MSN, Local Edition, “Weekend’s Best,” April 13-15

“With a mission to integrate art into daily life via food, this esoteric fest of deliciously creative events brings indie rock concerts, kitchen workshops and titillating poetry to venues across the boroughs.”

Time Out, New York, “Events,” April 12-18, 2012, Issue 855

“Food-inspired art is the focus of this three-week festival, in which artists, filmmakers, musicians and culinary professionals will collaborate on various events.”

New York Times, “Dining Calendar,” April 10, 2012

by Florence Fabricant

“Umami Food and Art Festival, a month of events, will start Thursday and continue through May 9, with cooking workshops, rock concerts, film programs, food and wine presentations, and discussions of experimental cuisine.”

Eater NY, “Food Fests,” March 21st, 2012

by Greg Morbiato

Raiding the Larder, “Amuse Bouche,” March 19th, 2012

“In its third installment, the Umami food and art festival offers an appetizing assortment of multi-sensory events … The Recipe Project is a food-meets-music original”, Press Release — Culinary Industry News, March 20th, 2012

“Umami food and art festival offers an appetizing assortment of multi-sensory events”

Flavorpill, ‘The Recipe Project,’ March 14th, 2012

by Sara Roffino

“Your aural palette will be charmed by music borne of a collaboration between top NYC chefs and Brooklyn-based indie rockers, One Ring Zero, while your tasting palette enjoys the delicious food and drinks included in the evening. The Recipe Project is just one night of the Umami Food and Art Festival.”

Senses & Society “Palate Meets Palette” Vol. 6, issue 2, Summer 2011

by Lisa Myers,

“Through unexpected food experiences, artists, cooks, and audience members discovered the versatility of food as a means of approaching art.”

New York Times, Calendar, February 24, 2010
by Florence Fabricant

“‘Savory’ Festival”

NY Art Beat, Events, February 24, 2010

“Umami Food & Art Festival brings together masters of cooking with technology … with the cutting-edge art and technology organization Eyebeam.”

Newyorkavore, February 25, 2010

by Angela Gaimari

“…a crazy food fashion show.”

Media Harvest, February 25, 2010

“…THIS is what food events should be: new, fun, thoughtful, inspirational, and humble.”

VS. The Pomegranate, February 28th, 2010

by Joseph Shahadi

The New Yorker, Above and Beyond, March 1, 2010

“Artists who work with edibles.”

Cherrypatter NYC, March 12, 2010

“super panels”

New York Mycological Society Newsletter, Mycopolis, Winter 2010

“Umami festival celebrates the flavor of fungi”