Reception for Serving Food Justice & Memefest Residency

Corporate control of food resources has devastating effects on the environment, our health, and our communities. In response, groups around the world are designing utopian alternatives and everyday interventions. Serving Food Justice brings together works addressing these issues.

Created in association with the workshop series Baltimore’s Food Apartheid, the international media and design network Memefest, and food resources organization Baltimore’s Black Yield Institute.

Join the Center for Arts and Media for a reception and discussion about Food Democracy as it relates to campus, Baltimore and global communities.  

Memefest is Goucher College’s 2019-20 Sherman Fairchild Foundation Visiting Artist for Interdisciplinary Digital Arts.

Tuesday, November 19 at 5:30pm to 8:30pm

Meyerhoff Arts Center, Corrin Art Gallery 1021 Dulaney Valley Road

Departments

Academic, Art & Art History, Communication and Media Studies

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