Recurring

Art to Eat By: Cookbooks as Record and Expression

Special Collections & Archives, University of Iowa Libraries 125 W Washington St, Iowa City, IA

From medieval coronation banquets with elaborate sugar sculptures known as subtleties to the technicolor party food of the 1960s, food as art has long been tied to the enjoyable and meaningful experience of dining. Curated by Eric Ensley and Diane Ray, this exhibit in the University of Iowa Libraries Special Collections & Archives Reading Room...

Free
Recurring

Art to Eat By: Cookbooks as Record and Expression

Special Collections & Archives, University of Iowa Libraries 125 W Washington St, Iowa City, IA

From medieval coronation banquets with elaborate sugar sculptures known as subtleties to the technicolor party food of the 1960s, food as art has long been tied to the enjoyable and meaningful experience of dining. Curated by Eric Ensley and Diane Ray, this exhibit in the University of Iowa Libraries Special Collections & Archives Reading Room...

Free
Recurring

Art to Eat By: Cookbooks as Record and Expression

Special Collections & Archives, University of Iowa Libraries 125 W Washington St, Iowa City, IA

From medieval coronation banquets with elaborate sugar sculptures known as subtleties to the technicolor party food of the 1960s, food as art has long been tied to the enjoyable and meaningful experience of dining. Curated by Eric Ensley and Diane Ray, this exhibit in the University of Iowa Libraries Special Collections & Archives Reading Room...

Free
Recurring

Art to Eat By: Cookbooks as Record and Expression

Special Collections & Archives, University of Iowa Libraries 125 W Washington St, Iowa City, IA

From medieval coronation banquets with elaborate sugar sculptures known as subtleties to the technicolor party food of the 1960s, food as art has long been tied to the enjoyable and meaningful experience of dining. Curated by Eric Ensley and Diane Ray, this exhibit in the University of Iowa Libraries Special Collections & Archives Reading Room...

Free
Recurring

Art to Eat By: Cookbooks as Record and Expression

Special Collections & Archives, University of Iowa Libraries 125 W Washington St, Iowa City, IA

From medieval coronation banquets with elaborate sugar sculptures known as subtleties to the technicolor party food of the 1960s, food as art has long been tied to the enjoyable and meaningful experience of dining. Curated by Eric Ensley and Diane Ray, this exhibit in the University of Iowa Libraries Special Collections & Archives Reading Room...

Free
Recurring

Art to Eat By: Cookbooks as Record and Expression

Special Collections & Archives, University of Iowa Libraries 125 W Washington St, Iowa City, IA

From medieval coronation banquets with elaborate sugar sculptures known as subtleties to the technicolor party food of the 1960s, food as art has long been tied to the enjoyable and meaningful experience of dining. Curated by Eric Ensley and Diane Ray, this exhibit in the University of Iowa Libraries Special Collections & Archives Reading Room...

Free
Recurring

Art to Eat By: Cookbooks as Record and Expression

Special Collections & Archives, University of Iowa Libraries 125 W Washington St, Iowa City, IA

From medieval coronation banquets with elaborate sugar sculptures known as subtleties to the technicolor party food of the 1960s, food as art has long been tied to the enjoyable and meaningful experience of dining. Curated by Eric Ensley and Diane Ray, this exhibit in the University of Iowa Libraries Special Collections & Archives Reading Room...

Free
Recurring

Art to Eat By: Cookbooks as Record and Expression

Special Collections & Archives, University of Iowa Libraries 125 W Washington St, Iowa City, IA

From medieval coronation banquets with elaborate sugar sculptures known as subtleties to the technicolor party food of the 1960s, food as art has long been tied to the enjoyable and meaningful experience of dining. Curated by Eric Ensley and Diane Ray, this exhibit in the University of Iowa Libraries Special Collections & Archives Reading Room...

Free
Recurring

Art to Eat By: Cookbooks as Record and Expression

Special Collections & Archives, University of Iowa Libraries 125 W Washington St, Iowa City, IA

From medieval coronation banquets with elaborate sugar sculptures known as subtleties to the technicolor party food of the 1960s, food as art has long been tied to the enjoyable and meaningful experience of dining. Curated by Eric Ensley and Diane Ray, this exhibit in the University of Iowa Libraries Special Collections & Archives Reading Room...

Free
Recurring

Art to Eat By: Cookbooks as Record and Expression

Special Collections & Archives, University of Iowa Libraries 125 W Washington St, Iowa City, IA

From medieval coronation banquets with elaborate sugar sculptures known as subtleties to the technicolor party food of the 1960s, food as art has long been tied to the enjoyable and meaningful experience of dining. Curated by Eric Ensley and Diane Ray, this exhibit in the University of Iowa Libraries Special Collections & Archives Reading Room...

Free
Recurring

Art to Eat By: Cookbooks as Record and Expression

Special Collections & Archives, University of Iowa Libraries 125 W Washington St, Iowa City, IA

From medieval coronation banquets with elaborate sugar sculptures known as subtleties to the technicolor party food of the 1960s, food as art has long been tied to the enjoyable and meaningful experience of dining. Curated by Eric Ensley and Diane Ray, this exhibit in the University of Iowa Libraries Special Collections & Archives Reading Room...

Free
Recurring

Art to Eat By: Cookbooks as Record and Expression

Special Collections & Archives, University of Iowa Libraries 125 W Washington St, Iowa City, IA

From medieval coronation banquets with elaborate sugar sculptures known as subtleties to the technicolor party food of the 1960s, food as art has long been tied to the enjoyable and meaningful experience of dining. Curated by Eric Ensley and Diane Ray, this exhibit in the University of Iowa Libraries Special Collections & Archives Reading Room...

Free
Experience Mi Casa, Your Casa 2.0 in Iowa CityJune 10 - July 10th

The Mi Casa, Your Casa 2.0 red frames, each in the shape of a small house, set alongside one another will be placed in three main areas of the pedestrian mall. Inside each “casa”, there is a swing and a ring of lights lining the bottom. When the house is empty, the lights glow dimly to welcome the next visitor. Once someone steps inside, the lights release a more powerful glow, indicating that someone is home.