Food & Feminism in the Present Day
December 2, 2020 - December 11, 2020
From the beginning of human history, women have played a crucial part in food gathering, production, and preparation. These roles have evolved over time, but women remain prominent in today’s foodscape. Join the CCA for a 3-part series of online programming that explores different aspects of food and feminism in the present day. Watch our Instagram for a series of short videos from your community.
01: Feast with Your Eyes: Food Photography with Andi Murphy
December 2, 6 pm MT | Instagram Live
Learn the highlights of capturing your sustenance from behind the lens in this 30-minute workshop with multi-media journalist and podcaster, Andi Murphy.
02: Draw and Eat: Lunch workshop with Liz Brindley
December 8, 12:30 pm MT | Instagram Live
How often do you take a moment to slow down before you eat? What new discoveries might you make by doing so? In this 30 minute session, learn a variety of simple drawing exercises to connect with your food from a fresh perspective. Materials are simply a pen, paper, and your lunch for inspiration.
03: Food & Feminism Speaker Panel: with Gina Rae La Cerva (Feasting Wild), Andi Murphy (Toasted Sister Podcast), and Paula Garcia (NM Acequia Association)
December 11, 6 pm MT | Webinar
From preserving heirloom seeds and sharing indigenous knowledge to community education and managing the water resources in our acequia systems, these local ladies have important jobs, and messages to share.