Susan O’Neill gives a great re-cap of FEAST #10 on peacecorpsworldwide.org
young professionals, hipsters and artists
“People noticed that the art world is really dependent on large corporations that were hurting because of the financial crisis, but [we were] also lamenting that relationship in the first place,” FEAST volunteer Emily Sogn said. “We were thinking about drawing on community resources in the hope that there were a lot of people with similar interests.”
More at dowser.org
Article in Fuse Magazine by Amber Landgraff
“The projects described here are only a few examples of a larger movement — there are endless possibilities for models of community-driven support systems.”
Heritage Foods USA Radio
Listen to Molly, David and Jeff talk about FEAST.
Serious Eats NY comes to FEAST and says: “It is worth noting that they were the best tamales I’ve ever had in New York.”
Rhizome interviews Jeff Hnilicka about FEAST in their series on art, labor, and politics.
“[FEAST] in spite of its anti-corporate flavor, is actually a clever capitalist ploy. For the price of a decent meal, he’s selling shares of the community in which his patrons would like to claim beneficent roles.”
They get it! Sexy do-gooders! We’ll take it.
Next American City reports on the local funding revolution.