FED Workshop – Panel Discussion: The Intersection of Food and Culture
April 10 @ 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
We’re at an interesting point in time where culture and food are part of a global conversation. Ideas are spread widely and freely. In many ways, this is a beautiful way of spreading not only awareness, but also appreciation. However, sometimes it means that lines are crossed, boundaries are disrespected, and things are lost in translation.
As we navigate a time of globalized ideas and broader sharing of cultures, how do we know where the line is and when we’ve crossed it? Let me clarify what we mean by this question.
Food can be deeply personal. It’s also a means for gathering, connecting, and communicating. As we learn more about foreign culture and gain insight to what foods are grown, cooked, and eaten around the world, when and where can we incorporate these findings without appropriating foods that aren’t ours to own.
We invite you to attend a panel discussion on the intersection of food and culture through which we will explore where these lines exist and how to know when we’ve crossed them. Join us for a conversation with 5 local chefs with diverse backgrounds and diverse perspectives on the topic.
This event will be a collaboration with Patagonia and Ruby’s Market. We are joining forces to bring a group of chefs together. The evening will include immigrant and refugee voices, as well as individuals that have been a part of the Denver food scene for longer.
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