Wisconsin: Making it Home programs, like the Making it Home film festival tour, invite us to get to know each other better, while discovering new things about where we live.
At the film festival events, you'll have opportunities to talk with one another about the world we're a part of, our shared human history on this planet, and find common ground on which to build visions for the future. Making it Home is all about finding ways to live as part of a healthy community.
Key Ingredients: America by Food
is another program of Making it Home. This Smithsonian exhibition will tour to six communities: Reedsburg, Rhinelander, River Falls, Westfield, Brodhead, and Osseo. The exhibition tour will inspire these communities to explore the special connections that exist between Americans and the foods they produce, prepare, preserve, and present at the table. Starting in the fall of 2010, visit all six communities on the Key Ingredients tour: six Wisconsin communities
The Making it Home Film Festivals
kick off in the spring of 2010 and will be in Baraboo
, and the Chequamegon Bay
region (Ashland/Bayfield). Each festival will feature different films and an exciting mix of community-produced events. Get out, see the state, and see how these four Wisconsin cities are Making it Home.
The Making it Home Film Festival tour is proudly supported by the Wisconsin Department of Tourism! Visit www.travelwisconsin.com
The Wisconsin Humanities Council also thanks Wisconsin Public Television and Wisconsin Public Radio for additional support for the Making It Home Film Festivals.
Any views, findings, conclusions or recommendations expressed in films that are screened at the Wisconsin Humanities Council's Making It Home Film Festivals do not necessarily represent those of the Wisconsin Humanities Council, the National Endowment for the Humanities, or any of our sponsors. Their inclusion does not constitute an endorsement.
Preserving Ojibwe Treaty Rights, Collecting Stories amongst Community Gardeners, Theater Performances bringing to Life the CCC Camps of Wisconsin, and more! Click here to read about past WHC funded Making it Home projects.