Aliyah Sidqe and Nicholas Haystings
ARTIST IN RESIDENCE: Approved through a panel review process by the Sacramento Metropolitan Arts Commission, which considers artistic skill, instructional skill, and professionalism of teaching artists offering services in Sacramento County.
Nicholas and Aliyah will work together in a collaboration to merge visual arts and technology to create a sustainable system to provide healthy eating options to a region identified as a food desert. Nicholas, founder of Square Root Academy, will pilot Project Green Thumb, to address the inequities
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Visual Art and Technology at the Sam & Bonnie Pannell Center
Within the city of Sacramento, there are a few areas that have been identified by the USDA as a food desert which is defined as a heavily impoverished region with little to no food access within a one-mile radius. Categorized by the USDA as a food desert, the Meadowview community is the focus of the project which will take place at the Sam and Bonnie Pannell Community Center, with the physical...
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Program type: Community Programs
Artistic Discipline: Visual
Subject: Fine Arts