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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. 

Posted May 12, 2022
by Christine Novotny
Hello everyone! I am about halfway through a five week trip through Scandinavia, where I have the…
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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. 

Posted May 5, 2022
by Emily Derke
I just left Denmark after spending 8 days weaving with willow at Steen Madsen's house. Two other…
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Resident Artisan Nathan White ponders the intersection of drawing and carving, and design and perception, in his latest blog post. 

Posted April 28, 2022
by Nathan White
Over the past couple of years, I’ve been getting into relief carving, mostly just teaching…
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In her latest blog post, Resident Artisan Laura Brown talks about the experience of taking fiber classes at North House and using those opportunities to develop her own teaching practices. 

Posted April 28, 2022
by Laura Brown
While I have been busy in the studio I have been working on some quilt commissions, I have also…
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What does forever mean in fibers? In craft? Is forever a good thing? Resident Artisan Christine Novotny examines these questions in her latest blog post.

Posted March 31, 2022
by Christine Novotny
I hear the phrase often, “oh yes, great investment, this will last you forever.”…
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Work alongside North House staff and volunteers to run a collaborative and dynamic program on the “floating classroom.” We’re hiring a Captain to sail Hjørdis on 2-hour excursions departing from the dock at North House.

Posted March 28, 2022
Schooner Captain Overview The 42’ steel gaff-rigged schooner Hjordis is an important resource…
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Hjordis is out of the water and getting some attention! Take part by helping leather new mast hoops in a free service learning couse April 22–23, part of this year's Volunteer Weekend. (Image credit: Schooner Apollonia - Hudson River Sail Freight).

Posted March 24, 2022

North House's Timber Framing classes this summer will work with logs burned in last year's catastrophic North Shore forest fires. Hear the full story from WTIP.

Posted March 24, 2022
WTIP Story by Joe Friedrichs | March 18, 2022 They could have gone to rot. Or been devoured by bugs.…
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Wood Week with featured Instructor Mary May brought a lifetime of professional carving experience to the brand-new Carver’s Conference along with carving classes galore, and three wonderful webinars.

Posted March 23, 2022
Webinars Nurturing Community at the Maine Coast Craft School The Spirit of Japanese Carpentry The…
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Check out Resident Artist Laura Brown's new article in Northern Wilds magazine about being "indoorsy" and how a love of quilting brought her to Grand Marais.

Posted March 17, 2022
by Laura Brown
My name is Laura and I am indoorsy. Now, I love a good walk or ski in the woods, or a wander along…
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