As part of extension activities for the FoodWorks project in partnership with edible RHODY, Wickford Art Association will present a Food & Art Market on Sunday, Sept. 19, from 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. on the Green at North Kingstown Town Beach and in the WAA
As part of extension activities for the FoodWorks project in partnership with edible RHODY, Wickford Art Association will present a Food & Art Market on Sunday, Sept. 19, from 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. on the Green at North Kingstown Town Beach and in the WAA Gallery Garden. The rain date is Sunday, Sept. 26.
Food and food-industry marketers include:
Ann Bianchi, artist; Hopkins Southdowns, pasture-raised lamb; Baby Greens, gourmet salad greens; Lazy K Ranch, alpacas and alpaca products; Baffoni Poultry Farm, chicken pot pie; Little Maven Lemonade, made in R.I.; Beautiful Day, granola; Lori Jeremiah, artist; Becki Mansolillo, photographer; Meredith Brady, photographer; Beth Bakes, gluten free crackers; MOMU Home, kitchen and home accessories; Buns Bakery, handcrafted babka and challah; Rosemary Landry, artist; ECM Woodcraft, artisan culinary goods; and Soul Good Confections, organic candies/confections.
The Wickford Art Association gallery will also be open to the public to view and enjoy the FoodWorks exhibit. The collection exhibited features dynamic photography from food-industry partners from across the region. The photographers were hand selected and prizes for artwork were determined by John Robson, a visiting jurist from Colorado. This exhibit is also available during regular gallery hours through Oct. 3; hours are Wednesday to Saturday, noon to 4 p.m., and Sunday, noon to 3 p.m. More information is always available through WAA social media; find us @wickfordartassociation (Facebook), @wickfordart (Instagram & Twitter). Parking is free along the green at Cold Spring, Beach Street for all visitors.
For more information, call (401) 294-6840 or visit www.wickfordart.org.