If you think a CSA box of vegetables is fun, imagine a box of art every few months!
For the first time in five years, Springboard for the Arts has brought back their CSA "Comfort, Care and Craft" art boxes, and they go out beginning this winter.
Which means they're in the "request for proposals" stage, looking for artists/creators. You can get all the information here.
Local art facilitators are trying to find ways to get folks making art in person again. Lake Superior Art Glass is offering some opportunities to make your own stunning glass pumpkin; you can find out more about the event coming up on Thursday here.
Tuesday, October 6, you can attend a virtual program with the Franconia Sculpture Park's 2020 Visiting Artist Alberto Aguilar. And then if you're looking for a nice day trip over MEA weekend, you could think about checking out the sculpture park in person.
Finally, you can take in a Google Meets Virtual Gallery Talk September 30th at 6 PM with Chris Allen and Liz Miller, the artists of the exhibition "Malaise."
The event and exhibit (billed as an "exhibit ... rooted in the anxiety and uncertainty of the times") are hosted by the Hutchinson Center for the Arts, and you can find more information here.