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All events for Food for Thought Exhibit

February 2020

Food for Thought Exhibit

Date:
Sunday, February 23rd
Time:
10:00 am - 11:30 pm

As part of their coursework in ART 315: Special Topics in Graphic Design, Illinois State University School of Art students created information design posters about one dish from their ancestral country and traced its history, ingredients and relevance. Students conducted research about national identity, pride, language and art. Through conversations with their family, students discovered the significance of the food they had long taken for granted. Each poster expresses the artist’s unique cultural background. Food for Thought invites audiences to…

Food for Thought Exhibit

Date:
Monday, February 24th
Time:
7:00 am - 11:30 pm

As part of their coursework in ART 315: Special Topics in Graphic Design, Illinois State University School of Art students created information design posters about one dish from their ancestral country and traced its history, ingredients and relevance. Students conducted research about national identity, pride, language and art. Through conversations with their family, students discovered the significance of the food they had long taken for granted. Each poster expresses the artist’s unique cultural background. Food for Thought invites audiences to…

Food for Thought Exhibit

Date:
Tuesday, February 25th
Time:
7:00 am - 11:30 pm

As part of their coursework in ART 315: Special Topics in Graphic Design, Illinois State University School of Art students created information design posters about one dish from their ancestral country and traced its history, ingredients and relevance. Students conducted research about national identity, pride, language and art. Through conversations with their family, students discovered the significance of the food they had long taken for granted. Each poster expresses the artist’s unique cultural background. Food for Thought invites audiences to…

Food for Thought Exhibit

Date:
Wednesday, February 26th
Time:
7:00 am - 11:30 pm

As part of their coursework in ART 315: Special Topics in Graphic Design, Illinois State University School of Art students created information design posters about one dish from their ancestral country and traced its history, ingredients and relevance. Students conducted research about national identity, pride, language and art. Through conversations with their family, students discovered the significance of the food they had long taken for granted. Each poster expresses the artist’s unique cultural background. Food for Thought invites audiences to…

Food for Thought Exhibit

Date:
Thursday, February 27th
Time:
7:00 am - 11:30 pm

As part of their coursework in ART 315: Special Topics in Graphic Design, Illinois State University School of Art students created information design posters about one dish from their ancestral country and traced its history, ingredients and relevance. Students conducted research about national identity, pride, language and art. Through conversations with their family, students discovered the significance of the food they had long taken for granted. Each poster expresses the artist’s unique cultural background. Food for Thought invites audiences to…

Food for Thought Exhibit

Date:
Friday, February 28th
Time:
7:00 am - 10:00 pm

As part of their coursework in ART 315: Special Topics in Graphic Design, Illinois State University School of Art students created information design posters about one dish from their ancestral country and traced its history, ingredients and relevance. Students conducted research about national identity, pride, language and art. Through conversations with their family, students discovered the significance of the food they had long taken for granted. Each poster expresses the artist’s unique cultural background. Food for Thought invites audiences to…

Food for Thought Exhibit

Date:
Saturday, February 29th
Time:
10:00 am - 10:00 pm

As part of their coursework in ART 315: Special Topics in Graphic Design, Illinois State University School of Art students created information design posters about one dish from their ancestral country and traced its history, ingredients and relevance. Students conducted research about national identity, pride, language and art. Through conversations with their family, students discovered the significance of the food they had long taken for granted. Each poster expresses the artist’s unique cultural background. Food for Thought invites audiences to…

March 2020

Food for Thought Exhibit

Date:
Sunday, March 1st
Time:
10:00 am - 11:30 pm

As part of their coursework in ART 315: Special Topics in Graphic Design, Illinois State University School of Art students created information design posters about one dish from their ancestral country and traced its history, ingredients and relevance. Students conducted research about national identity, pride, language and art. Through conversations with their family, students discovered the significance of the food they had long taken for granted. Each poster expresses the artist’s unique cultural background. Food for Thought invites audiences to…

Food for Thought Exhibit

Date:
Monday, March 2nd
Time:
7:00 am - 11:30 pm

As part of their coursework in ART 315: Special Topics in Graphic Design, Illinois State University School of Art students created information design posters about one dish from their ancestral country and traced its history, ingredients and relevance. Students conducted research about national identity, pride, language and art. Through conversations with their family, students discovered the significance of the food they had long taken for granted. Each poster expresses the artist’s unique cultural background. Food for Thought invites audiences to…

Food for Thought Exhibit

Date:
Tuesday, March 3rd
Time:
7:00 am - 11:30 pm

As part of their coursework in ART 315: Special Topics in Graphic Design, Illinois State University School of Art students created information design posters about one dish from their ancestral country and traced its history, ingredients and relevance. Students conducted research about national identity, pride, language and art. Through conversations with their family, students discovered the significance of the food they had long taken for granted. Each poster expresses the artist’s unique cultural background. Food for Thought invites audiences to…