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iEAR Presents StoryHarvest Saturday, October 15

iEAR Presents! will host “StoryHarvest: A Celebration of Art and Food From Seed to Table” on Saturday, Oct. 15, from 4-7 p.m., at Collard City Growers. Ellie Markovitch, a Brazilian-American artist, has invited the community to join in a harvest celebration followed by a community potluck dinner.

StoryHarvest is an event where people can enjoy communal stew making and share in a potluck dinner, with music and cooking by local chefs and growers, including a multimedia exhibition by Markovitch at Sanctuary Cafe.

Markovitch, an electronic arts MFA candidate at Rensselaer, is a photojournalist looking for new and innovative ways to tell stories. Her particular interest is using food as a tool to build community and relationships. She captures the powerful influence cooking and eating has among people and the community within her many multimedia projects located on her website at http://storycooking.com.

iEAR Presents! is a series of public performances, exhibitions, screenings, and lectures that seeks to bring artists into a creative dialogue regarding integrated electronic arts practice and theory. The event is free and open to the public. Collard City Growers is located at 3337 6th Ave., Troy. For directions or more information, visit www.arts.rpi.edu or call 276-4829.

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Inside Rensselaer
Volume 5, Number 15, October 7, 2011
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