NCC’s latest show presents four artists who explore themes of fire, water, earth and air.
Ceramic artist Kimberlee Roth is taking a whole new approach to plates and bowls, turning them into artistic sculptures that can live on the wall or on the table.
Pullman has been involved in the book arts for 30 years, and is known for her skill with binding books, making paper and conserving old editions.
A local art center is working to move into an abandoned historic building.
Longtime supporter Timothy G. Fleming succeeds founding director Margaret Miller.
North House Folk School in Grand Marais – which teaches people how to make their own skis, build their own boats, and other traditional skills – has never been more popular.
Just as you can’t judge a book by its cover, you shouldn’t always judge an event by its press release…
The center’s first and only Executive Director is stepping down in July after leading the fiber arts space for 18 years.
Gary Stone makes harps, dulcimers and Irish drums in his barn-turned-workshop in Red Wing, Minn.
The St. John’s Bible was written and drawn entirely by hand by a team of professional scribes and artists over the course of 15 years.