This Fellowship is to assist the region's most talented Native American artists in furthering their work to fund creative time and/or arts experiences that advance their art form. Each fellow's artwork will be featured in our annual Anishinaabe Arts Initiative exhibit. More info at the application.
(Previously Artist Mentor Grants) provides 8th-12th grade students the opportunity to study art with a practicing professional artist, attend an arts workshop, take a class, or attend an arts camp in the state of Minnesota. Award up to $600.
More info at the application.
Are you new to the Art Fair Circuit? Wondering what it's all about? Kathy Towley shares 20 years of experience in Art and Craft Fairs at this informational class. Learn about applying to craft fairs, display and booth needs, and selling the arts and crafts you create.
Please register for this class
by email, or call (218) 751-5447
Our annual survey will guide Region 2 Arts Council's funding of art programs and projects, and we greatly value your input! It only takes 5 minutes; please share the link with your friends and family in our region.
Arts Learning is a program that offers funding for projects that help lifelong learners acquire knowledge and understanding of and skills in the arts. Projects must provide participatory learning and engage learners with skilled teaching artists and high quality artistic experiences.
The festival explores a variety of fiber arts, including basketry, cavandoli, knitting, needle felting, quilting, rug hooking, spinning, and tatting. There are hands-on demos, educational classes, trunk shows, door prizes, and more.