After Covid travel restrictions, Artisan Development Program alumnus Elise Kyllo is travelling in Scandinavia, communing with Shetland sheep, and connecting with wool workers in that part of the world. She writes about some of her experiences in her latest blog post.
Read the epic tale of North House's iconic Schooner Hjørdis riding low in the water this past winter as told by Facilities Director Matt Nesheim at Northern Wilds.
As Resident Artisan Christine Novotny's Scandinavian travels draw to a close, she writes about a visit to the Hannah Ryggen Triennial and the work of this remarkable Swedish tapestry Weaver in her latest blog post.
Click below for a full list of newly announced classes ranging from baskets to bowls to brushes to building timber frames. Registration opens to the general public 6/1, with early members registration the day before.
In her Scandinavian travels, Resident Artisan Emily Derke spent some time working at the ULU Tannery in Norway. Read about it in her latest blog post.
Resident Artisan Christine Novotny is traveling through Scandinavia as part of the Artisan Development Program. She writes about some time spent at Sätergläntan, a folk school in Dalarna, Sweden, in her latest blog post.
Resident Artisan Emily Derke is traveling in Scandinavia as part of the Artisan Development Program, and recently spent some time weaving willow with Steen Madsen in Denmark. Read more in her latest blog post.
Resident Artisan Nathan White ponders the intersection of drawing and carving, and design and perception, in his latest blog post.