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 […]
We are seeking a Residency Manager for the 2019 season. The Artist Residency is Wormfarm’s foundational program and has run for 20 years. We seek a mature, creative, responsible individual to live on the farm, help maintain the facility and ensure the harmonious interactions between the artists and the year round farm-dwellers. This is a […]
Mary Louise Schumacher of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel traveled to the Driftless region for the 2018 Fermentation Fest. Read her full article for the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel here: Thousands journey to Driftless Area for culture, agriculture and political subtext (Milwaukee Journal Sentinel)
On Saturday, July 28, 4-8 p.m., the annual mid-season Wormfarm Resident Artist Show will open at the Woolen Mill Gallery, 28 E Main St (2nd Floor) in Reedsburg. The exhibition is part of the Reedikulus Arts Crawl, a free downtown walking tour organized by Reedsburg ArtsLink, featuring local and regional artists exhibiting in retail spaces, […]
Regional and International Artists Mark the Return of the Farm/Art DTour Suzanne Husky, San Francisco, CA working on Milky Way Farm/Art DTour 2016 After an open call, drawing 60 proposals from eight countries, and a lively exchange among a jury of six arts professionals, the artists of the 2018 Farm/Art DTour have been selected! Six regional and […]
Wormfarm Institute is seeking a Farm/Art DTour Coordinator – a key project position for the 8th annual Fermentation Fest. This position focuses on planning and implementing the Farm/Art DTour and works closely with Program Director, Executive Director and Logistics Coordinator for a smooth running high quality event.