The Fosston Arts & Culture Commission would like to extend an invitation to any artist who would like an opportunity to show, create, sell their craft on September 7 for EPHC Heritage Days. There is no charge for display or table space, but you must provide what you need for table, tent, etc. This outdoor event will run from 9-2pm on the Heritage Park grounds and will coincide with the Forged In Fire event being held on the same day at the Ventures Bar & Grill patio. The day will include:
Ø Live music featuring the Snowmen
Ø Fosston Area Farmers Market
Ø 3rd Annual Forged In Fire Event
Ø Lunch served from 11:30-1pm
Ø Commissioning of the first sculpture for Fosston’s Art & Sculpture Walk at 11am
If interested, please feel free to contact Bonnie at 218-280-9176 or Barbara at 218-309-0029 for more information. Fosston welcomes the opportunity to host regional talent in an effort to promote the arts! Barbara@nwmnhra.org
The Sorenson Gallery, located at the Fosston Library Arts Center, is currently showing beautiful stained glass mosaic pieces created by artist, Dee Dee Narum. Her exhibit will be up through the end of June and can be seen during regular library hours. Dee Dee’s mosaics are available for purchase.
There will be a reception on June 18th, from 5pm-7pm, where you can enjoy some refreshments and meet Dee Dee. Dee explains how she got started creating stained glass mosaics, “After taking a traditional stained glass class, I had a large amount of left over small bits and pieces of glass and someone suggested mosaics.
I love working in anything that is “bits and pieces”, that is why stained glass mosaics is a favorite medium. I love the stained glass look with the flexibility of mosaics. I’m able to repurpose old windows, frames and doors to use as a base.
I’ve been working in mosaics for over a decade and I never get tired of the new ideas I can find.
My bits and pieces love also extends to quilting which I see as a very similar style in a different medium.”
CAMP ART will be offered once again in Hallock for students Kindergarten through 8th grade. Art classes will take place each day with an art show for the public the evening of Thursday, June 27 at 7:00 pm. The focus of CAMP ART this year is moving around with art.
The artists include MN Joe who will teach break dance, Mike Arturi will lead drumming and theater will be taught by Aimee Bryant. For more information about each artist, please visit www.compas.org.
Classes are open to all students enrolled in kindergarten through 8th grade during the 2018-2019 school year. You do not need to attend Kittson Central or live in Kittson County to participate.
If you have questions regarding CAMP ART or would like to enroll, contact Shannon Christenson at 612- 210-1159 or call the school office at 218-843-3682, ext 221 and leave your name and number.
This activity is funded, in part, by a grant from the Northwest Minnesota Arts Council and the Minnesota Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund as appropriated by the Minnesota State Legislature with money from the vote of the people of Minnesota on November 4, 2008.