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Rosemaling Coast To Coast

June 26, 2018 - June 28, 2018

Rosemaling Coast to Coast was started as an idea from artists with a deep love of rosemaling in 2016. This incredible idea got artists talking around the nation. Rosemaling Coast to Coast received its non-profit status in April of 2017 and started recruiting a leadership team and members to join the incredible movement. The idea was to get rosemalers around the nation into one place, at one time. Think about it. The west-coast creativity, the southern artistry, the eastern originality, the northern inspiration and the midwestern imagination all in one place. It is bound to be ahhhh-mazing!

The conference will be held in June 26 – 28, 2018 in Decorah, Iowa, the home of the Vesterheim: The National Norwegian-American Museum and Luther College. We will gather at Luther College, for the convention.

Artists will have an opportunity to gather in painting communities, share style ideas, take classes, visit the Vesterheim museum, take in the sights around Decorah (including the famous Eagles), as well as having many opportunities to grow in their craft.

For more information: https://sites.google.com/view/rosemalingcoasttocoast/about-us

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Start:
June 26, 2018
End:
June 28, 2018

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“An excerpt from a research paper written by a high school student:     I don't have the privilege to remember my great-grandfather Wallace, and sadly never had the chance to appreciate knowing my great-grandmother Inga-as she passed away when I was too young to realize how much I could gain from getting to know her. Thanks to their daughter (my great-aunt Carol Culbertson), I was lucky enough to have extensive knowledge of both of their lives...... I conclude my project, in the peace of mind and knowledge that this great man lived a full and prosperous life, with not a moment of passion wasted.”

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