Friends and Family Weekend

  • June 8 - 9, 2024
  • ACRE Residency

    48193 County Road East
    Steuben, Wisconsin 54657
Ticket Price $525.53-$731.50 This event is now over

Join Us at ACRE for Friends and Family Weekend

Saturday, June 8 - Sunday, June 9, 2024


Ticket proceeds from Friends and Family Weekend directly support the ACRE Residency Program

  • $500 per person
  • $200 add-on for early arrival and Friday (6/7) evening activities

Hosted by ACRE'S Board of Directors, we invite you to join us for the third annual Friends and Family Weekend at the farm and residency in Steuben, Wisconsin. This relaxing and convivial weekend gives ACRE supporters an opportunity to witness the beauty of the Driftless landscape, enjoy delicious farm-to-table dining, and to experience firsthand our multi-faceted residency environment.


Activities and Amenities:

  • Saturday dinner and cocktails by the bonfire
  • Interactive tour of studio facilities
  • Sunday brunch served by ACRE Kitchen
  • Overnight stay in our rustic lodge
  • Additional optional activities include nature walks and board games on the porch

About the Site:

Set on 1,000 acres of wetland, hills, and farmland in the Driftless region of Southwest Wisconsin, ACRE Residency facilities offer expansive communal studio spaces. Sleeping accommodations in the lodge are furnished with private bathrooms, kitchenettes, and porches. ACRE Kitchen prepares meals using local ingredients that support organic and sustainable food producers in the region. 


Confirmed guests will be sent a guest intake form, an informational brochure, and detailed directions to the residency site. 

Date & Time

Jun 8, 2024 11:00 AM - Jun 9, 2024 2:00 PM

Venue Details

ACRE Residency

48193 County Road East
Steuben, Wisconsin 54657 ACRE Residency

ACRE (Artists’ Cooperative Residency & Exhibitions) is an artist-run, community-driven organization that produces programs and initiatives offering resource-sharing, opportunities for professional growth, and the generative connections artists need to thrive. Together we: 

  • Serve artists who are at transformative stages of their practices and careers, by fostering a cooperative, equitable, and inclusive environment for making and presenting art 
  • Center the work and experiences of women, queer and trans people, and artists of color
  • Advance new means of support by nurturing leadership, peer mentors, collaborative networks, and a culture of care
  • Produce programs that make impactful contributions to the arts ecosystem
  • Connect arts workers to resources, each other, and shared causes, promoting solidarity and transformation across working communities