Our first zines from the first semester are rolling off the risograph. Here’s a look at Ceili Braidwood’s Hai Tea/Tea Ku: The first Riso zines by SAW students are coming off the press. This lovely [...]
Thanks to Rob Clough for giving some of our students work a close lookin’ at. Here’s the final, summary paragraph: The sense I get from SAW’s first year is that Hart’s aim was to create [...]
Why you should study at SAW: SAW is a place like no other in the American comics world right now. An intensive, informal school; a fully functioning two-leveled studio; a stocked library of inspiration, reference [...]
Our final week at SAW, big push on finishing comics and booklets, a final show and commencement party. Thanks to everyone at SAW for a great year! Final nights work! Risograph emergency! Setting up the [...]
We had an amazing end-of-year show of student work at SAW, here’s some pics before a larger rundown: For more pics, head over to our Flickr account
Another Testimonial Video from the students of SAW. Thanks students!
The SAW students took time to make a series of testimonials. Thanks Sally, Adrian, Eric, Mike, Anna et al!
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 [...]
Nice new video shot by journalist Kathryn Varn at UF, featuring our student Adrian drawing alligators, ibises and spanish moss: Video Part 4 from Kathryn Varn on Vimeo.
Hello students for next week’s SAW low-residency program, we are super excited to have you. Classes will start 11 am each day and run until 5ish. Someone at SAW always tends to stay late, so on [...]