Come down to see us in person at SAW in Gainesville, FL
Our brick-and-morter location
Come join us at any of week-long or year-long intensives!
Our year-long intensive is comics boot-camp. You'll learn storytelling, writing, drawing, and even some mask-making .
Learn more here.
Find inspiration, learn tricks of the trade, and re-energize your creative process at SAW's week-long workshops. Beginners welcome. All classes and workshops are held on-site in Gainesville, FL.
Info on shorter workshops are listed here.
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Low Residency Week: May 7 - 11, 2018
Come to SAW's Low Residency Week to get creative focus! Jumpstart a new comics project, or get a wayward project back on track in this weeklong comics workshop.
For beginners and experienced students alike, this personalized, supportive learning environment is designed to move any project ahead by leaps and bounds. You’ll leave inspired and armed with useful techniques and insights to keep up your creative momentum. Brimming with creative energy, SAW is a home-away-from-home for cartoonists and artists—participants have travelled from as far as Japan to study at our Low Res weeks.
Our teachers tailor the Low Res Workshop’s curriculum to each group's needs. To prepare you for success during and after the workshop, you’ll fill out a pre-workshop survey about your creative goals, artistic influences, and areas in which you’d like to improve and grow.
May 7 - 11, 2018 at the Sequential Artists Workshop in Gainesville, FL.
Sliding scale pricing options: $200, $250, $300, $400
This course is priced on a sliding scale, based on need. Please pay what you can. If you can afford to pay a little more, you'll help us make this amazing experience accessible to all.
If you'd like to pay an amount that's not listed below, please contact us at evenings at sequentialartsistsworkshop.org.
Curriculum and supply lists will be sent at a later date.
We recently instituted two scholarships, one for women/non-binary persons and one for persons of color.
Click here to learn more about the J. Manix or the Mark Campos scholarship.