fermentation at NCECA
want to meet fellow potters & chat about the relationship between food & fire? Or explore a bit more how culinary traditions & studio practice relate? And specifically, is there a historical connection between potters & fermenters?
if yes or maybe was your answer, then come out to one [or all] the following alternative #NCECA2105 food, fermentation & clay events below....
Whole Foods University Heights Providence
Tuesday . March 24 . 6-8pm
totally free! come try your hand at the gateway drug to fermentation - sauerkraut. Bring your own ceramic vessel and we'll fill it with kraut that you create! Learn about kraut mobs and RSVP here
in conjunction with Pots on Wheels. POW! is a mobile ceramic arts education project - a gallery in a converted van. The kraut mob will be directly outside the Providence Convention Center- the NCECA conference main location
Wednesday . March 25 . 12-2pm
learn to ferment with fellow awesome potters at this *free* fermentation demo. Bring your own ceramic vessel and we'll fill it with kraut that you create!
TBD but likely Wednesday night
yearning for more conversations on the connection between gastronomy & ceramics? Join me for a lightly facilitated & informal discussion on food & clay (and likely fermentation too)
fermentation-themed dinner at a local Providence restaurant: TBD
what is a fermentation crock? what vessles are appropriate? get answers & pick up a handmade pickling crock at the Pots on Wheels crock sale
follow the event socially at #fermentingNCECA