Joseph Privott is a museum professional and practice-based researcher. He returns to the Historic Trades department to continue the conversation about industrial development, globalization and identity. Working with the dedicated staff of Food Programs has allowed him to hone existing skills and venture into new territories such as traditional butchering. An explorer of global food heritage, Joseph appreciates the essential nature of food and its deep ties to individuals and the community. When he steps away from the hearth, he enjoys making, using and promoting quality hand work of all sorts.
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