With less than 2 percent of Americans involved in agriculture today, museums of many different types are embracing the responsibility of connecting them with food and with the agricultural systems that strive to produce more food for the world’s growing population. See how and why four diverse museums — a botanic garden, a historic site, a science museum, and an art museum — are presenting exhibits about food and agriculture. You will see and hear about the power in helping the public explore and learn about the source of so much of our food, clothing, housing, fuel and more. Come hungry with questions about how your museum can join in this conversation.

Education, Audience Research & Evaluation track generously supported by the Canadian Museum for Human Rights


  • Devin Dotson


  • Ari Novy
  • Eric Denker
  • Steven Bashore
  • Sasha Nemecek