HRN Happy Hour

Sari Kamin on Food Media and Culture

Episode Summary

Sari Kamin, Public Programs Manager at MOFAD, joins the team to talk about shifting an imminent exhibit to the virtual world, how she got her start at HRN, and the evolution of her HRN show, Food Without Borders, which highlights immigrant cuisines in the U.S.

Episode Notes

Sari Kamin, Public Programs Manager at MOFAD, joins the team to talk about shifting an imminent exhibit to the virtual world, how she got her start at HRN, and the evolution of her HRN show, Food Without Borders, which highlights immigrant cuisines in the U.S.

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