The USGBC Georgia Emerging Professionals Group is excited to host a tour of the Museum of Design Atlanta's (MODA) new exhibition, Food by Design: Sustaining the Future.
We'll gather at 6 p.m, and start the tour and discussion at 6:30 p.m. We will even have one of the exhibitors there in person to walk us through her installation (Atlanta Urban Farms). The tour will be followed by casual mingling and drinks.
Tickets — $20 for members and students, $25 for all others
About the exhibition: "Food by Design: Sustaining the Future"
Feeding ourselves engages not only a massive infrastructure, but also advanced technologies and dynamic systems that touch on just about every aspect of the world we live in. Creating efficient, sustainable, and environmentally-friendly systems to produce enough healthy food for the world presents a wide variety of design challenges.
Curated by MODA, this exhibition will look at cutting-edge developments in food production, asking:
- How are farms being redesigned to grow food more efficiently and sustainably?
- How might we design systems that give everyone access to local, healthy food?
- How are grocery store and food delivery systems being redesigned to meet changing shopping habits?
- How are designers helping meet the challenge of feeding 9 billion people by 2050?
Food by Design: Sustaining the Future will examine food and food system innovations happening in Atlanta and beyond.
Public Transit (MARTA) — By train, take the North or South rail line to the Arts Center MARTA Station (N5), located directly behind the Woodruff Arts Center (handicapped accessible). Exit the Arts Center Station at the top level by the Peachtree St. exit.
You are behind the Woodruff Arts Center. MODA is located directly across the street from the Woodruff Arts Center. Use the cross-walk at the intersection of 16th and Peachtree to get here. For more information on MARTA schedules, maps, and connections from other transit providers, please visit the MARTA website.
Driving — MODA does not offer designated parking. If you choose to drive, there are public parking lots located in the Midtown Arts district, as well as metered parking available along Peachtree St NE. The LAZ parking deck located at 1337 Peachtree St NE is the closest deck in walking distance to the museum.