Category Archives: Foodprint Project

The Angeleno Bananascape

IMAGE: This iteration of the Foodprint Project logo was designed, as always, by the fantastic Nikki Hiatt. This autumn, Sarah Rich and I will be bringing our Foodprint Project event series to Los Angeles. But first, we decided to try a little crowd-sourcing experiment, which, I’m excited to say, we’re launching today! Inspired by a […]

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Art Meat City

Just a quick note to say that Foodprint Denver, the third event in the Foodprint Project series that Sarah Rich and I co-curate, takes place today! We’ll be at the Denver Museum of Contemporary Art from 4:00 to 6:00 p.m., conducting a back-to-back series of live, quickfire Q&As about the relationship between meat and design […]

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Foodprint City & the Unseen Machine

I’m pretty excited to have a feature published on Urban Omnibus today, in their fabulously named “Unseen Machine” series.

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Let The Countdown Begin: Foodprint Toronto

IMAGE: Picture this former streetcar storage and maintenance facility filled with people who are curious, concerned, and/or enthusiastic about the relationship between food and cities… it’s Foodprint Toronto! Just a quick reminder that Foodprint Toronto takes place this Saturday, between 12:30 and 5:00 p.m. EST, at Artscape Wychwood Barns (map) in Toronto. It’s the second […]

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Save the Date: Foodprint Toronto

IMAGE: Foodprint Toronto (logo designed by the awesomely talented Nikki Hiatt). The sharp-eyed among you — or at least the sharp-eyed among those of you who visit the site rather than reading through RSS — might have noticed the CN Tower has replaced the Empire State Building in the Foodprint logo. It’s true: Sarah Rich […]

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Save the Date! Foodprint NYC

I am incredibly pleased to announce that Edible Geography is poised to make its first foray into the physical world, by co-organising Foodprint NYC, which is itself the first in a series of international conversations about food and the city. The event will take place one month from today, on Saturday, February 27, from 1 […]

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