Russian Birch Bark Weaving

MacRostie Art Center

Tuesday, July 28, 2015 - Wednesday, July 29, 2015
MacRostie Art Center 405 NW 1st Ave Grand RapidsMN  55744
Tuesday, July 28, 2015 - Wednesday, July 29, 2015
MacRostie Art Center 405 NW 1st Ave Grand RapidsMN  55744

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What's Included

Instructor: Vladimir Yarish Vladimir Yarish of Novgorod Province, Russia, is a master craftsman and author of a definitive guide to the history and uses of birch bark and instructions for basket-making. This course is suitable for weavers of all skill levels with a variety of projects available to choose from. Students will learn Vladimir's methods for preparing birch bark and creating baskets and other vessels using double-woven construction. Students may register for either Tuesday or Wednesday — or both! Note: there is a materials fee that varies by project from $40 - $175. Come prepared to pay materials fee to instructor at the beginning of class. Ages 14-120!

About This Organizer

MacRostie Art Center is a nonprofit organization dedicated to community growth through the arts in northern Minnesota. The MAC exists to support and advance the work of professional artists in our region and build a community that recognizes, appreciates and celebrates art. We believe that art is central to the quality of life in northern Minnesota – as it is everywhere – and that the artists who create, sell, and exhibit art play a vital role in society. Art is not a luxury, but an important engine for economic growth and community development.


With these values at our core, MacRostie Art Center presents exhibitions, workshops, classes, festivals, lectures, and other activities to engage the community in the arts. We support artists by providing a well-established venue for exhibition and sale of work. We work to keep the arts visible as a defining part of the community.


MacRostie Art Center is an active and involved member of the community that has been our home for over fifty years. We work collaboratively with social groups and agencies, educators, and other arts organizations on projects that reflect our shared objectives. It is the goal of the MAC that our services will reach all segments of the community, our efforts will enhance the status of northern Minnesota as an arts destination, and the artists who live and work here will be supported and valued.

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MacRostie Art Center 405 NW 1st Ave Grand RapidsMN  55744
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