Year-end whizz-bang art show! Two classes of students showing their final work! LOTS of pages and stories! NO Batman (or maybe one.) ALSO:, stories about bodies, dads, moms, adventures, escape, games, and thrones and everything in between! Come see what this year's students have been up to! Raise a glass and toast these fabulous artists!Read More
Thursday night! At Sweetwater Co-Op in conjunction with SAW.Read More
Pics from our End of Semester Show!Read More
Our first show in our new space! The 2018 students have been busting out making new work to share with you! Amazing stories and art from people dedicating the full-year to comics and graphic storytelling, right here in Gainesville! Note our NEW SPACE in the back of 722 S. Main Street!Read More
Our summer teen tween comics art students made great work and have waited a whole 3 months for a celebratory art show, while we moved our whole school!
Come out on Oct 19 and celebrate the hard work they did and grab a copy of the anthology of work made during the two-week program.
Join us for Chris Brokaw and Thalia Zedek's Gainesville stop on their fall living room tour. It's their only Florida show! Formerly of Come, Codeine, Live Skull, Uzi, Lemonheads, and a lot of other projects you'd definitely love, they're also both excellent solo songwriters and this show will be very special.Read More
Out of Africa & Congo, Into Eastside High School, a Comics Art Show With An Event Open to the Public: A Comics Installation
The Sequential Artists Workshop
710 SE 2d Street
Gainesville, FL 32601
Thursday, Feb 8, 2018
5:30 - 7:30 pm
Facebook Event Here
The Sequential Artists Workshop (SAW) in downtown Gainesville is proud to be working with the UF African Studies Center to bring the work of two esteemed African artists to Gainesville’s public. SAW Executive Director and award-winning cartoonist Tom Hart, along with visual artist Didier Viodé based in France and from Benin, and prize-winning novelist Fiston Mwanza Mujila based in Austria and from DR Congo will visit Eastside High School on Wednesday, February 7 for a pair of workshops on comics, racism, rumor, magic, and artistic expression.