Biochar Workshop & Artist Talk in Lime Ridge

Biochar Workshop & Artist Talk in Lime Ridge

Posted on Aug 21, 2017 | No Comments

Verge, an art installation seen on the 2016 Farm/Art DTour, returns to the area on August 26-27 with a series of events at the Art Asylum on County Road S, ¼ mile west of Main St.,Lime Ridge. In 2016, artists Sara Black, Amber Ginsburg and Lia Rousset worked with local builders of all skill levels to create […]

Corn-centric weekend

Corn-centric weekend

Posted on Aug 8, 2017 | No Comments

Corn Again/ Maiz de Nuevo, a show curated by Chicago-based artist Catherine Schwalbe, is opening at the Woolen Mill Gallery, 28 E Main St, 2nd floor Reedsburg, on Friday, August 18 from 6-9 pm. Four artists, all of whom have shared more dialogue with corn than with each other, are thrilled to share their work with Wisconsin. This show […]

Zoethica Bio-Inspired Art

Zoethica Bio-Inspired Art

Posted on Apr 3, 2017 | No Comments

At Woolen Mill Gallery, 28 Main Street, Reedsburg, April 7-29, 2017, Tuesday through Thursday from 1:00 to 5:00pm, or by appointment. Wormfarm Institute welcomes artist Peter Krsko, formerly of Washington DC and now relocated to Wonewoc, Wisconsin for the launch of its Test Plots series of exhibits, lectures, workshops and field trips throughout the 2017 […]

DTour Blooms Into a Biennial

DTour Blooms Into a Biennial

Posted on Mar 21, 2017 | No Comments

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, […]

Applications Open for 2017 Residencies

Applications Open for 2017 Residencies

Posted on Dec 3, 2016 | No Comments

We are now accepting residency applications for our 17th year of offering a unique farm-based artist residency. Immerse yourself in sustainable culture in beautiful rural Wisconsin. There is no deadline and we will review applications until the season (May- October 2017) is filled. A Wormfarm Institute residency is an opportunity to focus on your artistry while […]

Fermentation Fest – Past and Future

Fermentation Fest – Past and Future

Posted on Nov 10, 2016 | No Comments

This year’s sixth annual Fermentation Fest once again celebrated the work of artists, famers, poets, bakers, fermenters, chefs, dancers and many more,  in the beautiful working lands of Sauk County. It is impossible to capture all the live culture taking place, but a small selection of photos can be viewed here.   Fermentation Fest has […]

Acknowledged by White House

Acknowledged by White House

Posted on Oct 5, 2016 | No Comments

As we are in the midst of Fermentation Fest, it’s great to see our achievements are being recognised on a national level – The White House Rural Council has included our work as part of the United States Department of Agriculture results. You can read the full article here (we are mentioned about half way […]

2016 Artists in Residence Mid Season Show

2016 Artists in Residence Mid Season Show

Posted on Jul 27, 2016 | No Comments

Join us for a celebration of the work created by Wormfarm Institute’s, 2016 Resident Artists, at our at Woolen Mill Gallery at 28 East Main St  (2nd floor) in Reedsburg.  The show forms part of  Reedikulus Art Crawl  which takes place across Reedsburg on July 29 from 5 to 9pm. This group show will include work by […]

Another Link in the Food Chain

Another Link in the Food Chain

Posted on Jul 26, 2016 | No Comments

As part this year’s Reedikulous Day and just before the Art Crawl on July 29, Wormfarm Institute will convene a gathering of Roadside Culture Stands from 3-7 PM in City Park. Called a Food Chain, it is described as a marketplace of food, art and ideas. Among the featured vendors will be Farm/ Art DTour […]

Wormfarm Institute Unites Farmers, Artists, Public

Wormfarm Institute Unites Farmers, Artists, Public

Posted on May 25, 2016 | No Comments

Wormfarm Institute spotlighted by the UC Food Observer, a daily selection of must-read news on food policy, nutrition, agriculture and more, curated by the University of California as part of its UC Global Food Initiative.