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You don’t need to wear chef’s whites to turn food into art. Each year, teams of architects, engineers and designers build large-scale sculptures out of canned food for this competition and food drive. Twenty-six entries will be displayed and judged in categories such as Best Use of Labels, Most Cans and People’s Choice; favorites from last year’s contest, including a replica Jefferson Memorial made of tuna fish, will also be shown at other locations around town (through Nov 8). Visitors are encouraged to bring nonperishable tinned grub to donate to City Harvest; the last effort helped feed 90,000 hungry New Yorkers.
Event phone: 212-945-0505
Event website: http://brookfieldplaceny.com

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Pat

As both a team member and part of the SDA Canstruction Committee who organizes this event, I know how fabulous it is - try to make some time to see it, it is an unforgettable experience!