May art bring you good fortune! Celebrate new beginnings and the 100th anniversary of the Met's Department of Asian Art with traditions from across Asia. Mark the Year of the Ram, one of the twelve animals of the Chinese zodiac, with performances, interactive gallery activities, and artist-led workshops.
Closing bid November 3, 2014, 9:00pm
Public exhibition of the artworks hosted by William Holman Gallery in partnership with Paddle 8.
Feet in 2 Worlds Brings Together Culinary Leaders to Discuss Women, Food and Culture
Seniors Claim the Culinary Spotlight, by Miranda Shafer, Feet in 2 Worlds, August 25, 2014.
The University of Vermont hosts the Joint 2014 Annual Meetings and Conference of the Association for the Study of Food and Society and the Agriculture, Food and Human Values Society this summer. Feed Me a Story looks forward to engaging with scholars, students, food activists, and enthusiasts on topics - local to global - that impact our contemporary food system.
Join Feed Me a Story and Fourth Arts Block for an unveiling of the Feed Me a Story public mural. Contribute to the open potluck and bring a dish that has some meaning to you. Light refreshments will be provided. Open to all ages. This is a free event.
fabLES is a public art series produced by FABnyc to explore the Lower East Side’s living cultural heritage, rich historical legacies, and current issues in public storytelling through visual art.
Feed Me a Story created a 64 x 8 foot billboard consisting of food stories gathered in part from their work at the LaGuardia Senior Center, shared with the public through an interactive installation.
Please RSVP to participate!
Lu Magnus is excited to host the community and media art project Feed me a Story for a celebratory potluck. During their 2014 SPARC Residency, Theresa Loong and Laura Nova of Feed Me a Story have collaborated with the senior citizens at LaGuardia Senior Center to create the Pot Luck Cooking Club. The seniors share stories and dishes that have particular significance. Some of these sensorial memories will be visible at the First Street Green Park's FABLES exhibition which opens on May 10th, curated by the Fourth Arts Block.
We welcome the public to join in for the screening and contribute to this celebratory community potluck by bringing a dish that has personal meaning.
Please RSVP with the name of the dish you will be contributing.
Share Your Recipes Find Feed Me a Story at the Hester Street Fair and share one of your secret family recipes or food memories in exchange for a treat! We'll have the refreshment cart on hand. This special Feed Me a Story is part of the Locating the Sacred Festival, and presented in special partnership with The Treats Truck and Kim Ima. See you Saturday!
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Doughnuts for all on Ellis Island as part of the first ever Artist-in-Residence program at the Statue of Liberty National Monument and Ellis Island. Theresa Loong and Laura Nova will collect stories about food and family history from a refreshment cart that doubles as a media production studio. Passing out doughnuts as Salvation Army volunteers did at the turn of the 20th Century, "Feed Me A Story" will entice the public to share sensorial memories. By answering questions like "What's your oldest family recipe?", "What dish reminds you of home?", "Do you have an ancestor who passed through Ellis Island and shared a recipe with you?", the project incorporates the quintessential immigration experience with cultural history and contemporary influences.
Just as at Brooklyn Museum's First Saturday Action Station, we have orchestrated a team of artists to draw portraits of museum visitors’ last suppers on paper plates. Please join us at The Eldridge Street Museum's annual Egg Rolls & Egg Creams Festival to share you story!
Check us out at our Action station: "The Last Supper" at Brooklyn Museum! We have orchestrated a team of artists to draw portraits of museum visitors’ last suppers on paper plates. Please join us as we invite the public to reflect upon their lives through memories of food.
Photo Credit: Brooklyn Museum