Wake Forest Innovation Quarter invites the public to a free Lunch and Learn program to explore the changes in downtown Winston-Salem’s food environment throughout the decades and hear about the challenges the shift has caused within the surrounding neighborhoods and African American community.
Led by Margaret Savoca of the Department of Epidemiology and Prevention at Wake Forest School of Medicine, the program will feature a film and photography exhibit entitled “The Making of Foodways & Roadways” which combines the voices of those who have lived in the downtown area throughout the years with photos of youth and archival and present day images.
The exhibit is a joint project between Wake Forest Translational Sciences Institute and Wake Forest University Documentary Film Program.
Those interested to participate in the Lunch and Learn program may click here to register.
Wednesday, Oct. 16 from noon to 1 p.m.
The Atrium at Wake Forest Biotech Place in Innovation Quarter
575 N. Patterson Ave.
Winston-Salem, NC 27101
Free parking will be available in event parking Lot A on the north end of Biotech Place and can be accessed at the intersection of Patterson Avenue and 6th Street N.E.
Chad Campbell, email@example.com, 336-713-1652.
About Wake Forest Innovations
Wake Forest Innovations (WakeForestInnovations.com) is the commercialization enterprise of Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center, a fully integrated, internationally recognized academic medical center. Located in the Wake Forest Innovation Quarter in Winston-Salem, N.C., Wake Forest Innovations establishes and manages new business and partnerships based on the innovative products and services that arise from ideas, discoveries and the scientific research assets of the Medical Center and Wake Forest University. The enterprise’s core services include: Product Innovation & Commercialization Services - to stimulate the creation of innovation technology, products and services, and to license these to existing and start-up companies; Scientific Business Services - to structure, promote and contract the scientific research assets of the Medical Center and Wake Forest University to partners under competitive terms; and Innovation Quarter Services - to develop the Wake Forest Innovation Quarter as a hub for innovation in biomedical science, materials science and information technology.