If food production can be art, why don’t we also consider the cooking of food as art? Combining and transforming materials is a fundamentally creative activity, whether those materials are paints, clays, musical notes or edible ingredients. Art Practice Director of Operations Jacquelyn Strycker writes for Createquity about art and food. Art Practice participant Leah Foster’s (MFA AP14) project Muffin Tops is included in the piece.  Pictured: Leah Foster’s Muffin Tops

If food production can be art, why don’t we also consider the cooking of food as art? Combining and transforming materials is a fundamentally creative activity, whether those materials are paints, clays, musical notes or edible ingredients.

Art Practice Director of Operations Jacquelyn Strycker writes for Createquity about art and food. Art Practice participant Leah Foster’s (MFA AP14) project Muffin Tops is included in the piece. 

Pictured: Leah Foster’s Muffin Tops