Santa Fe Art Institute Food Justice residents ask how to confront inherent social, cultural and economic problems in the food system. Further, how to bring together insights from creative fields, environmental sciences, sustainable agriculture, critical theory, and food studies to have a local, national, and international impact. As a Food Justice resident from March 3rd to April 10th 2015, I considered the concept of food justice through the lens of education. I believe the right to healthy food is a civil right and I seek Food Justice for the American system through creating social practice art work with youth, aligned with education curriculum, on nutrition and cooking relevant to our time with hands on, practical uses. I am also developing research on the food served to vulnerable demographics such as schools, hospitals, and prisons and the impact of institutional foodscapes.