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HOT DISH

Hot Dish is a midwinter pottery sale held in person and online.

IN PERSON

Warm up at the beautiful Franconia Commons with new pots from twelve local ceramic artists. Located at Franconia Sculpture Park, this event is approximately one hour northeast of the Twin Cities. Enjoy the pottery, as well as fifty acres of sculpture, a toasty bonfire, and (weather permitting) the Franconia skating rink!

January 22-23 

10 AM - 6 PM 

 Franconia Sculpture Park

 29836 St Croix Trail N, Shafer, MN

 

Masks are required at this indoor event. If you don't have a mask one will be provided for you. If you or someone in your household does not feel well, please stay home and shop online instead. Thank you for helping us make Hot Dish as safe as possible.

ONLINE

We will post a fresh batch of new pots for online shoppers during the Hot Dish sale weekend. Use the directory below to see participating artists and visit their web shops.

JANUARY 22 -23, 2022

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ARTISTS

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LINDA CHRISTIANSON

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GUILLERMO CUELLAR

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LEILA DENECKE

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JANEL JACOBSON

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PETER JADOONATH

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MAGGIE JASZCZAK

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TOM JASZCZAK

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ANI KASTEN

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JEFF OESTREICH

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WILL SWANSON

 
 

ABOUT HOT DISH

Hot Dish is a collaborative pottery sale from a mixed group of emerging, mid-career and established potters.

 

Participants include Linda Christianson, Alana Cuellar, Guillermo Cuellar, Leila Denecke, Nick Earl, Janel Jacobson, Peter Jadoonath, Tom Jaszczak, Maggie Jaszczak, Ani Kasten, Jeff Oestreich and Will Swanson.

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Janel Jacobson, Linda Christianson and Guillermo Cuellar are fiscal year 2021 recipients of a Creative Support for Individuals grant from the Minnesota State Arts Board. This activity is made possible by the voters of Minnesota through a grant from the Minnesota State Arts Board, thanks to an appropriation from the Minnesota State Legislature, and by a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts.