And All the Men soundtrack

The Man Food artists-in-residence, Joanna Young, Kip Johnson and Jamie McCarthy have worked tirelessly over the summer to produce a really beautiful and moving artistic response to the project. A guided performance audio walk around Bedminster, it weaves together voices from some of the workshop participants with broader issues around food and the environment. We had…

Bristol Events in October!

The Man Food project has been progressing well, and we’ve just finished the last of eight workshops with groups of men in Bristol. They’ve been such a rich source of discussion and reflection, and we’ve thoroughly enjoyed meeting, and cooking and talking with all of the men who’ve taken part. While we’ve yet to fully…

‘And All the Men We Saw Today’, A sensory audio walk

We’re very please to announce that Man Food has been working with three incredible artists-in-residence over the last couple of months: Joanna Young, Kip Johnson and Jamie McCarthy. They’ve been attending some of the workshops, and doing their own research and creative explorations of food and the city. They are developing a sensory audio walk…

WANTED : GYM MEN!

Are you a man? Do you exercise? Are you interested in protein? We’re running FREE Man Food workshops in Bristol to find out about food, the environment and men who exercise – whether it’s training at the gym, playing sports, a health referral, etc. We’re looking for men from a range of ethnic backgrounds and…

WANTED: GREEN MEN!

Are you a man? Interested in the environment? Do you like food? Windmill Hill City Farm and The Matthew Tree Project are running some free food workshops in Bristol, with the University of Southampton. We’re trying to find out more about food, the environment and what they mean to men. We’ll be cooking, eating and…

Man Food Literature

Compiling the Man Food project literature review is something of an ongoing process. We’re looking at everything from more-than-human geographies, to eco feminism, public health, climate science and nutrition. Questions we’re asking include: How has gender and environmental concern been discussed, and researched in existing literature? How might we situate knowledges and practices around food…