Seeing Food an Exhibition

Seeing Food featuring the work of 15 Montgomery County artists recently opened at the Kramer Gallery.  Over 100 people attended the reception, including a surprise visit by County Executive Ike Leggett. This exhibition of 40 works reminds visitors of Montgomery County’s agricultural roots and explores the ways in which artists have both viewed and manipulated food in paint, fiber, photographs, glass, video, and poetry.   For a “taste,” watch this slide show and leave us your comments below!

Seeing Food is on view through in the Betty Mae Kramer Gallery through May 24th.

Joe Frandoni, AHCMC Deputy Director, has worked in arts management and advocacy for the past seven years; advocating for expanded cross-cultural dialogue, increasing visibility for artists, and implementing innovative business solutions for cultural nonprofits. Joe earned a Masters Degree in Arts Management from Carnegie Mellon University and a Graduate Degree in Innovation and Organization of Culture and the Arts from the University of Bologna in Bologna Italy.

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