Food and the Muloma Heritage Center with chef Adrian Lipscombe 3/25 | | Zoom

Join Campus Kitchen for a presentation from chef Adrian Lipscombe about the work of the Muloma Heritage Center.

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About chef Adrian Lipscombe:

Adrian is an innovator that concentrates on community involvement through engagement acts such as green architecture, active transportation and sustainable food production. She is former the Bicycle Coordinator of the City of Austin and placed the successful bike share system. She has played a major role in the development of both the San Antonio and Austin bike share systems. She is currently working toward completing her Ph.D. in Community and Regional Planning at the University of Texas at Austin, specializing in the perception of minorities on transportation. She holds a BA in Architecture and a Masters in Architecture with a certificate in Urban and Regional Planning at UT-San Antonio. She currently owns a renowned restaurant in Wisconsin and has been featured twice in a year at the James Beard House. She is currently working on the inspirational project called 40 Acres Project. The 40 Acres Project mission is to preserve the legacy black agriculture and foodways in the United States. For more information visit

About the Muloma Heritage Center:

Muloma Heritage Center is a non-profit organization that is an educational, culinary & pastoral destination exploring the African Atlantic influences in American culture, and its contribution to American cuisines that bridges the gap between the past, present and future, and creates a legacy for future generations.