanced 5-week class, you will learn the important elements of creating a successful portrait. This course will include 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 Dixon 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

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6170. iPhoneography I Workshop A great introduction in how to take better photos using your iPhone. In this class, 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 already on your iPhone. Instructor Katie Dickson Yarbrough Location: Photo Studio Early Registration $60 (member $30) Regular Registration $80 (member $50) Monday, 1/23, 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

6606. 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 Winston-Salem, 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: Photography Studio Early Registration $30 (member $20) Regular Registration $30 (member $20) The third Saturday of each month, 10:00 am – 12:00 noon

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. In this class we’ll go through a selection of different editing apps, as well as learning about sharing, archiving, and printing your photos. In this class, you will see real time demonstrations of photography apps and get hands on editing experience with some of the best free apps available. Instructor Katie Dickson Yarbrough Location: Photo Studio Early Registration $65 (member $35) Regular Registration $85 (member $55) Saturday, 2/25, 10:00 am – 1:00 pm

4703. Presentation and Care of Artwork and Photographic Prints This will be a beginner level hands on course in the presentation of 2D artwork. Our focus will be primarily on matting and mounting works on paper in an archival manner. Students will need to bring a 5x7 photo or work on paper to class (all materials will be pre-sized, so 5x7 will be ideal). We will cut mats and mount your piece and discuss how to fit the package into a frame, as well as some basic color and design theory. We can also discuss other aspects of the business as well, time allowing. Instructor Mark Hampton Location: Graphics 2 Early Registration $100 (member $70) Regular Registration $120 (member $90) Saturday, 2/18, 10:00 am – 1:00 pm

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1115. A Woman’s Journey Through Art and Life “I believe that true identity is found . . . in creative activity springing from within. It is found, paradoxically, when one loses oneself. Woman can best re-find herself in some kind of creative activity of her own.” –Anne Morrow Lindbergh Regardless of her age, a woman often finds herself perpetually giving of herself to others. Perhaps instinctually, a woman gives and nourishes others—children, partners, society—often at the expense of her own desires and creativity. We give where needed, but often not to ourselves. This class is a chance to explore the depths of that which is personal, creative, and solely yours. Through photography or drawing—your choice—and journaling we will tap into the imaginative spirit that is uniquely woman. We will explore the roadblocks that we and others create for ourselves that keep us from reaching our true passions and life goals. This is a great opportunity to explore your creative essence in the company and support of like-minded peers and to create a unified body of artwork that represents your true spirit. Class is limited to 8 participants. Instructor Amanda Sullivan Location: Wellness Studio Early Registration $150 (members $120) Regular Registration $170 (members $140) 6 Tuesdays, 1/10 – 2/21 (skip 2/14), 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

WELLNESS THROUGH THE ARTS

1131. An Artistic Look at Healing Emotional Burn-Out Whether it is grief-related, stress-related, or rooted in a life overwhelmed, most of us have been on system-overload at some point in our lives where we are simply emotionally spent. In this Saturday workshop, we will look at what creates emotional burn-out and how to heal it through the arts. We will examine grief, stress, anger, and emotional saturation through writing, drawing, and other art forms, giving you a starting point to help heal emotional burn-out artistically. We will also examine the role that art plays in helping to manage stress in everyday life. Bring a bagged lunch for our break. Instructor Amanda Sullivan Location: Wellness Studio Early Registration $75 (member $45) Regular Registration $95 (member $65) Saturday, 1/28, 10:00 am – 3:00 pm, with a short lunch break

1130. Integrating Art Into Your Life: An Art Sampler We know that integrating art into your life has many healing outcomes, but it often takes time finding just the right fit. In this 6-week class, we will explore the healing power of art in 6 different disciplines: photography, watercolor journaling, book making, jewelry making, printmaking, and writing through prompts. Join different artists on a wonderful artistic sampler that is sure to help you find your perfect art match! Instructors: various Location: Wellness Studio Early Registration $150 (members $120) Regular Registration $170 (members $140) 6 Mondays, 2/27– 4/3, 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

Wellness and Healing through the Arts grant programming, funded by the Greer Foundation, is an offshoot of the Wellness Program at Sawtooth School for Visual Art. The grant enables Sawtooth to provide visual art experiences for cancer survivors and their caregivers in affiliation with Cancer Services, Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center/Comprehensive Cancer Center, Novant Health/Derrick L. Davis Cancer Center, SECU Family House and Wake Forest University/ Humanities and Divinity departments. For more information or inquiries about our Wellness and Healing through the Arts grant programming for cancer survivors and their caregivers, please contact Amy Jordan Kincaid at graphics@sawtooth.org. For more information about our Wellness Program at Sawtooth School for Visual Art please contact Amanda Sullivan at wellness@sawtooth.org.

