Hosted in unique spaces F.E.A.S.T. brings people together over locally sourced food to discuss sustainable farming, the environment and culture.
F.E.A.S.T. aims to encourage debate by linking social, environmental, scientific and cultural thinking in an artful way.   F.E.A.S.T. began last year with a  successful event at Uffington Village Hall.
In early 2020, Kate and Liz will be  at Caythorpe and Frieston Village Hall on March 20thand 21st.  F.E.A.S.T. has been created by sisters Kate and Liz Genever; an artist and scientist respectively but also farmers. The family own a traditional mixed farm in a village in South Lincolnshire. Agriculture and its related concerns are central to their work, as is encouraging people to think, reflect and do.
F.E.A.S.T has two distinct elements:  1: A Free Exhibition of a professional artists work relevant to the local landscape and F.E.A.S.T themes. Open across both days between 2 and 4 pm where the artists will happily meet visitors and talk about their work. Complimentary tea and cakes will be available. 2: A Dinner which offers a social atmosphere, delicious food and an opportunity to develop a deeper understanding. Each meal is opened with provocations from both the arts and science on sustainable farming and the environment. These will start the conversations, with everyone being involved in the discussion. We welcome guests with a wide range of interests, backgrounds and specialisms.
F.E.A.S.T. utilises locally sourced ingredients, including surplus food to produce a range of plant and animal-based dishes. Each dinner lasts three hours and has 25 places. The dinner runs between6 – 9 pm and costs £25.
F.E.A.S.T is supported by Invest SK 
For more information and/or to book at place for the meal: kate@kategenever.com or liz@lizgenever.com