The Farm/Art DTour is a 50-mile, self-guided drive through the beautiful working lands of Sauk County, Wisconsin, punctuated by Art Works (large-scale temporary art installations), Field Notes (interpretive signage), pasture performances, roadside poetry, local food, and more. The DTour is part of Fermentation Fest – A Live Culture Convergence including classes, workshops, and art events celebrating live culture in all its forms.
Sauk County has predicted the winner of Wisconsin’s electoral votes in nine of the past 10 presidential elections. As many as a dozen states could be up for grabs next year as economic and international uncertainty pairs with a cauldron of domestic discontent in government. Interviews with two dozen strategists, political scientists and observers show […]
We look for artists and writers with an interest in sustainable systems and our place in the natural world. Our season runs from May through October and we can host up to three artists at a time, with residencies running from one to five months. A Wormfarm Residency is not a retreat, but rather an […]
It’s been an amazing six-years watching the Farm/Art DTour grow. We began with the seed of an idea in 2010 and by 2016 had evolved to a 53-mile route with dozens of map stops attracting over 20,000 visitors over ten days. DTourists came by car, bike, horse-drawn buggy. They came for one day or several, […]
Jeffery Brown of PBS Newshour recently visited Reedsburg for Fermentation Fest as part of the ‘American Creators’ series. Watch the video below: This festival aims to bridge the urban-rural political divide ‘in a time of rot’ (PBS Newshour)
Regina Flanagan of St. Paul, Minnesota visited Fermentation Fest this year and wrote about her experiences in Art • Landscape • Design LLC Travel Log. Read the full article here: Landmarking: Farmers and Artists Collaborate with the Land