About Full Plate

Our goal is to bring awareness to and document the diversity and contribution of our local agriculture expressed through the arts. Throughout 2017 from Yahk to Riondel we helped bring together growers and producers with artists from many media, with the resulting collaboration shared through a variety of media, social media, venues, events and local publications.

A FULL PLATE was the name chosen to acknowledge the bounty and diversity of food culture that we enjoy throughout our region. Bringing the arts and agriculture together is an opportunity to reveal our stories and make new connections especially with the growing interest in food security.

The Full Plate Organizing Committee

Brenda Brucker, Maureen Cameron, Audrey Orosz, Joanna Wilson, Lou Knafla (Museum Rep), Frank Goodsir, Carmen Ditzler, Richard Murray, Brenna Murray.

Full Plate

Vision of FullPlate.ca

To celebrate Canada 150, from Yahk to Riondel, A Full Plate will create the opportunity for agriculture and the arts to come together to celebrate the diverse cultures, geographies, ages and lifestyles of our region. This project will bring full season awareness about how food is produced.


Over the course of 2017, A Full Plate celebrated being Canadian by encouraging artists and food producers to collaborate, create, nurture and spark projects and events that bring awareness to food and agriculture.


Initial Project Setup

Organize Volunteers to help promote and aggregate Agriculture and artistic treasures of the Creston Valley

Online Presence

Create a website and social media presence to act as a home base for events and ideas.


Providing promotional support through networking and advertising.

Activities & Venues

Creating spaces where people can contribute and connect across regional and cultural diversity.


The end of 2017 marks the end of Canada's 150th, but agriculture and art continue to thrive.

2018 Upcoming events

A FULL PLATE Canada 150

What inspires you as an artist in any medium, or a food sector producer/grower as you check out these panels to tell a story about Life as a Canadian here in Creston..memories, family stories, experiences as a grower, the beauty, diversity, abundance, challenges? Contact Us if you have an idea, if you want to work with an artist or a grower to tell your story. Full Plate is a year long project to celebrate and bring awareness to our Food and Culture sector. Thanks to Tammy Bradford of the Creston Museum for putting these together.

Art Meets Agriculture at the Creston Museum

We're a museum that reflects the history of local agriculture.