We all share in the act of eating. The topic of food is increasingly complex. Food cultures have deep roots, rich heritages, and increasing diversity, but also inherent controversies associated with eating in a changing world. How do artists express food and food cultures? Whether it’s the depiction of food in their work, or the visual representation of food; artists make connections to food. Concordia College invites artists to submit works that exemplify the theme of food and diversity in any interpretation, representational, abstract, or conceptual. Join us at the table to explore Food for Good, the 2020 topic for the Faith, Reason, and World Affairs symposium.
This year’s juror is Lucy Ganje, University of North Dakota Emeritus Professor. Since 1988 she taught graphic design in both the School of Communication and the Art Department at UND. Ganje received her BA at Black Hills State University and her MFA from the Academy of Art University in San Francisco, California. Her research focuses on graphic design and the letterpress as a political tool.