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In her latest blog post, resident artisan Emily Derke reflects on how the changes of the last year have impacted teaching and learning.  

Posted May 6, 2021
by Emily Derke
Teaching is one of the ways I love to connect with and meet new people. Classes can draw a crowd…
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We have just opened some new opportunities to learn about sailing: Sessions of Craft of Sail and Youth Sailing Camps are now open for registration

Posted April 23, 2021
We have just opened some new opportunities to learn about sailing: Sessions of Craft of Sail and…
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Resident Artisan Christine Novotny discusses her explorations of block weaves in her textiles in her latest blog post. 

Posted April 22, 2021
by Christine Novotny
I have spent the past few months moving through many ideas and exploring block weaves, specifically…
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We've added some brand new online coursework to the roster. New breadmaking, Kumihimo, and Embroidery courses are available for registration now! 

Posted April 15, 2021
We've added some brand new online coursework to the roster. New breadmaking, Kumihimo, and…
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In her latest blog post, Resident Artisan Elise Kyllo discusses her quest for the perfect wool vest. 

Posted April 8, 2021
by Elise Kyllo
Vest before felting and vest after felting One thing I appreciate about felting is that there are…
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It Takes a Forest to Build a Chair: Lead Instructor John Beltman writes about what it takes to make a chair in a recent issue of Northern Wilds. 

 

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Posted April 6, 2021

Thank you for joining us for our virtual Wood Month programs! If you missed or want to revisit any of the programs, several of them are available to view here

Posted March 26, 2021
Thank you for joining us for our virtual Wood Month programs! Since we couldn't see you on…
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In her latest blogpost, resident Artisan Christine Novotny discusses the processing of wool from raw fleece and how it informs her weaving practice.

Posted February 25, 2021
by Christine Novotny
As of February 3, I have officially been in the Artisan Development Program 1 year. I’ve spent…
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North House Folk School seeks the services of an architectural firm to conduct an historic structure report of the Jim Scott Fish House. RFP available.  Proposal deadline: March 1st.

Posted January 29, 2021
North House Folk School seeks the services of an historic architectural firm to conduct a Historic…
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Final Week of the Winter Virtual Film Fest

Last three films available until January 28. 

 

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Posted January 22, 2021
Week 4 (January 22-28) The Spoon, the Bowl and the Knife with Wille Sundqvist (available this…
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