Mining the history of cinema for great struggles of the untamed. By Gary Michael Dault.
The Journal of Wild Culture
Suit Up, Ride Hard, Drink Merrily . . . it's a wooly social
What is revealed as we navigate the wilderness edge? A poem
Using the opportunity of art to break into a Lithuanian prison. By Herbert Wright.
Spinning new cloth . . . unraveling the hard fabric of a globalized economy. By John Davis.
In the right hands, scraps of paper glued together can reward the art-lover with works that stand outside the culture of contemporary visual art. By David Young.
Suit Up, Ride Hard, Drink Merrily . . . it's a wooly social on wheels. By Sophie Kromholz.
Two artists who are partners in work and life tell the story of one partner's final approach to passing. By NOK&T.
"A respect for places and people who have to survive up there . . ." A Canadian painter's empathy for the northern edge. By Chris Lowry.
One of the members of the founding family of The Journal of Wild Culture online remembers her father who passed away ten years ago. By Lisa Wilson.
A philosopher makes the case for thinking of works of art as tools for investigating ourselves. By Alva Noë.
Marchers tap the creative spirit to ignite change. Photo essay by Whitney Smith.