If you missed your chance to buy a share in Station North’s Community Supported Art, or CSA, you have another opportunity. The popular program sold out within a week in its first go round, so Station North has increased the second incarnation in size and scope, but the price is still ridiculously low at $350 for six works of art.
If you are not familiar with the program, the Station North CSA is based on the same concept as Community Supported Agriculture: shareholders buy in so that local artists can produce art that the shareholders will select from. Like round one, Station North assembled a jury from the local art community to choose the artists for the program. Season two includes twenty-four artists, up from twelve in season one.  Read on.