Taliesin Preservation’s Wisconsin-based Food Artisan Immersion Program (FAIP) is now accepting applications for the Fall 2021 season.
The program is a seasonal work-study residency on the Taliesin estate with a kitchen garden and supporting curriculum that surveys the cultivation, craft, and community of regionally reliant foodways in southwest Wisconsin’s Driftless region.
FAIP is a survey course, with part-time paid work at Taliesin’s Riverview Terrace Cafe and Frank Lloyd Wright Visitor Center. FAIP gives participants a chance to learn basic food service skills, and share the estate’s unique story with visitors. Supporting curriculum including readings, field trips, and speakers are designed to give a deeper connection to sustainable foodways. This program provides daily practice and experimentation in growing, preparing & serving seasonally-inspired regionally-reliant meals.
The program runs from May through October. Participants will be immersed in and experience the community life in and around Taliesin.
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