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E’ giunto il termine della stagione estiva, o per lo meno e’ giunta la  mia partenza. La gelateria Sharbe’ invece chiudera’ il 15 Settembre. Queste sono le ultime immagini di chiusura dei miei sacchetti. Si spengono le luci ma ci rivediamo l’estate prossima stesso mare stessa gelateria!

Ciao!

Imagining new eurasia in Gwangju – South Korea

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Here, There, and Everywhere: Eurasian Cities,
The curatorial team of the Imagining New Eurasia Project would like to invite you to the Private View of the project’s inaugural exhibition Here, There, and Everywhere: Eurasian Cities.
Venue: The Asia Culture Center, ACC Creation, Space 3
(Munhwajeondang-ro 38, Dong-gu, Gwangju, Republic of Korea)
Time: 4-6pm, November 25th, 2015
During the Private View, an exhibition tour will be guided by the Project Director Kyong Park, together with Curator Jihoi Lee and Director of Visualization Jaekyung Jung.
ACC Creation’s opening program ACT Festival will be running from the 25th till the 28th of November. http://actcenter.kr/programs/

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IMAGINING NEW EURASIA, “Here, There, and Everywhere: Eurasian Cities.” Curated by Kyong Park, Jihoi Lee and EunHee Lee, At Asia Culture Center, Gwangju, South Korea, from 25 November 2015 till 5 July 2016.

The call for Imaging New Eurasia arrived shortly after a lunch with senior friends in the Ligurian province of Savona. Like most small Italian towns, its culinary traditions have been resisting, if not discriminating against, foreigner gastronomies. Ping Gusto, a new Asian owned restaurant chain, offers a low-cost, abundant but tasty buffet that provokes provincial taste buds with an Asian-Italian food mingle. A week later I received an email from Change.org, petitioning against made-in-China Italian tomato sauce. Intrigued by the coincidental timing and nature of these events, I followed a chain reaction of curiosities. At the intersection of media, technology, manufactured readymades and handmade traditions lies an essential human and cultural necessity: food. Will healthy old world historical habits succumb to processed modern western markets globalizing our, alas, pixelated senses? A DIY tool kit is the outcome of this exploration complemented by “Fusion”, a 15 minutes video, narrating contrasting opinions.

food not bombs – Keith McHenry too is Hungry for peace

March 23, at noon at the LACC Student Union. Food Not Bombs gives away free, donated food in public. Its local chapters span the globe, providing support after natural disasters as well as meals for the hungry and homeless. McHenry is a well-known activist, and his book Hungry for Peace teaches grass-roots activism.
The lecture will be followed by a reception from 2–4 pm, at the LACC Art Gallery in Da Vinci Hall, where Keith’s watercolors will be included in an exhibit called Art | Food | Activism, with the art collective Fallen Fruit.

     

Artist, activist, and author Keith McHenry
Artist, activist, and author Keith McHenry co-founded Food Not Bombs in Boston with seven friends in 1980. He enjoyed his childhood living at the Grand Canyon, Yosemite, Shenandoah and several other National Parks. Keith studied painting at Boston University and started a graphic design company called Brushfire Graphics.

He has recovered, cooked and shared food with the hungry with Food Not Bombs for over 30 years. Keith was arrested “for making a political statement” by sharing vegan meals in San Francisco, spent a total two years in jail and faced 25 years to life in prison. He has written two books including “Hungry for Peace – How you can help end poverty and war with Food Not Bombs.”

Keith lives with his partner and fellow Food Not Bombs activist, Abbi Samuels, in Santa Cruz, California and at their farm in Taos, New Mexico. He enjoys tending to their gardens, sharing meals with the hungry, maintaining one of the movement’s websites and helping coordinate logistics for Food Not Bombs. He is an experienced public speaker giving presentations at colleges and conferences all over the world. Keith also draws, paints, and writes about social justice issues.

    

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