This event is SOLD OUT.
The Museum of Food and Drink (MOFAD) presents a panel discussion about technology and the contemporary food system. Panelists will address key questions about the future of food, including:
- Has the industrialization of our food supply been a blessing or a burden?
- What role might design play in envisioning a future of food that is sustainable, equitable, nutritious, and “good” on all counts?
- What role should technology play in our future food supply?
- Are the industrial and artisanal mutually exclusive, and how might we imagine a new food ethic that incorporates the best elements of both?
– Rachel Laudan, food historian and author of Cuisine and Empire: Cooking in World History
– John Coupland, Professor of Food Science, Penn State University; President-Elect, Institute of Food Technologists
– Stefani Bardin, Artist in Residence, Interactive Telecommunications Program, NYU, Part-time Lecturer, The New School
– Tamar Adler, New York Times Columnist and author of An Everlasting Meal
– Dave Arnold, Founder, The Museum of Food and Drink
Heritage Radio Network will be onsite to record this event. We look forward to sharing it at HeritageRadioNetwork.org in the future!