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WOOD

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. Location: Wood Studio Early Registration $185 (member $155) Regular Registration $215 (member $185)

Section A Instructor Jim Terry

4 Thursdays, 2/16 – 3/9, 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

Section B Instructor Larry Friedrich

1 Friday & Saturday, 2/24 – 2/25, 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

WOODWORKING 580. Beginning Woodworking – Side Table This class introduces the beginning woodworker to essential hand and power tool techniques used in the wood studio. Gain confidence while learning tool and shop safety, mortise & tenon joinery, finishing techniques, and more. Class project will be an elegant cherry side table with tapered legs. All materials included in class fee. Instructor Eddie Fitzgerald Location: Wood Studio

Turned wooden vessel by Jim Terry.

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. 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, 1/12 – 2/2, 6:00 pm – 8:30 pm

590. Beyond the Basics – Lathe Turning Continue to grow as a wood turner in this advanced class. Explore wood selection & preparation, discover new methods to mount turning blanks, and broaden skills through a variety of lathe tools and techniques. Turning projects to be determined in class. Class size limited to five students, so there will be plenty of individual attention and hands-on practice. Instructor Larry Friedrich Location: Wood Studio Early Registration $185 (member $155) Regular Registration $215 (member $185) Friday & Saturday, 1/20 – 1/21, 10:00 am – 4:00 pm each day

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

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Early Registration $305 (member $275) Regular Registration $335 (member $305) 6 Tuesdays, 1/17 – 3/21, 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. Instructor Scott Meyer Locations: Wood Studio Early Registration $155 (member $135) Regular Registration $185 (member $165) 3 Wednesdays, 1/11 – 1/25, 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 Section A: Early Registration $45 (member $45) Regular Registration $45 (member $45) Wednesdays 1/11 – 3/15, 9:30 am – 12:30 pm

597. Country Pantry Clock This project is a great introduction into woodworking, and an opportunity for the more experienced woodworker to expand their knowledge & skills. Learn router and scroll saw techniques, basic case construction, cutting curves and more. Clock aprox. 34” tall, 12” wide, and 4 ½” deep, with top and lower shelves, and a glass face. Finish your clock “to taste” to match the décor of your home. All materials included in class fee; no woodworking experience necessary. Location: Wood Studio Instructor Eddie Fitzgerald Early Registration $255 (member $225) Regular Registration $285 (member $255) 6 Thursdays, 1/12 – 2/16, 6:00 pm – 8:30 pm

583. Hanging Wall Cabinet This class is an introduction to case work. Class project is a hanging wall cabinet with raised paneled door and interior shelf. Other topics include wood preparation, fitting hinges, and finishing. A combination of hand and power tools will be used in class. This is not a beginner’s class – woodworking experience is required! Students are encouraged to take Hand Tool Sharpening as preparation for this class. Please contact wood@sawtooth.org if you have any questions. Instructor Garry Reich Location: Wood Studio Early Registration $395 (member $365) Regular Registration $425 (member $395) 8 Wednesdays, 2/1 – 3/22, 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

582. Dovetailed Serving Tray Hand-cut dovetails are the Holy Grail of traditional woodworking and the hallmark of fine craftsmanship. Known for their beauty, dovetails are also strong and functional joints. Learn the tools and techniques of hand-cut dovetails while building a cherry serving tray. Wood preparation, jointing, and finishing also covered. All materials included in class fee. Class open to all skill levels, though some woodworking experience would be helpful. Instructor Eddie Fitzgerald Location: Wood Studio Early Registration $255 (member $235) Regular Registration $285 (member $265) 6 Thursdays, 2/23 – 3/23, 6:30 pm – 8:30 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. Instructor Aaron Gibbons Location: Wood Studio Early Registration $305 (member $275 Regular Registration $335 (member $305) 6 Tuesdays, 1/24 – 2/28, 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

