Food Art Week

Food Art Week Food Art Week is a non-profit project created by artist Tainá Guedes in 2015. It brings together artists, chefs, environmentalists, thinkers, makers, activists, for positive social and environmental change.
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We are a food art festival addressing social, political and environmental issues, building up local and international community to promote positive changes in our environment and society. Join us!

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@tataisgram Founder of @foodartweek is guest of #anythingbutsquare podcast by Jessie Alice @leftoverloversfood at Fed Sq...
18/09/2020

@tataisgram Founder of @foodartweek is guest of #anythingbutsquare podcast by Jessie Alice @leftoverloversfood at Fed Square @fed.square in Australia

Listen to the conversation: https://fedsquare.com/events/podcast-sustainable-september-with-food-art-weeks-taina-guedes/

„The Food Art Week is a food and art festival initiated by Tainá Guedes. The event was born in Berlin, the capital of innovation, creativity good food and sustainable projects. Fed Square plays host to their work as part of our Sustainable September initiative. We sit down with Tainá to talk about art, food, and how she uses these mediums to educate people about sustainability, and the current state of our planet.“

Thank you Jessie and Team! 👏👏👏👏

📸 @fabricelabit 💛

#foodart #foodartweek #fawaustralia #podcast #podcastersofinstagram #podcastaustralia #sustainableseptember #anythingbutsquare

@tataisgram Founder of @foodartweek is guest of #anythingbutsquare podcast by Jessie Alice @leftoverloversfood at Fed Sq...
18/09/2020

@tataisgram Founder of @foodartweek is guest of #anythingbutsquare podcast by Jessie Alice @leftoverloversfood at Fed Square @fed.square in Australia

Listen to the conversation: https://fedsquare.com/events/podcast-sustainable-september-with-food-art-weeks-taina-guedes/

„The Food Art Week is a food and art festival initiated by Tainá Guedes. The event was born in Berlin, the capital of innovation, creativity good food and sustainable projects. Fed Square plays host to their work as part of our Sustainable September initiative. We sit down with Tainá to talk about art, food, and how she uses these mediums to educate people about sustainability, and the current state of our planet.“

Thank you Jessie and Team! 👏👏👏👏

#foodart #foodartweek #fawaustralia #podcast #podcastersofinstagram #podcastaustralia #sustainableseptember #anythingbutsquare

@tataisgram Founder of @foodartweek is guest of #anythingbutsquare podcast by Jessie Alice @leftoverloversfood at Fed Sq...
18/09/2020

@tataisgram Founder of @foodartweek is guest of #anythingbutsquare podcast by Jessie Alice @leftoverloversfood at Fed Square @fed.square in Australia

Listen to the conversation: https://fedsquare.com/events/podcast-sustainable-september-with-food-art-weeks-taina-guedes/

„The Food Art Week is a food and art festival initiated by Tainá Guedes. The event was born in Berlin, the capital of innovation, creativity good food and sustainable projects. Fed Square plays host to their work as part of our Sustainable September initiative. We sit down with Tainá to talk about art, food, and how she uses these mediums to educate people about sustainability, and the current state of our planet.“

Thank you Jessie and Team! 👏👏👏👏

📸 @fabricelabit 💛

#foodart #foodartweek #fawaustralia #podcast #podcastersofinstagram #podcastaustralia #sustainableseptember #anythingbutsquare

Thank you Jessie and Fed Square team for this mindful conversation about the past and the future of Food Art Week. https...
16/09/2020
Podcast: Sustainable September with Food Art Week's Tainá Guedes - Fed Square, Melbourne Australia

Thank you Jessie and Fed Square team for this mindful conversation about the past and the future of Food Art Week.

https://fedsquare.com/events/podcast-sustainable-september-with-food-art-weeks-taina-guedes/?mc_cid=7781704148&mc_eid=f522ebdd38

The Food Art Week is a food and art festival initiated by Tainá Guedes. The event was born in Berlin, the capital of innovation, creativity good food and sustainable projects. ...

