My cousin Kirsten was gracious enough to let me interview her and write an article for the latest issue of Rhubarb magazine about the important work she does at the University of Winnipeg. The magazine has chosen to feature the story on its webpage so you can read it HERE.
The online version of the magazine doesn’t include any of the photos I took so I’m including several here.
Kirsten with the Eat Like You Give A Damn campaign sign on University of Winnipeg cafeteria window
Paw Moo makes soups, sauces and dressings in the Diversity Foods kitchen
Kirsten and Samy a business student from Haiti who works for Diversity Foods
At the Asheville Art Museum in North Carolina I found connections with our own Winnipeg Art Gallery that intrigued me. I’ve written about them on my blog What Next.
Farmer’s Daughter by Prudence Heward- Winnipeg Art Gallery
Another Young Friend by Agnes Millen Richmond- Asheville Art Museum