5791. Jewelry Box Learn to produce a functional and beautiful jewelry box 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 jewelry box router jig for use at home. All materials included in class fee. Instructor Scott Meyer Locations: Wood Studio Early Registration $265 (member $235) Regular Registration $295 (member $265) 6 Thursdays, 2/2 – 3/9, 10 am – 12:30 pm

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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. Location: Wood Studio Instructor Dane Snodgrass

Early Registration $60 (member $50) Regular Registration $75 (member $65) 3 Mondays, 1/8 – 3/18, 6:00 pm – 8:30 pm

WORKSHOPS PRIMITIVE WEAPONS 9701. Making Primitive Weapons – One Board Bow A one board bow is made from a single wood board without lamination. Master Bowyer Dane Snodgrass will introduce the hand tools and techniques needed to craft such an historic weapon. 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 $205 (member $175) Regular Registration $235 (member $205) 6 Mondays, 1/9 – 2/20, 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

570. The Art of Fletching – Making Wood Arrows The traditional art of making arrows has always been highly regarded and the Fletcher has an important place in history. Fletching principles, skills and materials are easily understood. Students will make several arrows in different styles and have the option to create a final project showing their best effort in materials of their choosing. There is a materials charge paid to the instructor during class (likely $40 or less). Instructor Dane Snodgrass Location: Wood Studio

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 TBA Location: Wood Studio Early Registration $45 (member $45) Regular Registration $45 (member $45) Saturday, 3/18, 10:00 am – 2:00 pm

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

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9726. Bow Backings Backing a bow is not only an artistic expression of its maker, but also adds structural integrity to the piece. Master bowyer Dane Snodgrass will demonstrate the tools and techniques of applying sinew, rawhide, and snakeskin to enhance the appearance and functionality of a bow. All tools provided; materials included in class fee. Instructor Dane Snodgrass Location: Wood Studio

Section B: Animal Sinew

Saturday, 3/11, 10:00 am – 4:00 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

Early Registration $55 (member $45) Regular Registration $65 (member $55) Saturday, 1/14, 10:00 am – 2:00 pm

9724. Dovetails Demystified! Hand-cut dovetails enjoy a particular mystique, offering unmatched strength and beauty. Join instructor Garry Reich and learn the tools & 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. Location: Wood Studio Instructor Garry Reich Early Registration $155 (member $135) Regular Registration $175 (member $155) Friday & Saturday, 1/27 – 1/28, 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

9725. Spokeshaves A spokeshave is a versatile tool, capable of removing mill marks from lumber, shaping chair spindles, forming delicate edges, and more. In this oneday workshop, gain practical experience using a spokeshave before crafting your own personalized tool for the utmost in quality of cut and control. All tools and materials provided. Students may bring their own tools or hardwood blank to work with in class. Please contact Eddie – wood@sawtooth.org – with any questions. Location: Wood Studio Instructor Eddie Fitzgerald

Early Registration $155 (member $135) Regular Registration $175 (member $155) Saturday, 2/18, 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

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equipment provided. Students are encouraged to bring a tool to work with in class. Location: Wood Studio Instructor Garry Reich

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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. 9720. Learn to Turn No experience necessary! 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

Early Registration $95 (member $80) Regular Registration $105 (member $90) Section A: Pens 1/7, 10:00 am – 4:00 pm Section B: Bird House Ornament 2/4, 10:00 am – 4:00 pm Section C: Duck Calls 3/4, 10:00 am – 4:00 pm Section D: Inside-Out Turning 3/25, 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

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Location: Wood Studio Fee: $40 – $55 depending on project

Candlesticks February 3, 6:00 pm – 8:30 pm Cutting Board – Valentines pair project February 10, 6:00 pm – 8:30 pm Pepper Grinder March 3, 6:00 pm – 8:30 pm Lazy Susan March 17, 6:00 pm – 8:30 pm

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YOUTH

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. Location: Youth 1 Instructor Lauren Duncan

Early Registration $125 (member $95) Regular Registration $145 (member $115) Section A 4 Tuesdays, 2/7 – 2/28, 4:00 pm – 5:30 pm Section B 4 Tuesdays, 3/7 – 3/28, 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, 2/7 – 3/28, 4:00 pm – 5:30 pm

