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  • Wed, February 24, 2021 1:10 PM | Kathy Fox-Weinberg (Administrator)

    From: Cook County Chamber <ccchamber@boreal.org>

    Date: Fri, Feb 19, 2021 at 2:57 PM
    Subject: Seeking grant applications for the 2021 Great Place Project
    To: Cook County Chamber <ccchamber@boreal.org>

    Please share this information widely:



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    Jim Boyd
    Executive Director
    Cook County Chamber of Commerce
    P.O. Box 805 
    Grand Marais, MN 55604

    218-370-9665 (office/cell)
    218-387-2466 (home)

    ccchamber@boreal.org

  • Tue, December 15, 2020 5:41 PM | Kathy Fox-Weinberg (Administrator)

    Artists participating in the 100Day Project will meet December 21, 2020 via Zoom to organize nd begin.  If you missed the sign-up, there is still time.  Go to Events and register.  We’ll send a Zoom link.  

    Why do this?

    To grow a creative habit.
    To exercise the right side of the brain – to expand your capacity for innovation, imagination, and problem solving.
    To grow discipline and resilience by engaging in a regular practice of creativity for a period of 100 days.
    To reinvigorate your creative life through exploration and permission to play for 100 days.
    To discover the value of practice and how breakthroughs often happen by making a commitment and sticking to it.
    To challenge a limiting belief about your creative nature.
    To challenge a limiting belief about commitment.
  • Wed, November 25, 2020 2:22 PM | Kathy Fox-Weinberg (Administrator)

    For artists wanting more information on Sales Tax in Minnesota

    MN Dept Revenue

  • Fri, November 20, 2020 11:39 PM | Kathy Fox-Weinberg (Administrator)
  • Sat, November 14, 2020 12:54 PM | Kathy Fox-Weinberg (Administrator)

    European buckthorn is beautiful wood, although hated for its invasive perseverance. This small crotch was turned yesterday (end-grain) along the axis of the main log. This gives an interesting winged bowl that contains the piths or centers of all three branches. The bowl has a maximum diameter of 12" from wing tip to wing tip, 6" high, and 1/4" wall thickness. I love experimenting with different ways to turn unusual pieces of wood. If you are interested in details about the turning of this bowl, go to my blog post: https://www.loupignoletbowls2.com/single-post/an-interesting-end-grain-turning-of-a-crotch

  • Mon, September 14, 2020 3:27 PM | Kathy Fox-Weinberg (Administrator)

    News Release for Immediate Release

    Contact:  Kathy Fox Weinberg

    email:  klweinberg@gmail.com

    Cell 651-328-0204

    Sent to:  ARAC, Springboard for the Arts, WTIP, Cook County News Herald, Northern Wilds

    North Shore Artists League Goes Online 

    The impact of Covid-19 has been felt by the North Shore Artists League on both their ability to meet and the cancellation of art show opportunities and sales potential.  In response, the League took on two projects:  1)  to meet online via Zoom and 2)  to bring up a website so members could connect, have pop-up art shows and online sales.   

    The League met with Linda Jurek, Executive Director, of Visit Cook County and secured promotion into Greater Minnesota - but the League needed to manage their own directory of information.  A website seemed the obvious solution.  “In the time of Covid, “Plan B’s” are critical to any business”, says Kathy Fox Weinberg, founding member of the League.  “Knowing this, we broadened the website to include an Online Gallery and Shop for special events”.  Several of the juried artists and guest artists for Fall Art Along the Lake Open Studio 2020 are already placing their art into the online gallery as some studios either can’t be open or for personal health reasons.  Fox had received emergency funds from the Arrowhead Regional Arts Council and from Springboard for the Arts and decided to commit the funds to both a Zoom account for League use and to the software to build out a multi-function website.  “It’s been a big task in a short amount of time”, says Fox, “but we are now ready for prime-time!”   Fox notes, “Any member can now have choices to sell online as well as promote their own art website or the galleries that represent them”.  The website is also a great communication tool for League members.

    Future vision for the website includes sales of art, pop-up shows and fund raisers for the community, as well as online shows synchronized to live art gallery shows.  We also want to support the hobbyist or seasonal artist where managing their own website may not be necessary.

    Visitors and local residents are encouraged to visit the The North Shore Artists League website at www.northshoreartistsleague.org.  Fox says, “You may just find that gift or art piece you have been looking for.”

    The Art Along the Lake Online Gallery may be found at:

     www.northshoreartistsleague.org/AAL-online-gallery 

    The North Shore Artists League,“by artists for artists”, was organized in January, 2019.  The League currently represents over 65 artists and galleries who are inspired by Lake Superior, her geography and the culture of the North Shore Communities.  The mission of the League is to bring artists together with each other and with opportunities to inspire, create, learn and engage with this special place in which they create.  Self-declared artists of all fine art mediums and levels of experience who live in Cook and Lake Counties, The Grand Portage Ojibwe, and our Canadian friends are welcome.  For more information visit the website at www.northshoreartistsleague.org.  


  • Sun, September 13, 2020 4:25 PM | Maggie Anderson

    Hello NSAL artists,

    I want to remind everyone that there are lots of opportunities in the West End of Cook County for display and sales.  I was just contacted again by Lori Schaefer of Blue Fin who really wants artists' work/show for the fall but hasn't gotten any inquiries. She is ready to go.

    Please see Call to Artists to find a list of opportunities and details.

    Maggie

  • Thu, September 03, 2020 10:33 AM | Kathy Fox-Weinberg (Administrator)

    Artists may want to be aware of the work being done by CEC.  This group is planning the Hwy 61 corridor, kiosks, and public art.

    The planning document for the Creative Economic Collaboration may be found at

    Creative Economic Collaboration 



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