Building a future food system for everyone takes more than just another food conference.
At this one-day event, we'll dig in to subtle data, forage for fresh patterns, and explore how to design an open-source tool that maps our fractured food system and empowers a diverse set of stakeholders to shape a future of food that's good for people and planet.
Facilitated by IDEO Food Studio, led by network scientists from the Center for Complex Network Research, researchers, advocates, chefs, and activists will sift through the complex flavors of innovation, challenges, evaluation, and opportunities. Using data as a key ingredient, attendees will sketch out a recipe for taking collective action and measuring progress towards a culturally resonant, viable, sustainable and delicious ecosystem for all.
Hosted by the James Beard Foundation and the MIT Media Lab's Open Agriculture Initiative, in partnership with the Annenberg Foundation Trust at Sunnylands, and with support from Bon Appetit Management Company.
RSVPs for this event are now closed.
Big Ideas. Bold Flavors: The Future of Food at MIT Media Lab—A Reception
Sunday, December 9, 6:30pm – 8:00pm | 6th Floor, MIT Media Lab, 75 Amherst St., Cambridge 02139
Attendance at this reception is by invitation only.