Eating Innovation: the art, culture, science and business of entomphagy

Tuesday, August 26, 2014 - 14:00 to Friday, August 29, 2014 - 02:00

The Future Food Salon Group, in collaboration with the Montreal Space For Life Insectarium, is hosting the first international conference on entomophagy to be held North America. Eating Innovation: The Art, Culture, Science and Business of Entomophagy takes place at the Montréal Space for Life on August 26-28, 2014. Dr. Aruna Antonella Handa (Alimentary Initiatives) and Dr. Elke Grenzer (Culture of Cities Centre) are the conference convenors and directors of the Future Food Salon Group.

This three day conference includes morning plenary sessions, afternoon panels and three evening events, two of which will be open to the public. In addition, there is a Discovery Gallery featuring trade tables as well as art work commissioned for the conference.

The Full Conference Pass includes:
–access to all conference proceedings during the day
–complimentary breakfasts, coffee and tea and refreshments
-access to the Discovery Gallery and Trade Tables
-3 evening events: the Networking Wine & Cheese "Cinq à Sept" (Aug 26), the Future Food Salon Montreal (Aug 27), the Bug Banquet (Aug 28)
-Access to the grounds and facilities of the Space for Life including the Insectarium, the Botanical Gardens, the Biodome and the Rio Tinto Alcan Planetarium

Day Passes, Tickets to the Future Food Salon Montreal, and Tickets to the Bug Banquet are available for sale separately.

The Full Conference Pass is available to both presenting and non-presenting delegates.

Tickets are available on EVENTBRITE

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Le Future Food Salon Group (groupe de concertation sur l’alimentation du futur), en collaboration avec l’Insectarium de Montréal/Espace pour la vie, est l'hôte du premier congrès international sur l’entomophagie en Amérique du Nord. Innovation alimentaire : l’entomophagie à travers l’art, la culture, la science et les affaires se tiendra à Espace pour la vie, à Montréal, du 26 au 28 août 2014. Mme Elke Grenzer (Ph. D.), directrice du Culture of Cities Centre, et Mme Aruna Antonella Handa (Ph. D.), fondatrice d'Alimentary Initiatives, sont les  organisatrices du congrès.

Le billet "Full Conference Pass" comprend:
-Accès à tous les actes de la conférence au cours de la journée
-Gratuits petits déjeuners, café et thé et des rafraîchissements
-accès à la Galerie Découverte et les tables de commerce
-3 soirées: "Cinq à Sept" (août 26), le Future Food Salon Montréal (août 27), et le Banquet d'insectes comestibles (août 28)
-accès aux terrains et installations de l'Espace pour la vie, y compris l'Insectarium, le Jardin botanique, le Biodôme et le Planétarium Rio Tinto Alcan

Billets pour une seule journée, le Future Food Salon Montreal, et le "Bug Banquet" seront vendus séparément et seront disponibles sur Eventbrite début de juin.

Billets: EVENTBRITE.

Space for Life/Espace Pour La Vie
4581, rue Sherbrooke Est H1X 2B2
Montréal , QC
Canada
45° 33' 39.4164" N, 73° 33' 28.6812" W
Quebec CA
8:00 am - 10:00 pm
Aruna Antonella Handa

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