Public meetings for businesses and communities along the 2015 Farm/Art DTour will take place in Loganville (July 6) and Baraboo (July 7).
The Wormfarm Institute is honored to have been selected for a grant from the Andy Warhol Foundation that will provide program support for the next two years.
The 5th annual Fermentation Fest–A Live Culture convergence was featured in the Chicago Tribune article “Wisconsin farm events take visitors down to earth” by Mary Bergin.
Art of the Rural: Creating Thriving Places Beyond the City explores the connection between art, agriculture, entrepreneurship, and heritage in rural America at Fermentation Fest 2014.
16 artists and collectives have been selected as finalists to create installations for the 2015 Farm/Art DTour.
Eight artists working in various mediums have been selected for residencies at the Wormfarm Institute between May and October.