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Minnesota Center for Book Arts invites teaching artists to submit proposals for live, virtual workshops that focus on process, connection, and creativity. We're specifically interested in short workshops (2 hours) that use materials participants can source from their living spaces and grocery stores.

Ideas for topics to consider: 

  • printmaking and papermaking techniques in the kitchen
  • books made from cardboard boxes, objects from nature, and other found materials
  • strategies for developing an artistic practice and developing content
  • projects that focus on connecting with others by sending art in the mail (either exchanges or sending art to those who are particularly isolated) or creating art in neighborhoods

Please feel free to reach out to Anna Bredeson (abredeson@mnbookarts.org) with ideas and questions before submitting a proposal.

We use Submittable to accept and review our submissions.