Or, how to use color to counter cold-season induced emotional misery.
A tale of many layers and of life journeys.
The fourth soup-making event of the season took place on January 11, gathering visual artist / jewelry designer Tia Keo and artist / botanist / educator Sarah Nassif.
Or how to find warmth in simple gifts and great delight in treading unfamiliar territories.
An account in semi-regular prose of a soup-making night in Saint Paul, Minnesota.
Or how WARM TUNES and shared STORIES can zest up your winter.
2019 Monarch Festival – Sept 7 This year, we will be folding paper flowers and distributing native flower seeds. Like … More
Who doesn’t love live music, art and good food? Come party with purpose on August 25th, at the Food Building … More
The Folding Bee team will be spreading seeds and paper flowers all around the Twin cities metro area during the … More
41 ounces. Roughly 1.2 kilograms. That’s the amount of junk mail that found its way to our mailbox from March … More
During my third, interminable winter in Minnesota, I realized that Spring could be more of a state of mind, that one could maybe trigger by taking action.