In May 2020 DLISH Magazine in partnership with FOOD ART WEEK invited artists and designers from around to world to creat...
07/09/2020

In May 2020 DLISH Magazine in partnership with FOOD ART WEEK invited artists and designers from around to world to create art using food. The FOODART Project encouraged participants to share a positive message about our planet as well as the important role each individual plays in the preservation of nature and all its blessings.
 
Mindful, talented artists from around the world submitted drawings, still lifes, photographs and videos to express their ideas and inspire effective change:  Phina Hansen, Lígia Milagres, Iuri Kothe, Ivana Carmen Mottola, founder of Design Food House, Vidhya Kashyap and Giovanni Giorgi.
 
Among the many exceptionally creative submissions, on July 5, 2020 we announced the winner of the FOODART challenge - Elvira Bloise. Her work, Designed by Nature, Preserved by Humans, uses seeds placed on pedestals in order to convey the simple, yet powerful significance of nature. Bloise communicates a clear and direct message to us all – there is no art more beautiful or more important than nature and it is our innate duty to preserve this lifeline.
 
DLISH and FOOD ART WEEK spoke with Bloise about the inspiration behind her work, her thought process and the importance of art and design in food.

Read the inspiring interview with @elvira.blo_designandfeed at @dlish.us online magazine: https://dlish.us/blogs/news/elvira-bloise

🌱🌱🌱🌱🌱

#foodartchallenge #foodart #fooddesign #food #art #sustainability #positivechange #dlishus #elvirabloise #nonpaidpartnership

In May 2020 DLISH Magazine in partnership with FOOD ART WEEK invited artists and designers from around to world to creat...
07/09/2020

In May 2020 DLISH Magazine in partnership with FOOD ART WEEK invited artists and designers from around to world to create art using food. The FOODART Project encouraged participants to share a positive message about our planet as well as the important role each individual plays in the preservation of nature and all its blessings.
 
Mindful, talented artists from around the world submitted drawings, still lifes, photographs and videos to express their ideas and inspire effective change:  Phina Hansen, Lígia Milagres, Iuri Kothe, Ivana Carmen Mottola, founder of Design Food House, Vidhya Kashyap and Giovanni Giorgi.
 
Among the many exceptionally creative submissions, on July 5, 2020 we announced the winner of the FOODART challenge - Elvira Bloise. Her work, Designed by Nature, Preserved by Humans, uses seeds placed on pedestals in order to convey the simple, yet powerful significance of nature. Bloise communicates a clear and direct message to us all – there is no art more beautiful or more important than nature and it is our innate duty to preserve this lifeline.
 
DLISH and FOOD ART WEEK spoke with Bloise about the inspiration behind her work, her thought process and the importance of art and design in food.

Read the inspiring interview with @elvira.blo_designandfeed at @dlish.us online magazine: https://dlish.us/blogs/news/elvira-bloise

🌱🌱🌱🌱🌱

#foodartchallenge #foodart #fooddesign #food #art #sustainability #positivechange #dlishus #elvirabloise

In May 2020 DLISH Magazine in partnership with FOOD ART WEEK invited artists and designers from around to world to creat...
07/09/2020

In May 2020 DLISH Magazine in partnership with FOOD ART WEEK invited artists and designers from around to world to create art using food. The FOODART Project encouraged participants to share a positive message about our planet as well as the important role each individual plays in the preservation of nature and all its blessings.
 
Mindful, talented artists from around the world submitted drawings, still lifes, photographs and videos to express their ideas and inspire effective change:  Phina Hansen, Lígia Milagres, Iuri Kothe, Ivana Carmen Mottola, founder of Design Food House, Vidhya Kashyap and Giovanni Giorgi.
 
Among the many exceptionally creative submissions, on July 5, 2020 we announced the winner of the FOODART challenge - Elvira Bloise. Her work, Designed by Nature, Preserved by Humans, uses seeds placed on pedestals in order to convey the simple, yet powerful significance of nature. Bloise communicates a clear and direct message to us all – there is no art more beautiful or more important than nature and it is our innate duty to preserve this lifeline.
 
DLISH and FOOD ART WEEK spoke with Bloise about the inspiration behind her work, her thought process and the importance of art and design in food.

