In coming weeks, SFA will situate Delicious Foods in the broader narrative of Southern foodways, asking challenging and open-ended questions. We invite you to read along, considering these and other questions during a five-part web series.
At our 2017 Fall Symposium we continue an art initiative in partnership with a multi-year grant from 21c Museum Hotels. We are delighted to welcome artist Lina Puerta and her beautiful installation, From Field to Table: Seven Tapestries Honoring Latino Farm Laborers from the American South. The work is currently on display at the Powerhouse … Continued
Shea Hembrey’s art examines the mega and micro that we do not see but should strive to understand.
Each year, we’re honored and eager to hear what folks took away from our Southern Foodways Symposium (besides a Pappy Meal to-go lunch).
In SFA’s year of pop culture, Phila Hach easily fit the bill as our 2015 Ruth Fertel Keeper of the Flame.
JoAnn Clevenger accepted our 2015 Craig Claiborne Lifetime Achievement Award at our 18th Southern Foodways Symposium. This film, along with words from John T Edge, highlight her character and life’s work.
Lora Smith, one of the original volunteers who brought the Appalachian Food Summit to life, accepted the John Egerton Prize at this year’s Southern Foodways Symposium.
From Houston to Louisville and New Orleans to Charleston, we’ve covered a lot of ground—literally—in oral history and film this year.
Stories from the 18th Southern Foodways Symposium, as told by your phones and feeds.