852. Create in 3-Dimension (6-8 years) NEW! Don’t just paint a painting, make it leap off of the page! Explore the limits of paper and other mixed-media materials in making 3-D art. In this class we will cut, glue, paint, print, collage, and more to manipulate our materials to build, create, and form. Location: Youth 1 Instructor Lauren Duncan

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, 2/2 – 2/23, 10:00 am – 11:30 am Section B 4 Thursdays, 3/2 – 3/23, 10:00 am – 11:30 am

Or, take ALL 8 weeks for our discounted BUNDLE price:

Registration $190 (member $155) Section C BUNDLE 8 Thursdays, 2/2 – 3/23 10:00 am – 11:30 am

850. Meet the Masters (6–8 years) NEW! Inspired by the works of master artists throughout time,

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. This week will be filled with thinking outside the box and experimenting with art. Instructor Lauren Duncan Location Youth 4

Early Registration $125 (member $95) Regular Registration $145 (member $115) Section A 4 Thursdays, 2/16 – 3/9, 4:00 pm – 5:30 pm Section B 4 Thursdays, 3/16 – 4/6 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 Thursdays, 2/16 – 4/6, 4:00 pm – 5:30 pm

891. Youth Ceramics – Clay Creations (7-13 years) Clay is a fun, creative medium with many artistic and functional possibilities. This is your chance to explore ceramics and learn the basics of hand building while having creative fun! Each session brings new projects and concepts. Learn pinch, slab and coil techniques to create various projects. New and returning students encouraged. For those students who 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. Projects will have to be picked up the weeks following the end of class.

Email will be sent. Materials fee included. Instructor Deborah Smith Location: Handbuilding Studio Early Registration $135 (member $105) Regular Registration $155 (member $125) Section A 4 Wednesdays, 2/1 – 2/22 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm Section B 4 Wednesdays, 3/8 – 3/29 4:00 – 6:00 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 Wednesdays, 2/1 - 3/29 (skip 3/1) 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 890 Digital Art Studio. See “Bundle 895” for special pricing. Location: Computer Lab Instructor Dave Dulaney

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. Location: Digital Lab Instructor Steve McCarthy

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

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) includes both:

Digital Art Studio

4 Mondays, 3/6 – 3/27, 4:30 pm – 6:00 pm, and

Digital Photography Studio 4 Mondays, 4/17 – 5/8, 4:30 pm – 6:00 pm

Registration $195 (ember $165) Monday through Thursday, 4/10 – 4/13, 9:00 am – 12:00 noon each day

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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

Adult/ Youth Workshops 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. Instructor Betti Pettinati Longinotti Location: Glass Studio Early Registration $110 (member $80) Regular Registration $130 (member $100) 3 Wednesdays, 4/19 – 5/3, 4:00 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, students strengthen their skills using a variety of media, including pencils, pens and charcoal. Location: Youth 4 Instructor Jennifer Willard

Early Registration $105 (member $75) Regular Registration $125 (member $95) 4 Wednesdays, 2/1 – 2/22, 4:30 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. Location: Youth 4 Instructor Jennifer Willard

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

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, January 20 Friday, February 10 (note date: second Friday!) Friday, March 17 Friday, April 21 Friday, May 19

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

8852. Adult/Youth Gingerbread House Creations Come enjoy an enchanting morning with your child creating an edible gingerbread house. Their eyes grow big when they see all the candy and gingerbread wonderland pieces they get to put together and decorate beyond their imaginations. Supplies and smiles included. Instructor Nannette Davis Location: Youth 4

Early Registration $55 (member $45) Regular Registration $65 (member $55) Saturday, 12/10, 10:00 am – 12:00 noon

8165. Adult/Youth Mosaic, Fused, and Etched Glass Ornaments Create three unique holiday ornaments using different glass techniques of mosaic, fusing and etching glass with a cream. Students will be introduced to glass as a medium through varied methods of creation. Fused pieces will be kiln fired and available for later pickup. Make holiday memories to treasure for a lifetime! This class is designed for and Adult/Youth pair to come create the three ornaments together. Price per pair. Instructor Betti Pettinati Longinotti Location: Glass Studio

Early Registration $80 (member $65) Regular Registration $80 (member $65) Saturday, 12/17, 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm

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

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Downtown Parents Night Out!!

Fused glass ornaments.

Exploring a loom at Art in the Afternoon.