Read the inspiring interview with @elvira.blo_designandfeed at @dlish.us online magazine: https://dlish.us/blogs/news/elvira-bloise

🌱🌱🌱🌱🌱

#foodartchallenge #foodart #fooddesign #food #art #sustainability #positivechange #dlishus #elvirabloise

Don’t miss FOOD ART WEEK at @fed.square Watch @ilan_katin video art FUTURETUS and get inspired!A selection of videos of ...
02/09/2020

Don’t miss FOOD ART WEEK at @fed.square

Watch @ilan_katin video art FUTURETUS and get inspired!

A selection of videos of this year Food Art Week SEEDS, curated by Tainá Guedes @tataisgram are scheduled to play the whole month of September at FED SQUARE @fed.square , Melbourne digital platform.

Screenings are planned everyday!

Program:
1. Food Art Week Film by Niki Indjov, 2020, 3'39"
2. Taina Guedes, SEEDS, 8'28"
3. Shahar Marcus, Seeds, 5'03"
4. ilan Katin, FUTURETUS, 5'23"
5. Amadeus Lindemann, Jack And The Four Beans, 5'06"
6. Maria Kossak, Secret of The Seeds, 1'07"
7. Agnes Friedrich, Seeds, 3'10"

Tainá Guedes, artist and founder of FAW will be also participating at FED. SQUARE podcast "Anything but Square". Follow FED. SQUARE on Social Media for the exact date and time. All this is part of their Sustainable September Program, which is looking amazing!

Federation Square is a venue for arts, culture and public events on the edge of the Melbourne central business district. It covers an area of 3.2 ha. It incorporates major cultural institutions such as the Ian Potter Centre, Australian Centre for the Moving Image (ACMI) and the Koorie Heritage Trust as well as cafes and bars in a series of buildings centred around a large paved square, and a glass walled atrium.

A key part of the plaza design is its large and fixed public television screen, it is currently the biggest broadcasting screen in Australia.

Since opening in 2002, Fed Square has seen more than 100 million visits and been named the 6th Best Public Square in the World. It is recognised internationally as a contemporary world site and Melbourne’s inspirational public space.

More at: www.fedsquare.com/events/food-art-week

#fedsquaremelbourne #fedsquare #faw2020 #fawaustralia #fawseeds #sustainableseptember #australia #inspirationalplaces #food #art #sustainability #positivechange

Don’t miss FOOD ART WEEK at @fed.square Tune in to watch the video of Shahar Marcus @shahar._marcus Seeds 🌱A selection o...
02/09/2020

Don’t miss FOOD ART WEEK at @fed.square

Tune in to watch the video of Shahar Marcus @shahar._marcus Seeds 🌱

A selection of videos of this year Food Art Week SEEDS, curated by Tainá Guedes @tataisgram are scheduled to play the whole month of September at FED SQUARE @fed.square , Melbourne digital platform.

Screenings are planned everyday!

Program:
1. Food Art Week Film by Niki Indjov, 2020, 3'39"
2. Taina Guedes, SEEDS, 8'28"
3. Shahar Marcus, Seeds, 5'03"
4. ilan Katin, FUTURETUS, 5'23"
5. Amadeus Lindemann, Jack And The Four Beans, 5'06"
6. Maria Kossak, Secret of The Seeds, 1'07"
7. Agnes Friedrich, Seeds, 3'10"

Tainá Guedes, artist and founder of FAW will be also participating at FED. SQUARE podcast "Anything but Square". Follow FED. SQUARE on Social Media for the exact date and time. All this is part of their Sustainable September Program, which is looking amazing!

Federation Square is a venue for arts, culture and public events on the edge of the Melbourne central business district. It covers an area of 3.2 ha. It incorporates major cultural institutions such as the Ian Potter Centre, Australian Centre for the Moving Image (ACMI) and the Koorie Heritage Trust as well as cafes and bars in a series of buildings centred around a large paved square, and a glass walled atrium.

A key part of the plaza design is its large and fixed public television screen, it is currently the biggest broadcasting screen in Australia.

