Foodscape: An Immersive Israeli Public Art Experience

Top Pick May 28, 2023 Boston Free
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Carmel Beer and Michal Evytar (Courtesy photo)

As Israel turns 75, a unique, multi-sensory, mobile art exhibit—”Foodscape”—comes to Boston’s Rose Kennedy Greenway on Memorial Day weekend. A public art experience, “Foodscape” is a rare chance to take a sensory journey into the diverse and rich ecosystem of Israel, all while staying in Boston.

Created by two Israeli artists, Carmel Beer and Michal Evytar, who are Studio Mela, this multi-sensory experience invites participants to explore the diverse vegetation and flavors of Israel. Participants will wander through a 3,000 sq. ft. “field” installed on the Greenway showcasing herbs that grow across the land of Israel—and watch as the artists sow and harvest the herbs to creating a refreshing glass of gazoz, a beloved Israeli soda, for visitors to enjoy.

Following their visit to the Greenway, the “Foodscape” project sets off on a multi-city tour through the summer, visiting Baltimore, the District of Columbia, Cleveland, upstate New York, Pennsylvania and Rhode Island.

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Sunday, May 28, 2023, 12:00 pm - 4:00 pm
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Atlantic Ave &, Milk St
Boston, MA 02110

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