These St. Paul show artists have started producing face masks

These St. Paul show artists have started producing face masks

Published on Sunday, May 10, 2020.
ACC St. Paul show artists making face masks

↑ Minneapolis-based artist Becka Rahn has begun producing face masks in response to the COVID-19 outbreak. Becka will be exhibiting at our St. Paul American Craft Show October 9 – 11, 2020.


We're amazed every day as we see more and more makers adapt their businesses to our changing circumstances during the pandemic. Whether by offering thoughtful online programming that helps communities connect in meaningful ways or by applying their craft skills to meet a new demand for face masks, artists are showing us that craft can be a nimble and vital tool in the face of crisis.

The outbreak has put in-person craft marketplaces on hold for the time being. As such, we've rescheduled our St. Paul American Craft Show for mid-October. Until then, we'll be doing what we can to shine the spotlight on the talented maker-entrepreneurs who will be exhibiting at this show. Over the next several weeks, stop by our St. Paul show online directory as we feature eight new artists each day starting tomorrow.

Check out these St. Paul show artists making masks

To kick off our celebration of St. Paul show artists, we wanted to share a handful of them who have shifted their production to include face masks during the health crisis.

Marla Duran Face Masks

Marla Duran

Bethlehem, Pennsylvania

Rachel Levine Arae Face Masks

Rachel Levine / Arae

Denver, Colorado

Lauren Oland Mezame Designs Face Masks

Lauren Oland / Mezamé Designs

Woodbury, Minnesota

Mary Lynn OShea Face Masks

Mary Lynn O'Shea

Weybridge, Vermont

Becka Rahn Face Masks

Becka Rahn

Minneapolis, Minnesota


Looking for more?

You can browse the work of all of our 2020 American Craft Show artists in our online directories for each show.