I’m a huge fan of Wilder Quarterly. Their publication shares the same guiding principle as Plant Propaganda: a place for those interested in the natural world to be exposed to new ideas, be it art, music, cooking, crafting or travel. Now, the folks at Wilder want to expand their work to encompass a project they’re calling Field Art, and I’m all for it.
Each season, Wilder will select three artists from a single city and provide them with a grant to create a piece of art inspired by that season. Then, four times each year, subscribers to Field Art will receive copies of the season-specific pieces. By helping to Kickstart the Field Art project, you are helping to support the creation and distribution of art, as well as giving back to The National Parks Foundation. Plus, the backer benefits are awesome. For just $10, you receive four digital issues of Wilder Quarterly, which are regularly $5.99 apiece. That’s a savings of over 50%.
To learn more about the Field Art project and become a backer, visit the Kickstarter page. And if you do decide to pledge, I would love it if you contacted me or left a comment. I’d be interested to see how many Plant Propaganda readers contribute to this cause.