As part of the extension activities of the FoodWorks Project in partnership with Edibles RHODY, Wickford Art Association will present a Food and Arts Market on Sunday, September 19 from 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. on the Green at North Kingstown Town Beach and at the Garden of the WAA gallery. The rain date is Sunday, September 26.
Food marketers and food industry specialists include:
Ann Bianchi, artist; Hopkins Southdowns, pasture-raised lamb; Baby Greens, gourmet green salads; Lazy K Ranch, alpacas and alpaca products; Baffoni Poultry Farm, chicken pot pie; Little Maven Lemonade, made in RI; Beautiful Day, granola; Lori Jeremiah, artist; Becki Mansolillo, photographer; Meredith Brady, photographer; Beth Bakes, gluten-free crackers; MOMU Home, Kitchen and Home Accessories; Buns Bakery, artisanal babka and challah; Rosemary Landry, artist; ECM Woodcraft, artisan culinary products; and Soul Good Confections, organic sweets/confectionery.
The Wickford Art Association Gallery will also be open to the public to view and enjoy the FoodWorks exhibit. The collection on display features dynamic photography from food industry partners across the region. The photographers were hand selected and the prices for the artwork were determined by John Robson, a visiting attorney from Colorado. This exhibition is also available during normal gallery opening hours until October 3; hours are Wednesday through Saturday, 12 p.m. to 4 p.m., and Sunday, 12 p.m. to 3 p.m. More information is always available via WAA social media; find us @wickfordartassociation (Facebook), @wickfordart (Instagram & Twitter). Parking is free along the green at Cold Spring, Beach Street for all visitors.
For more information, call (401) 294-6840 or visit www.wickfordart.org.