New York Botanical Garden’s latest exhibition focuses on how food choices impact our world and features special picnic tables designed by Bronx artists.
Around the Table: Stories of the Foods We Love is a celebration of the plants that we eat. This summer, New York Botanical Garden (NYBG) will be growing edible plants from all over the world, delving into the science behind these plants, and inviting Bronx artists to design picnic tables that tell their own stories about the foods and food traditions they love. It’s a feast for all the senses that acknowledges how our food choices impact the world around us, and how the foods we share cross cultural boundaries to bring all of us together around the table. On view now through September 11.
For more information, visit nybg.org.
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