City of Plenty

1 - 21 March 2015
Artist Sarah Goffman constructs a city made from non-perishable food and household consumables in our Main Gallery in an exhibition with a social conscious.

Feed your city.

The City of Plenty was an evolving art installation with a social conscience. Artist Sarah Goffman constructed a city made from donated non-perishable food and household consumables in our Main Gallery.

We sought donations our community to help feed the city. Deposit boxes were located at the Penrith Regional Gallery, Penrith City Library, The Joan Sutherland Performing Arts Centre and Penrith PCYC.

At the conclusion of the project, the city was dismantled and the goods were donated to those in need through our project partners, Ozharvest and Penrith Community Kitchen.

A Benefit Dinner  to help support the good work of Ozharvest and partner agency Penrith Community Kitchen, Visual Arts Teacher Development Day focussing on social engagement and responsibility and student run blog by Caroline Chisholm College were elements of social engagement within this project.

City of Plenty exhibition, fundraiser dinner, education and public programming were presented by Penrith Regional Gallery & The Lewers Bequest.

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Thanks to our Project Partners:
Arts NSW
Café @ Lewers
Campbell’s Australia
Cana Farm
Caroline Chisholm College
Freedom Foods
Penrith City Council
Penrith Community Kitchen
Penrith Lakes Development Corporation
Penrith Press
Oz Harvest
St. Dominic’s College
Western Sydney Institute of TAFE
Western Regional Wines

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