the North Dakota Museum of Art,
and Grand Forks Public Library
are teaming up to present a new arts program to the community this winter:
Take & Make Art Packs.
The program, which will include both art supplies and instructions for families to create art at home, will be available after November 13, 2020.
Each month’s project will center around a local artist and artistic medium.
The pack will include information about the month’s artist as well as a video tutorial link.
The first project in November features
Grand Forks artist and educator Sheila Dagliesh
and will include supplies to make journals featuring rubbings.
December will feature artist Pirjo Berg
with a modeling clay project.
January will feature artist Karla Nelson
with a watercolor project.
February will feature artist Terri Berg
with a collage project.
Future projects will include, printmaking, paper planes, assorted papers, and yarn.
The first Take & Make Art Pack will be available after November 13th.
Individuals can request and pickup Take & Make Art Packs via:
Grand Forks Public Library:
for current library curbside and in-person hours,
please go to:
North Dakota Museum of Art:
Can be picked up at the front desk during regular hours of
operation, Tuesday, Wednesday and Sunday, 12:00 p.m.-4:00 p.m.
St. Joseph’s Social Care and Thrift Store:
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday. 2:00 p.m.-4:00 p.m.
This project is generously made possible by a grant from the North Dakota State Library, the North Dakota Library Coordinating Council, and ArtWise with support from Alerus Financial, Norman Funeral Home, and Sheila’s Facebook Friends.
For more information about Take & Make Art Packs,
please contact takeNmakeproject@gmail.com.