Panel Discussion and Reception: Art Food Project
- Pratt Manhattan Center, Room 213, adjacent to the gallery
- September 6, 2018 at 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM
The panel will summarize the four editions of the Art Food design incubator (2013-2016) where students from around the world designed ceramic ware to showcase culinary art prepared by cutting-edge food stylists. Learn more about the project’s founding; how it complemented the formal in-school education of students; and how the Polish governmental program, run by Adam Mickiewicz Institute, supports international activities of this kind.
Constantin Boym, (moderator) Chairperson, Industrial Design, Pratt Institute, NYC
Irvin Tepper, Adjunct Professor, Pratt Institute Industrial Design & Fine Arts Departments, NYC
Marek Cecula, Art Food project’s curator, Art Director of Cmielow Design Studio, Poland
Maria Ostrowska, Acting Manager, Polska Design Programme, Adam Mickiewicz Institute, Poland
Amy Seabolt: participant of the 2016 edition, Pratt Institute, NYC
Marta Szostek: participant of the 2013 edition, School of Form, Poznan, Poland
Organized by the Adam Mickiewicz Institute / Culture.pl, Modus Design Marek Cecula Studio, Polish Porcelain Factories “Cmielow” and “Chodziez,” and Cmielow Design Studio.
*Participating programs: School of Form in Poznań, Eugeniusz Geppert Academy of Fine Arts in Wrocław, Academy of Fine Arts in Gdansk, Academy of Fine Arts in Krakow (Poland); Royal College of Arts, Central Saint Martins College (London); and Pratt Institute (USA).
Image Credit: Amy Seabolt, Echo, 2016, industrial porcelain
This event is free and open to the public.
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