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    Theresa Loong is an award-winning multimedia artist, filmmaker, interactive media professional and educator whose work has been exhibited at the SVA, Sala de Exposiciones, Teriennale di Milano and Circulo de Bellas Artes. Her documentary film, “Every Day Is a Holiday,” received a Manhattan Community Arts Fund Grant and a production commitment agreement with ITVS. Theresa also specializes in the editorial and strategic development of integrated media projects. She has in-depth experience with media companies, consulting with American Movie Classics, the New York Times, Milestone Films, New York Magazine, Intellitoys, Architecture for Humanity, and Time Warner. Theresa is an honors graduate of Harvard University. She has taught multimedia at NYU’s School of Continuing and Professional Studies.

    Laura Nova is a multi-disciplinary artist working in sculpture, video, sound, performance and installation. Her work was included in the Independent Curators International exhibition Situation Comedy: Humor in Recent Art and Limited Run at Real Art Ways in Hartford, CT for which she received a National Performance Network Grant. She received her B.F.A. and B.A. in art and history from Cornell University and M.F.A. from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago as a Jacob Javits Fellow. She lived and worked in London as a Rotary International Scholar and completed Associate Research at Goldsmiths College. Nova is an Assistant Professor in the Creative Art and Technology program at Bloomfield College in Bloomfield, New Jersey.

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    Hester Street Fair, located in a beautiful park setting, was once home to New York City’s largest and oldest pushcart markets. Their mission is to sell quality goods and food, but to also create a space that reflects the dynamic energy of the Lower East Side.
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Feed Me A Story

Saturday, September 15, 2012 | 2-5pm

Hester Street Fair
Essex Street, New York, NY 10002
Cross Streets: Between Grand Street and East Broadway Street
Subways: F to East Broadway;  J, M, Z to Essex St; B, D to Grand St
Buses: M9 to Essex St-Canal St; M14AD to Grand St-Essex St

www.feedmeastory.com

Find the Feed Me a Story food truck at the Hester Street Fair and share one of your family secret recipes in exchange for a treat! The recipes from various participants will culminate in a video cookbook. Using a refreshment cart as a vehicle to cross cultural boundaries, the stories collected will focus on the sensorial memories that are held as sacred in family, food and community. By answering questions like “What is your favorite childhood food?”, “What was the first recipe you learned to cook?” and “What food is important to your cultural experience?” the project incorporates cultural history and contemporary influences. Bring friends and family with you. You may be surprised by what secrets they share. Feed Me a Story is a project of Laura Nova and Theresa Loong, in special partnership with The Treats Truck and Kim Ima.