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Event: Films About Food at Maine College of Art: My Father's Garden

Maine College of Art, Osher Hall, Portland

More About Maine College of Art:

MECA is located in the heart of the Portland's Art District. The Institute of Contemporary Art at Maine College of Art (ICA) features leading edge exhibitions and public programs that showcase new perspectives and trends in contemporary art. Open Wed-Sun 11am to 5pm, Thurs 11am to 7pm and First Fridays until 8pm. Admission is free. The College offers a Bachelor of Fine Arts, a Master of Fine Arts, a Post-Baccalaureate in Art Education and Continuing Studies for adults and youth. The Joanne Waxman Library and the Institute of Contemporary Art are free and open to the public.


Two farmers explore the impact of the synthetic chemicals used in agriculture. Can food grow forever in damaged soil? Does farming still require cooperation with nature’s infinite intelligence?

FORAGED: Films About Food and You
A Film Series exploring the origins, challenges and triumphs of the local foods movement. Each film is followed by a facilitated discussion and local snacks by Rosemont Market & Bakery.

FREE but reservations are encouraged at Brown Paper Tickets

All films begin at 4:00PM in Osher Hall at Maine College of Art

Sunday, March 1: My Father’s Garden
Two farmers explore the impact of the synthetic chemicals used in agriculture. Can food grow forever in damaged soil? Does farming still require cooperation with nature’s infinite intelligence?
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522 Congress St
Portland, Maine, 04101
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Two farmers explore the impact of the synthetic chemicals used in agriculture. Can food grow forever in damaged soil? Does farming still require cooperation with nature’s infinite intelligence?

FORAGED: Films About Food and You
A Film Series exploring the origins, challenges and triumphs of the local foods movement. Each film is followed by a facilitated discussion and local snacks by Rosemont Market & Bakery.

FREE but reservations are encouraged at Brown Paper Tickets

All films begin at 4:00PM in Osher Hall at Maine College of Art

Sunday, March 1: My Father’s Garden
Two farmers explore the impact of the synthetic chemicals used in agriculture. Can food grow forever in damaged soil? Does farming still require cooperation with nature’s infinite intelligence?
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