People’s Kitchen Collective believes that hospitality can be radical, and that food is a critical tool for self-determination and social justice. In response to global systemic inequalities, we offer food-centered political education projects that engage peoples in social movements.
We approach community dining as a social practice, creating meals in collaboration with artists, poets, researchers, and activists as multi-sensory productions of cultural resilience and joyous political critique.
Our latest projects are a part of our 2017-2018 meal series "From the FARM to the KITCHEN to the TABLE to the STREETS!" where we investigate healing at each of these sites.
Through public speaking and workshops, we share our expertise and research of food and social movements to build solidarity across race, class, nationality, and gender.
Installations and Exhibitions
We partner with cultural organizations to create participatory projects in museums, galleries, and in public spaces that engage the social politic and potential of food