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Food Detectives: Ancient Artwork

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Food Detectives: Ancient Artwork

Lecture & Discussion
Thursday, October 27
6:30 pm
Union South | Check T.I.T.U. for room location
Cost: Free
See what's been cooked in our ancestors' kitchens through historical artwork.

Join WUD Cuisine and UW-Madison Horticulture Professor Jim Nienhius in analyzing historical artwork to see what's been cookin' in our ancestors' kitchens. Approach art in a new way by finding vegetable varieties in: food market and kitchen paintings across multiple time periods and borders. If you're a foodie, art lover, interested in horticulture or any related field, this lecture will be a new and exciting way to explore what vegetables were being prepared in 400 year old kitchens.

Join WUD Cuisine and UW-Madison Horticulture Professor Jim Nienhius in analyzing historical artwork to see what's been cookin' in our ancestors' kitchens. Approach art in a new way by finding vegetable varieties in: food market and kitchen paintings across multiple time periods and borders. If you're a foodie, art lover, interested in horticulture or any related field, this lecture will be a new and exciting way to explore what vegetables were being prepared in 400 year old kitchens.

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