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Art @ Garver Feed Mill: Currently on View
Framework: Oil Painting by James Widder
Currently featured in the Garver Atrium in a custom framing structure. The bright works find their inspiration from Madison and can be viewed through February 5th. More about the artist here.
When a Tree Thrives by Kathrine Rosing
This forest of spirit trees currently being installed in the Garver Feed Mill pop-up space laments the loss of old growth forests and examines the invasive species decimating the ash tree population. Intermingled with floating symbols of carbon sequestration and precipitation, the symbolic forest heralds the need to research, protect, and reforest. The installation is part of the upcoming Winter is Alive! city-wide exhibition which opens February 12th. More information can be found here.
Withdrawn by Matthew Vivirito on view through May 31th
This interactive sculpture is constructed from local ash trees, a species enduring a pandemic with no sustainable treatment or cure. The trees are cut to social distance from one another in a scale of miles, not feet. In Withdrawn, the wood still holds the carbon it pulled from our polluted atmosphere while offering sanctuary to us during our pandemic, a place for reflection or a meal as the artist has also hand-crafted a table for two from local ash. Brunch and dinner reservations can be made here for the ultimate in pandemic private dining.
Meet Bethany @ Garver Events
Meet Bethany Jurewicz, Director of Public Programming and Community Outreach at Garver Events. Bethany has a background in art curation, social engagement projects, and community events including the first Femmestival held at Garver Feed Mill.  Prior to working at Garver Events, she developed and executed programming at Overture Center and throughout the state for the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts, and Letters. As the programming director, she believes that creative avenues enable a greater understanding of complex, mundane, and/or challenging subjects and plans to approach community engagement both through traditional talks as well as the visual, performing and culinary arts. You can often find Bethany working in front of a sunny window in Garver's atrium enjoying a Ledger Coffee. She looks forward to the day when you can again join her in our bright, beautiful space! 
Garver Events
Band Practice Space Available
In need of socially distanced band practice? Contact Garver Events! They're renting the atrium by the hour so creatives can come together safely in our wide open space.
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Garver Feed Mill is the anchor location for the upcoming art and climate change festival Winter is Alive! In addition to hosting a handful of indoor and outdoor art installations, Garver's exterior north wall will project virtual and digital projects Wednesday - Saturday evenings over the three week exhibition.
More Information & Scheduled Projections
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