Upstate NY Edible Sculpture Party, July 23
If you have not yet eaten a bust of Kim Jong-Il made out of ham, then you haven’t really lived. Or at least you haven’t lived upstate. Or at least you haven’t lived upstate with my brother, who started this little party about five years ago with his wife, friends, family and fellow artist pals. It’s now grown big enough to warrant its own write-up in Travel+Leisure and a new home at the Bard College Center for Curatorial Studies.
Past entries include a shit-shaped sushi roll, a severed leg made of meatloaf, a folk art mask crafted of tootsie rolls and Christopher Hitchens’ head made of spam (not exactly edible, but close). My last entry was marshmallows in the shape of the Shmoo. I’m not sure I can top the earthship I made out of chocolate donuts the first year, but I’ll try. You don’t need to make anything–just show up, gawk and eat, and meet some nice folks on the east side of the river. Photos of past entries here, as well as on the jump, and a video on the jump, too.
If that’s not enough upstate culture for you, check out my bro’s latest show, The Upstate NY Olympics.
Posted on July 21, 2011, in Culture, Dutchess County, Illustrious Upstaters, Tivoli and tagged bard college center for curatorial studies, edible sculpture party, lisa sanditz, tim davis, upstate new york olympics. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.