Art in the Afternoon

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

Saturday, April 1st 1pm to 4pm

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 – 2pm Middle School 6th – 8th Summer Info Session 2:30 – 3pm Summer Art Immersion 9th–12th Info session 3:30 – 4pm

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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 am – 12 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 noon 8202. Juniors Badge Day Juniors will be able to earn these 2 badges: Drawing / Digital Photographer Saturday, March 11, 1:30 pm – 4 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. 8203. Junior Jeweler Badge Saturday, March 4, 9:30 am – 12 noon

Thank You! Thank you to all of you who support Sawtooth! Over the last year, because of your donations, grants, and our youth scholarship fund, the Sawtooth’s youth program has been privileged to provide art education experiences throughout Winston-Salem. We have worked with Big Brothers, Big Sisters; H.O.P.E.; Winston-Salem Symphony; Forsyth County Schools; The Dream Project; El Buen Pastor LCS; Carter G Woodson School; Triad Y.M.C.A’s; and Girls Inc.; just to name a few. We have been able to grant more than 50 scholarships to school-aged students for classes here at Sawtooth. Your continued support allows us to spark creativity and self-expression through visual art experiences, so again THANK YOU! Nannette G. Davis – Youth Coordinator

8210. Girl Scout Stained Glass Workshop Saturday, February 18, 9:30 am – 12 noon 8206. Cadette Book Artist Badge Saturday, February 18, 1 pm – 3:30 pm 8204. Cadette Comic Artist Badge Check Website for Date 9:30 am – 12 noon

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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

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.

INTOTHEARTS.ORG

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

THE ARTS COUNCIL OF WINSTON-SALEM & FORSYTH COUNTY

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In the CORRIDOR Gallery

In the Davis Gallery Amalgamated Transmutations: Sanctuary and Safekeeping

Wake Forest: Sculpture Students of David Finn

Opening Reception, Thursday, January 19, 5pm – 7pm Artist Conversation & Guided Exhibit Tour, Friday, February 3, 5pm–7pm

Wake Forest University students create an “on-the-wall” exhibition of sculptural work.

January 19 – March 17

December 5–9 Artists’ Reception, Wednesday, December 7, 5–7pm

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.

Sawtooth Photo League/Darkroom Society January 17 – March 17 Artists’ Reception, Friday, February 3, 5–7pm

The exhibit includes: paper, wire and ceramic sculptures by Nicole Uzzell, mixed media assemblages by Millicent Greason and prints and mixed-media works by Woodie Anderson.

Works by photographers active in Sawtooth’s Photography Programming

Gallery Hours: Monday – Friday, 9am – 7pm Saturday, 9am – 4pm Gallery exhibits and receptions are free and open to the public.

Visitors may also explore the artistic process through an interactive installation that includes a peek into the artists’ studios, touchable work-in-progress, and discussion on the use of creative-space as a sanctuary for nurturing artistic thought and creation.

Images: prints by Woodie Anderson

WS/Forsyth County Arts Extravaganza

March 22 – March 29 Reception and Awards, Friday, March 24, 5–7pm

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

WS/Forsyth County Arts Extravaganza

March 22 – March 29 Reception and Awards, Friday, March 24, 5–7pm

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

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contact

Staff Extensions and E–mails Julian Charles (ext. 205) photo@sawtooth.org Nannette Davis (ext. 209) youth@sawtooth.org

Eddie Fitzgerald (ext. 213) wood@sawtooth.org Sharon Hardin (ext. 212) gallery@sawtooth.org Taylor Hayes (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 Amanda Sullivan (ext. 205) wellness@sawtooth.org

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

Sara Sloan Stine (ext. 204) metals@sawtooth.org JoAnne Vernon (ext. 208) executivedirector@sawtooth.org

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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 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 6pm, 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 3

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_____

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card #_________________________________________ Expiration Date_______________

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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

Sawtooth’s Taste of Art Series Spend a fun couple of hours learning something new, meeting new friends, and create 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. $35 to $55 per person. Fee includes materials. Fridays, 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm or 6:00 pm – 8:30 pm See catalog pages for details. Featuring short classes in these studios: Ceramics – Glass – Drawing – Fibers Metals – Painting – Printmaking Photography – Wood And celebrate Valentine’s Day with us! Look for these Hearts to find special February 10th pair projects!


Sawtooth Catalog of Classes Winter 2017