This revealing short documentary about Bryan Morcom and his urban garden in Northeast Minneapolis continues the frank discussion about how our culture approaches food and what it means to truly have a local meal. If you haven't grown, harvested, killed, and prepared anything recently, then you'll want to see this! This event is open to the public. The documentary is about 25 minutes in long.
The Mill is a NEW educational industrial arts/maker space in Minneapolis, Minnesota that celebrates the do-it-yourself culture and creative communities by providing members with access to tools, equipment and instruction.
The mission of the Mill is to serve as an incubator of ideas; to foster a collaborative community where members utilize industrial arts concepts, cutting edge technology and time tested fabrication equipment to create innovative solutions to technical issues in fabrication and making. Through classes, group interaction, and an inclusive environment, the Mill is a space where innovation and creativity can be fostered for novice and expert alike. In the spirit of disclosure, my husband, gerg, is an employee of The Mill.
Movie Premiere : Saturday, Dec. 17 2011
Doors Open : 6:00 pm
Show Time : 6:30 pm
Showing at :
2300 Kennedy Street NE
Minneapolis, MN 55413
(location map: http://g.co/maps/hb97c)
A Special Thanks to Sponsors: The MILL & Restaurant ALMA & Browntown_Design
[where: Sustainable Food, St. Paul, Minneapolis, Twin Cities, Minnesota]