Tasting Difference: Food and the Immigration Experience
This program explores the topics of cross-cultural cuisine that is found here in California. Food and discussion surrounding some of the Bay Area's only sites where immigration is keenly experienced, San Francisco restaurants. San Franciscans often believe that they are expanding their cross-cultural awareness by experiencing different cuisines, while immigrants struggle to adapt their diets to resources they encounter in their new home. This program kicked off a week-long Bay Area-wide symposium on Immigration and Cultural Identity: What Does it Mean to Become an American in the 90s? It was co-sponsored by Headlands, the California College of Arts and Crafts, The Oakland Museum, Berkeley's Pacific Film Archive and San Francisco Cinematheque. Early in the day CCAC students and invited presenters joined forces in Headlands' Mess Hall to prepare the evening's feast.
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