Community Conversation: Hanging and Displaying Your Work and 100DaysProject

You’ve finished your work; now how do you hang and display it? Joseph Nease, owner of the Joseph Nease Gallery in Duluth, and Neil Sherman, Sivertson Gallery framer and winner of the 2019 Grand Marais Arts Festival Best Booth award, will be on hand to give tips and pointers that could apply to hanging or displaying both two and three-dimensional work in a home, gallery, or in an arts festival booth.

This event is free and open to all; no pre-registration is required.

Information about the 100DayProject will also be available at this session. The 100DayProject is a commitment of 100 days of artistic pursuit which launches on January 22, 2020. You will have an opportunity to sign up for the endeavor, receiving group and virtual supports along the way. Anyone who completes 20 or more days of the project is eligible to submit work to a digital exhibition at the finale.

See the 100DayProject FAQ by clicking HERE and the project themes by clicking HERE.


  • January 15, 2020
    12:00 pm - 2:00 pm


120 West 3rd Avenue, PO Box 626, Grand Marais, Minnesota, 55604, United States