This year’s SFCC Harvest Festival is from 1 to 4 p.m. Oct. 7. The event is restricted to members of the SFCC community and invited SFCC partners due to COVID concerns. SFCC is working to ensure a safe environment for attendees.
Please Note: Proof of vaccination or a negative PCR test within the last week will be required for admittance. Masks are required at all times except when eating or drinking.
Entry and Parking: Please use the Fitness Education Center Parking lot. Enter the garden area near the East wing Eatery. Show proof of vaccination (or negative test result) and please wear a mask. There will be a temperature check at the health screening station before entry.
- Culinary Art’s Garden inspired menu prepared and served by the SFCC Culinary Arts faculty, staff and students with vegetables and herbs from the SFCC Culinary Arts Garden and the SFCC Greenhouses. Free. Chef Micaela Deaton email@example.com is coordinating.
- Fine Arts Gallery, Demonstrations and open studios: 1-4 p.m.
The Visual Arts Gallery: “Arts, Design, and Media Arts Faculty and Staff Exhibit”
Printmaking/Book Arts: steam roller for printmaking and papermaking at the garden
- Fine Arts Tours by reservation Linda Cassel firstname.lastname@example.org. Limit is 8 per tour and mask is required while on tour, both inside and outside.
- Sculpture: inflatable steel demonstrationfrom 1-2 p.m. by reservation
- Jewelry: surface embellishment on metaldemonstration from 2-3 p.m.
- Printmaking/Book Arts Letterpress demonstrations and other studios: open for observation 1-4 p.m.
- Greenhouse/Aquaponics Tours by reservation at the event table. For more information Contact Charlie Shultz email@example.com. Sign up at Aquaponics and Hydroponics club table for tours during the event. Limit is 8 per tour and mask is required while on tour, both inside and outside. Once a small group is ready, students will walk the tour, to the CEA Greenhouse where Staff and Faculty will be giving tours.
Program & Student Club Tables:
- Ceramics club
- Glass Club
- Jewelry Club
- Fine Arts Students: Handmade garden paper
- Greenhouse and Aquaponics Club
- Culinary Arts
- The MASTERS Program
- Grow Y’Own: Culinary Garden Box Design
Thanks to coordinators of the Harvest Festival
The SFCC Harvest Festival was planned by:
- Ondine Frauenglass, Interim Director- Innovation Center
- Julia Deisler, Dean- TAST, Business, Professional Studies, and Education
- Micaela Deaton, Culinary Arts Faculty and East Wing Eatery Manager
- Linda Cassel, Director- Arts on Campus
- Charlie Shultz, Lead Faculty – Controlled Environment Agriculture (CEA)
- Kelly Smith, Director – SFCC Foundation
- Ian Widrick Martinez, Administrative Assistant – SFCC Foundation