NEW CIDER, THE RESIDENT ARTIST, TO BENEFIT OX-BOW SCHOOL OF ART

We actively encourage our participants to engage across differences in age, regional location, race, and gender identity, learning what it means to be a community by participating in one.” - Ox-Bow School of Art

Our neighbors are special to us. Ox-Bow School of Art was established in 1910 and is situated in Saugatuck, Michigan, just up the road from Virtue Farm. It continues its mission of connecting artists to a network of creative resources, people, and ideas. The campus is an energizing natural environment with a rich artistic history. 

We’re supporting Ox-Bow with a cider called The Resident Artist. The Resident Artist pays homage to Ox-Bow’s residency program that encourages artists from all walks of life to exchange ideas, share meals, and make art together. Twenty-five percent of all bottle sales will directly benefit Ox-Bow School of Art.

The Resident Artist is a hard cider made like wine with Michigan apples and cherries and is 7.9% ABV (alcohol by volume). From the first sip, intense cherry, red apple, and dried fruit hits your palate. Click here to purchase The Resident Artist or visit Virtue Farm to give it a taste.