Pratt Presents: Food, Design, and the Future

LOCATION
Higgins Hall Auditorium, 61 St. James Place, Brooklyn Campus
DATE(s)
April 22, 2019 at 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
DETAILS

Pratt Presents is a curated series of high-profile public programs and events that showcase the Institute’s expertise and reputation as a distinguished academic institution, as well as a cultural hub. Pratt Presents lectures, conversations, and performances feature distinguished artists, thinkers, and influencers.

Pratt Presents: Food, Design, and the Future

Co-presented by Pratt’s School of Design
With:
Emilie Baltz, Technologist, Designer, Multi-media Artist
Peter J. Kim, Executive Director, Museum of Food and Drink
LinYee Yuan, Founder and Editor, MOLD magazine
moderated by Anita Cooney, Dean, Pratt Institute School of Design

Free and open to the public; reservations required.

Join us for a conversation about the fascinating relationship between food and design. This panel will feature an exclusive group of design and food-world influencers who will explore the relationship between the culinary and the cultural. The panelists will explore the ways in which food continues to penetrate so many arenas, especially art and design, and what these incursions say about culture. The conversation will also examine what’s new and innovative at the intersection of food and design.

 

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