A Tour of Kendall College’s ‘Culinary Curiosity Exhibition’

Victoria K. Matranga,

Please reserve to allow us to plan for an additional tour, if needed.

The Culinary Curiosity exhibition features devices and documentation generously donated by Mel and Janet Mickevic. Mr. Mickevic, was a food scientist, who inherited antique food preparation equipment from his parents and from Janet’s father, a candy technologist and researcher.  After World War II he began acquiring tools from many cultures.  His collecting was inspired by, “A love of antique mechanical devices as examples of human ingenuity and problem-solving ability,” according to Vice President Christopher Koetke.

Victoria Matranga, exhibition curator, is design programs coordinator for the International Housewares Association. She is the author of America at Home: A Celebration of Twentieth-Century Housewares. As a museum consultant, she has worked for clients such as Chicago’s Museum of Science and Industry.

Wear comfortable shoes, because this will be a walking tour of the exhibits located at seven locations throughout Kendall College.

Saturday, June 23rd at 10 AM
Kendall College 
900 North Branch Street, Chicago
(West of Halsted Street, North of Chicago Avenue)
Free Parking

Cost: $3 per person, free to Kendall students and faculty with ID.

This program is hosted by the Chicago Foodways Roundtable. To reserve, please e-mail: chicago.foodways.roundtable@gmail.com