Wrap up of the Grocery List Project

Thank you Rick Wright for this wonderful image! A BIG thank you for everyone who participated in this project for not only letting us peek into your shopping cart but for helping to bring attention to food insecurity. Below are answers to a question I put out last week. That question was: Did you changeContinue reading “Wrap up of the Grocery List Project”

The Grocery List Project: Week 8

To learn about this project, click here. This post is organized this way – the grocery lists, information & facts on food insecurity, resources, and anonymous general information about the people who submitted the lists published. Looking for ways to help out? Check with you local school district or houses of worship to see ifContinue reading “The Grocery List Project: Week 8”

The Grocery List Project: Week 7

To learn about this project, click here. This post is organized this way – the grocery lists, information & facts on food insecurity, resources, and anonymous general information about the people who submitted the lists published. Looking for ways to help out? Check with you local school district or houses of worship to see ifContinue reading “The Grocery List Project: Week 7”

The Grocery List Project: Week 6

To learn about this project, click here. This post is organized this way – the grocery lists, information & facts on food insecurity, resources, and anonymous general information about the people who submitted the lists published. Looking for ways to help out? Check with you local school district or houses of worship to see ifContinue reading “The Grocery List Project: Week 6”

The Grocery List Project: Week 5

To learn about this project, click here. This post is organized this way – the grocery lists, information & facts on food insecurity, resources, and anonymous general information about the people who submitted the lists published. Looking for ways to help out? Check with you local school district or houses of worship to see ifContinue reading “The Grocery List Project: Week 5”

The Grocery List Project: Week 4

To learn about this project, click here. This post is organized this way – the grocery lists, information & facts on food insecurity, resources, and anonymous general information about the people who submitted the lists published. Looking for ways to help out? Check with you local school district or houses of worship to see ifContinue reading “The Grocery List Project: Week 4”

The Grocery List Project: Week 3

To learn about this project, click here. This post is organized this way – the grocery lists, information & facts on food insecurity, resources, and anonymous general information about the people who submitted the lists published. Looking for ways to help out? Check with you local school district or houses of worship to see ifContinue reading “The Grocery List Project: Week 3”

The Grocery List Project: Week 2

To learn about this project, click here. This post is organized this way – the grocery lists, information & facts on food insecurity, resources, and anonymous general information about the people who submitted the lists published. Looking for ways to help out? Check with you local school district or houses of worship to see ifContinue reading “The Grocery List Project: Week 2”

The Grocery List Project: Week 1

To learn about this project, click here. This post is organized this way – the grocery lists, information & facts on food insecurity, resources, and anonymous general information about the people who submitted the lists published. Looking for ways to help out? Check with you local school district or houses of worship to see ifContinue reading “The Grocery List Project: Week 1”

The Grocery List Project

The Grocery List Project is a multi-participant conceptual art project to bring attention to everyday consumption habits of an unspecific group of people as well as bring attention to the problem of food insecurity.  Participants are asked to anonymously share a grocery list to the project. They also have the option to supply other information surroundingContinue reading “The Grocery List Project”