March 17 - May 14, 2023
An exhibition of fiber and textile art inspired by the importance of food and nutrition, featuring works by members of the Peninsula Fiber Artists.
“What’s For Lunch?” is a compliment to the Mink Challenge, a Peninsula Fiber Artists exhibit inspired by a donation from the estate of Gene White, a nationally known advocate in child nutrition.
Curated by internationally recognized quilt artist Caryl Fallert-Gentry.
On exhibit from March 17th- May 14th, 2023
Open gallery hours 11AM- 5PM
Inspired by the food related themes from our current exhibit 'What's For Lunch?' we will host our next Civic Minds Creative Hearts evening event in celebration of our local food systems. Join us to learn from community professionals about the broader landscape of the local food movement and meet two farmers who are cultivating a more sustainable land ethic and creating art inspired by this work. Our guest presenters include Clea Rome, Director of our local Washington State University Extension office; Rachel Shyles, wildlife biologist and ecologist and co-owner of Wilding Farm; and Jenson, co-founder of Sisterland Farm.
In addition to the presentations, enjoy a one-night pop-up markers market of wares, provisions, and art!
Smell the flowers at our annual pop-up event in memory of longtime Board Member and volunteer Mim Foley. This year floral designers will create colorful arrangements in response to the 'What's for Lunch?' exhibition. We'll also have a free Plant-a-Pansy activity in the courtyard on Saturday from 11am-5pm!
Get inspired to create your own original floral arrangement with a vibrant selection of fresh locally-grown flowers and greenery! We're teaming up with flower farmers from Tin Can Floral Co. and workshop instructor Ariel Zimman for a workshop you don't want to miss.
$35 PAFAC Members | $40 General Public