Since opening in 2002, Fed Square has seen more than 100 million visits and been named the 6th Best Public Square in the World. It is recognised internationally as a contemporary world site and Melbourne’s inspirational public space.

More at: www.fedsquare.com/events/food-art-week

#fedsquaremelbourne #fedsquare #faw2020 #fawaustralia #fawseeds #sustainableseptember #australia #inspirationalplaces #food #art #sustainability #positivechange

Don’t miss FOOD ART WEEK at @fed.square Watch online the video that @agnesfriedrich @agnesiv_ did specially for us!A sel...
02/09/2020

Don’t miss FOOD ART WEEK at @fed.square

Watch online the video that @agnesfriedrich @agnesiv_ did specially for us!

A selection of videos of this year Food Art Week SEEDS, curated by Tainá Guedes @tataisgram are scheduled to play the whole month of September at FED SQUARE @fed.square , Melbourne digital platform.

Screenings are planned everyday!

Program:
1. Food Art Week Film by Niki Indjov, 2020, 3'39"
2. Taina Guedes, SEEDS, 8'28"
3. Shahar Marcus, Seeds, 5'03"
4. ilan Katin, FUTURETUS, 5'23"
5. Amadeus Lindemann, Jack And The Four Beans, 5'06"
6. Maria Kossak, Secret of The Seeds, 1'07"
7. Agnes Friedrich, Seeds, 3'10"

Tainá Guedes, artist and founder of FAW will be also participating at FED. SQUARE podcast "Anything but Square". Follow FED. SQUARE on Social Media for the exact date and time. All this is part of their Sustainable September Program, which is looking amazing!

Federation Square is a venue for arts, culture and public events on the edge of the Melbourne central business district. It covers an area of 3.2 ha. It incorporates major cultural institutions such as the Ian Potter Centre, Australian Centre for the Moving Image (ACMI) and the Koorie Heritage Trust as well as cafes and bars in a series of buildings centred around a large paved square, and a glass walled atrium.

A key part of the plaza design is its large and fixed public television screen, it is currently the biggest broadcasting screen in Australia.

Since opening in 2002, Fed Square has seen more than 100 million visits and been named the 6th Best Public Square in the World. It is recognised internationally as a contemporary world site and Melbourne’s inspirational public space.

More at: www.fedsquare.com/events/food-art-week

#fedsquaremelbourne #fedsquare #faw2020 #fawaustralia #fawseeds #sustainableseptember #australia #inspirationalplaces #food #art #sustainability #positivechange

Amadeus Lindemann @amadeuslindi „Jack And The Four Beans“ Video Art piece is on the selection of videos scheduled to pla...
01/09/2020

Amadeus Lindemann @amadeuslindi „Jack And The Four Beans“ Video Art piece is on the selection of videos scheduled to play from today on at @fed.square digital platform.
#yay 💛👏🙌

FOOD ART WEEK Australia Program:
1. Food Art Week Film by Niki Indjov, 2020, 3'39"
2. Taina Guedes, SEEDS, 8'28"
3. Shahar Marcus, Seeds, 5'03"
4. ilan Katin, FUTURETUS, 5'23"
5. Amadeus Lindemann, Jack And The Four Beans, 5'06"
6. Maria Kossak, Secret of The Seeds, 1'07"
7. Agnes Friedrich, Seeds, 3'10"

Tainá Guedes, artist and founder of FAW will be also participating at FED. SQUARE podcast "Anything but Square". Follow FED. SQUARE on Social Media for the exact date and time. All this is part of their Sustainable September Program, which is looking amazing!

Federation Square is a venue for arts, culture and public events on the edge of the Melbourne central business district. It covers an area of 3.2 ha. It incorporates major cultural institutions such as the Ian Potter Centre, Australian Centre for the Moving Image (ACMI) and the Koorie Heritage Trust as well as cafes and bars in a series of buildings centred around a large paved square, and a glass walled atrium.

A key part of the plaza design is its large and fixed public television screen, it is currently the biggest broadcasting screen in Australia.

Since opening in 2002, Fed Square has seen more than 100 million visits and been named the 6th Best Public Square in the World. It is recognised internationally as a contemporary world site and Melbourne’s inspirational public space.

