The Culinary Arts Museum at Johnson & Wales University will be permanently closed to the public as of February 27, 2017. The university is digitizing the museum’s holdings for research and can be viewed on our Collections page.
Molds are used to transform everyday foods into edible works of art.
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Menus have taken on many forms throughout history.
The museum’s collection of art is an eclectic expression of creative talent.
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Equipment and appliances designed to meet the needs of the commercial industry.
The home kitchen is where meals are made and memories created.
The museum has a diverse collection of advertising pieces.
Photography, in all its various forms, is a portal into the past and a vision for the future.
There are many kinds of cookbooks and the museum has over 60,000.
Gail Ciampa, Journal Food Editor of the Providence Journal, attended the museum's opening of our latest exhibition, "from Paper to Plate." Ciampa talked with our Collections Manager, Erin Williams, and Will Brown, artist and culinary arts student, about the exhibition and Brown's artistic process.
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'From Paper to Plate' The Culinary Artistry of Student Will Brown
CAM Event and Program Coordinator, and native Rhode Islander, Kristin M. Zosa Puleo discusses for Cheese Connoisseur Magazine the origin of a favorite party food, pizza strips.
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