On 15 October, Cedar Marie delivered turkey wild rice soup and sourdough bread for Tara Dirth and Shirley Young at the Young Earth Organics booth at the to the Dane County Farmers Market.
Feeding Ela Orchard 8 October 2016
Or how to eat the alphabet backwards, on a Saturday, in the museum, once the farmers are done @ the Farmers Market. Continue reading
We are excited to report that first the artist meals for farmers have taken place! Continue reading
Foodways Madison is our a year-long exploration of the food systems that shape “how we do food.” This social practice art project includes a residence at the Madison Public Library, a work for the Wisconsin Triennial, and a year-long workshop symposium through the university.
Below you will find a description and listings for some of the Madison events.
SAVE THIS DATE
We’ll be giving a public talk about the complete Foodways project (Germany, Australia, and the United States) in Community Room 301 of the Central Branch of the Madison Public Library on Monday, 14 November at 6:30pm. Continue reading
We’ve returned to Madison, WI, after 18 months abroad, and while we’re still unpacking and finishing up loose ends and documentation from Foodways Melbourne, we’re also already fully immersed in the Foodways Madison project. After focusing on the literal movement of foods (in Darmstadt) and on people’s narratives and language about food in Melbourne, in Madison we’ll be focusing on food systems, from farms to retailers to the waste stream–but also how we can individually understand ourselves as connected to big food systems, and as creators of small food systems.
We’ve posted some pretty substantial posts about the concluding elements of the Foodways Melbourne project.
- Foodways Melbourne Research summarizes our 6 months of inquiry
- Foodways Melbourne Procession & Feast is an account of our spectacle/party for the PSi conference
- Foodways Melbourne Walks shares social documentation of the intimate foodwalks led by Melbourne locals
- Spatula&Barcode at PSi covers a number of other things we did at the conference.
Nothing else to add, really, except to say again, thank you, Melbourne.