More at: www.fedsquare.com/events/food-art-week

#fedsquaremelbourne #fedsquare #faw2020 #fawaustralia #fawseeds #sustainableseptember #australia #inspirationalplaces #food #art #sustainability #positivechange

FOOD ART WEEK goes Australia! 🙌🙌🙌🙌This is the second year of a successful partnership with @fed.square Thank you guys fo...
01/09/2020

FOOD ART WEEK goes Australia!
🙌🙌🙌🙌

This is the second year of a successful partnership with @fed.square Thank you guys for that! Very special thanks to our @foodartweek ambassador Jessie Alice @leftoverloversfood 💛

On the picture of @adamhoughbmx you see the screening of one of our selected videos at FED SQUARE digital facade last year. Zoom the photo to see the size of a person under it to get an idea of how big the screen is!!! 😱😱😱

From today on a selection of videos of this year Food Art Week SEEDS, curated by Tainá Guedes @tataisgram are scheduled to play the whole month of September at FED SQUARE @fed.square , Melbourne digital platform. Thank you Jessie Alice and FED. SQUARE Team!

Screenings are planned everyday!

Federation Square is a venue for arts, culture and public events on the edge of the Melbourne central business district. It covers an area of 3.2 ha. It incorporates major cultural institutions such as the Ian Potter Centre, Australian Centre for the Moving Image (ACMI) and the Koorie Heritage Trust as well as cafes and bars in a series of buildings centred around a large paved square, and a glass walled atrium.

A key part of the plaza design is its large and fixed public television screen, it is currently the biggest broadcasting screen in Australia.

Since opening in 2002, Fed Square has seen more than 100 million visits and been named the 6th Best Public Square in the World. It is recognised internationally as a contemporary world site and Melbourne’s inspirational public space.

More at: www.fedsquare.com/events/food-art-week

#fedsquaremelbourne #fedsquare #faw2020 #fawaustralia #fawseeds #sustainableseptember #australia #inspirationalplaces #food #art #sustainability #positivechange

FOOD ART WEEK goes Australia! 🙌🙌🙌🙌From today on a selection of videos of this year Food Art Week SEEDS, curated by Tainá...
01/09/2020

FOOD ART WEEK goes Australia!
🙌🙌🙌🙌

From today on a selection of videos of this year Food Art Week SEEDS, curated by Tainá Guedes @tataisgram are scheduled to play the whole month of September at FED SQUARE @fed.square , Melbourne digital platform. Thank you Jessie Alice and FED. SQUARE Team!

Screenings are planned everyday!

Program:
1. Food Art Week Film by Niki Indjov, 2020, 3'39"
2. Taina Guedes, SEEDS, 8'28"
3. Shahar Marcus, Seeds, 5'03"
4. ilan Katin, FUTURETUS, 5'23"
5. Amadeus Lindemann, Jack And The Four Beans, 5'06"
6. Maria Kossak, Secret of The Seeds, 1'07"
7. Agnes Friedrich, Seeds, 3'10"

Tainá Guedes, artist and founder of FAW will be also participating at FED. SQUARE podcast "Anything but Square". Follow FED. SQUARE on Social Media for the exact date and time. All this is part of their Sustainable September Program, which is looking amazing!

Federation Square is a venue for arts, culture and public events on the edge of the Melbourne central business district. It covers an area of 3.2 ha. It incorporates major cultural institutions such as the Ian Potter Centre, Australian Centre for the Moving Image (ACMI) and the Koorie Heritage Trust as well as cafes and bars in a series of buildings centred around a large paved square, and a glass walled atrium.

A key part of the plaza design is its large and fixed public television screen, it is currently the biggest broadcasting screen in Australia.

Since opening in 2002, Fed Square has seen more than 100 million visits and been named the 6th Best Public Square in the World. It is recognised internationally as a contemporary world site and Melbourne’s inspirational public space.

More at: www.fedsquare.com/events/food-art-week

#fedsquaremelbourne #fedsquare #faw2020 #fawaustralia #fawseeds #sustainableseptember #australia #inspirationalplaces #food #art #sustainability #positivechange

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