Project Description

Farming is an important part of glo’s identity as artists living in the American south, making their work on a historic farm re-purposed as a hybrid arts center. The soil is non-judgmental. Farming is a natural path to the people supporting their neighborhood while nurturing identity through bending toiling planting seeds and getting dirty together. Farming is an interior place where young people can free themselves. Farming reminds youth and wise of why our lives are created.
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