Date/Time
Event

July 1, 2017 - July 31, 2017
12:00 am

Grand Marais Art Colony Workshops
Grand Marais Art Colony Workshops

Grand Marais Art Colony | Grand Marais MN

The Art Colony supports artists and creative seekers at every step of their creative journey from novice to professional artist through a variety of educational opportunities. With over 200 classes, artist talks, family-friendly activities, artist services (including residencies and studio access), and artist-driven community events – there is something for everyone.
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July 1, 2017 - July 31, 2017
All Day

North House Folk School Courses
North House Folk School Courses

North House Folk School | Grand Marais MN

North House Folk School brings instructors from around the world to teach traditional northern crafts on the shore of Lake Superior. Our mission is to enrich lives and build community by teaching traditional northern crafts in a student-centered learning environment that inspires the hands, the heart and the mind.
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July 26, 2017
10:00 am - 4:00 pm

Marie Westerman & Jill Ewald Exhibit

Johnson Heritage Post | Grand Marais MN

Marie Westerman is a fiber artist who does pictorial weaving. Jill Ewald is an artist who works with many mediums including oil paint, graphite, conte crayon, encaustic and charcoal, and recently, thread.

Johnson Heritage Post is open Monday through Saturday from 10 – 4 (closed Tuesdays) and Sunday 1 – 4.

For more information please call Johnson Heritage Post at 387-2314.

July 26, 2017
4:30 pm

Artist Talk: Investigating the Ceramic Form
Artist Talk: Investigating the Ceramic Form

Grand Marais Art Colony | Grand Marais MN

Recipient of a Minnesota State Arts Board initiative grant and exhibitor at the Smithsonian Craft Show Ernest Miller will talk about his fascination with process as it relates to pottery and also shed light on the inspiration for his current work.

This artist talk is free and open to the public.

July 26, 2017
8:00 pm - 9:00 pm

stories in the stars: ojibwe constellations
stories in the stars: ojibwe constellations

Gooseberry Falls State Park | Two Harbors

Stars have long been the center of imagination and legend. They have been used to record the stories of the past. The Ojibwe also used the stars as a way to remember the oral history of their people and marked the rise and fall of the seasons. Come discover for yourself the beautiful history of the Ojibwe people told through the stars.

We will start at Lady Slipper Lodge then move to the picnic flow to view the Ojibwe Constellations for ourselves. Bug spray and flashlight recommended.