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It was as delicious as it was aesthetically pleasing. The Fifth Annual Last Supper Festival, held at 3rd Ward Brooklyn (195 Morgan Avenue) on Saturday, September 26, attracted artists, musicians, foodies, and lots of hungry fans, eager to sample edible installations. Among the highlights were Eve Biddle’s “Edible Ghetto” gingerbread Housing Projects project, Suko Presseau’s “Thunder Moon Offering” performance, and Lucia Madriz’s sculpture installation “All Under Control,” which Last Supper founder Coralina Meyer stated as among her favorites. “We’re hoping that the beans sprout,” said Meyer. “Lucia’s contraption is made of black beans and rocks.” Sponsored Links

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Partnerships with sponsors, such as Majestic Research, Film Forum, Food Bank of New York, Council on Environment of New York City (CENYC) and Solar1 and organizations Brooklyn Torch Project, Clean Oceans Institute, Time Interchange of New York, were represented at the merchandise table. Sometimes they contributed an art installation, including artist Mary Jeys’ photographic performance series that provided a sample monetary unit that Brooklyn businesses could use, with Brooklyn Torch Project, and Scott Wolfson’s photo light box, called “Source,” run entire on solar power, provided by Solar1. “There were so many great pieces, I’m just happy that nothing bad happened,” said Meyer. “The fact that we had it in the same venue helped a lot, sharpening the conversation and represent a diversity of mediums and works.” The Last Supper Exhibition continues at 3rd Ward Brooklyn, 195 Morgan Avenue, until Sunday, October 4. For more information, call 718-715-4961, visit www.3rdward.com or www.lambastic.com.

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