Ron Rege Week-Long Workshop, Mar 4-8, 2013

We’re super excited to bring the genius Ron Rege Jr to SAW to teach a week-long workshop. Ron has spent four years on his new book, Cartoon Utopia, which is utterly original and beautiful.   Cartoon Utopia: A Week-Long Intensive with Ron Rege, March 4-March 8 In this week-long workshop, students will work with Ron from morning to evening, expanding their minds and vision and translating their ideas and stories…

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John Porcellino Workshop, Feb 25-Mar 1, 2013

We’re pleased to bring John Porcellino back to SAW for a one-week workshop. John came down when SAW was a wee school, just a couple months old, and he taught 13 students for one week, his methods of working from memory, nature, and experience. Students came from Australia, Vermont, Georgia, Seattle, North Carolina, and the Gaza Strip to study with John. We’re bringing him back the week of Feb…

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Teen Comics and Manga Class, Jan 12!

SAW is offering a class in professional comics/manga technique for 12 and older. Saturdays Jan 12- Feb 16 ! 11 am – 2 pm at SAW:SE 5th Ave at Main St, behind Citizen’s Co-op. Students will work with SAW teachers in designing characters, staging stories, writing and drawing using professional pens, brushes and papers. All while working in our professional studio and comics library! There is still time to…

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End of the semester student show, 2012!

We had an amazing End-Of-The-Semester Show, thanks to everyone who came out! Tomis from Display Gallery made this cat head, Tom from SAW is wearing it.   Sally, Eric, Adrian, and instructor John Ronan all in the picture at the show   Professor Elif A. made baclava and burek, yum! Shots of mini-comics from Adrian, Eric and Majed Great shot from above A great showing and great work on the…

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Our End of Year Fundraiser

RENT PARTY/FUNDRAISING APPEAL. Gifts! Tax-Deductible Donations! HELP SAW IN 2013! We are live on INDIE GOGO UNTIL mid FEBRUARY 2013!   Hello from the Sequential Artists Workshop, or SAW. A couple years ago we had the crazy idea to open a school; an informal, but serious school, with a curriculum to match any anywhere, but without the baggage, the loans or the politics of higher education. This was the challenge. To create…

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