Thursday, November 15, 2018

Roadside Snacks Closes At The Art Car Museum

As November 18th rolls closer in the unstoppable march of time, the staff at NFI have elected to post this short documentary video of the NFI Lab Sample: Orange Monte Carlo to commemorate the closing of the Roadside Snacks exhibition at the Art Car Museum in Houston.

This exhibition has been a pivotal event in the NFI public outreach initiative, with an overwhelming response by public at large. NFI is most grateful to the Art Car Museum for inviting us to be part of their twenty year anniversary. The staff at ACM have been so helpful and receptive to the challenges of displaying a pseudoscience based exhibition in their wonderful museum. Our hats are off to you all.

On a side note: This is the first video that NFI has posted using the Blogger Video link so let's see if it works....

Friday, August 24, 2018

The Nomadic Fungi Summer Tour

If you feel like you're seeing Nomadic Fungi everywhere you look, Your Right!

NFI has two exhibitions running simultaneously this summer. Roadside Snacks is on display at the Art Car Museum in Houston, Texas as part of their 20 year celebration. And Nomadic Fungi: Germination To Propagation is on display at the Texas Discovery Gardens at Fair Park in Dallas, Texas as part of their State Fair of Texas celebration of nature and art.

Roadside Snacks
Art Car Museum
140 Heights Blvd.
Houston TX 77007
June 3rd - Nov 28th 2018
Open Wed - Sun 11:00am - 6:00pm

Nomadic Fungi: Germination to Propagation
Texas Discovery Gardens at Fair Park
3601 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd
Dallas Tx. 75210
Aug 11th - Oct 28th 2018
Open daily from 10:00am - 5:00pm

Thursday, July 19, 2018

Nomadic Fungi: Germination to Propagation Exhibition

The newest exhibition by NFI opens at the Texas Discovery Gardens at Fair Park on Saturday, Aug 11th 1:00- 4:00pm. The exhibit will run from Aug 4th - Oct 28th.

In the honored tradition of State Fair sideshow barkers ...

Step right up and see giant fungi eat cars right before your very eyes! These remarkable oddities of nature will thrill and chill you with their voracious appetite for automobiles. See the future of our civilization disappear as these mutated mushrooms eat car after car after car. Will anything stop these carnivore fungi before it's too late? Are we doomed to return to the days of horse drawn wagons? Is your car at this very moment being infiltrated by this sly predator?  Or is your car already being consumed from the inside?

The Nomadic Fungi Institute is thrilled to present:
Nomadic Fungi: Germination to Propagation

Nomadic Fungi are a mutated species that have functionally adapted to feed on automobiles. They have the capacity to infiltrate cars and extract nutrients directly from them by rapidly biodegrading materials made from oil, plastic and synthetic rubber. These voracious fungi constitute a serious threat to our nation’s transportation system and ultimately to the American way of life. This exhibition at the Texas Discovery Gardens brings together the most comprehensive collection of information currently available about the growth and propagation of nomadic fungi.

For the full Press Release and photographs please visit the NFI Press Page
Opening Saturday Aug 11th 1:00- 4:00pm.
Runs from Aug 11th - Oct. 28th, 2018.

Fair Park
3601 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd
Dallas TX. 75210
TDG is open daily from 10:00am - 5:00pm

Tuesday, June 26, 2018

Roadside Snacks Opening Night

Roadside Snacks, the newest exhibition by the Nomadic Fungi Institute drew a horde of curious supporters as part of the Art Car Museum's 20th year celebration.


The founder of the Institute, Dr. B F Smith was in attendance to answer questions about the exhibit and the characteristics of Nomadic Fungi. Below are snippets from his impression of the opening event:

I was most encouraged by the number of interested responses ... there were loads of questions with some people coming back two even three times with more queries. It seemed most people were curious how exactly nomadic fungi might impact their lives.             

Art Car Museum
Yes, I think some people were initially taken aback upon encountering a science based exhibition at an art museum. But once they started looking and reading they quickly realized the significance of the exhibition.

It was gratifying to witness so many people taking time to closely examine the the NFI lab samples and read the documentation.

Texas Art Gallery
Overall, I felt the opening at the Art Car Museum was quite exciting. And as the exhibit shows through August, I hope it will continue to increase public awareness of nomadic fungi.

My sincere thanks to the Art Car Museum for providing NFI with this opportunity.

Texas Artist

Houston Art Galleries

Roadside Snacks will be on display at the Art Car Museum from June 11th- Nov 28th 2018.

For more information about the Nomadic Fungi Institute sign up for the NFI news posts at the World Of Nomadic

Monday, May 14, 2018

NFI Roadside Snacks at the Art Car Museum

As part of their twenty year anniversary celebration, the Art Car Museum has asked the Nomadic Fungi Institute to install a new exhibition in their gallery. Below is the press release:

The Nomadic Fungi Institute presents, Roadside Snacks, a survey of eyewitness accounts and laboratory tests pertaining to the proliferation of nomadic fungi. The Nomadic Fungi Institute is a pseudoscience based "Institution" established to investigate and document sightings of giant mushrooms growing on automobiles.

Also on display will be the latest NFI laboratory experiments to ascertain the probability and rate at which these parasitic fungi will spread and inevitably impact the American transportation system. Dr. Brad Ford Smith, founded the Nomadic Fungi Institute in 2013 and has been fastidiously pursuing all leads pertaining to these mutated fungi.

The opening is Saturday, June 3rd and has been extended through Nov 28th. Drop by and find out if you should be concerned about the knocking under your hood.

Roadside Snacks
Art Car Museum
140 Heights Blvd.
Houston TX 77007
June 3rd - Nov 28th 2018
open Wed - Sun 11:00am - 6:oopm