New & Noteworthy
Time flies when you're a resident artisan at North House. Nate White writes about his time creating in the studio and preparing for upcoming travels across the US and the world.
2023's Wooden Boat Show celebrates the 100th birthday of Sätergläntan with courses taught by visiting instructors from the Swedish handcraft school.
North House and the Co-op have joined forces to teach three flavorful cooking classes this spring. Don't miss this chance to learn new tastes and techniques!
Wesley started "ADP" (Artisan Development Program) back in September. His first blog post gives an introduction and lays out what he plans on doing for his time in this program at North House.
In their introductory blog post, resident artisan Delaney Keshena discusses their path to the Artisan Development Program and the paths that lie ahead.
Featured Events & Activities
Fiber Week 2023
Mon, Feb 13 - Mon, Feb 20, 2022
Create your own fiber adventure spinning, knitting, felting, sewing, beading and more!
Wool, woodstoves, and winter weave together for a cozy week at North House each February. Join us on campus for this special week-long gathering that celebrates all manner of fiber arts. Featuring speakers, demonstrations, community gatherings, and coursework from long-time North House instructors as well as new guest artisans; tuck in to the warm and wooly camaraderie this winter.
Living with Craft
An Exhibition Celebrating North House’s Artisan Development Program
Join North House in celebrating the first 5 years of the Artisan Development Program with a gallery exhibition hosted at the Johnson Heritage Post in Grand Marais and the American Association of Woodturners Gallery of Wood Art in St. Paul.
North House Featured in PBS Documentary
Craft in America's HOME episode highlights North House Folk School
North House is pleased to be featured in an upcoming episode of the Award-winning PBS series Craft in America, that will debut nationwide December 16th!
The episode titled HOME features North House Folk School’s timber framing programs, as well as instructor Biskakone Greg Johnson’s connection with traditional Ojibwe crafts from his home in Lac Du Flambeau. The episode also features other artists whose work explores what HOME can mean.