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The first and only conference dedicated to building the Internet of Food.
This year’s themes:
Collecting global generational food wisdom at scale.
Sustainability: Innovation: Discovery
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Catherine Piccoli

Museum of Food and Drink (MOFAD)
Curator
Brooklyn
Catherine brings a multidisciplinary approach to the team. As a food historian and writer, her work focuses on the intersection of food, culture, memory, and place. At MOFAD, she leads the educational department, overseeing exhibitions, public programming, and school visits. As curator, she is instrumental in the research, writing, and development of all major exhibitions, including past exhibitions Flavor: Making It and Faking It and Chow: Making the Chinese American Restaurant. She also established the museum’s robust public programming. Previously, Catherine worked as a researcher at the Chicago Historical Society and the Heinz History Center, and has written for a number of major publications. She holds a Master’s degree in Food Studies from Chatham University and a Bachelor’s with honors in Social and Cultural History from Carnegie Mellon University. Currently, Catherine is working on MOFAD’s upcoming exhibition.

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