AEIVA Inside the Arts featuring Our Culture's Complicated Relationship with Food
Join us for an Inside the Arts event featuring a virtual panel discussion about “Our Culture’s Complicated Relationship with Food” on Tuesday, October 27 at 6pm CT / 7pm ET.
Food industry professionals, scholars, and artists will explore how food intersects various facets of our culture, including nutrition, mental health, cultural traditions, food disparities and more.
Dr. Mary M. Boggiano | UAB Associate Professor of Psychology
Dr. Beth Kitchin | UAB Associate Professor of Nutrition Sciences
Kenneth Moore | Executive Catering Chef, Jefferson State Community College Culinary & Hospitality Institute
Celestia Morgan | Artist, University of Alabama Post-doctoral Research Associate
John Fields | The Lydia Cheney and Jim Sokol Endowed Director of AEIVA
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