Giant sculptures of canned food. Built by local architects, contractors, and engineers. And all for a good cause. Who wouldn’t want to see this? Stop by the Bausch & Lomb Wintergarden November 5-16th (bring along your own canned food donation, if you wish) and check out this year’s captivating canned creations at canstruction® Rochester. Our very own Wayne Goodman will be helping judge the entries.
So what, you ask, is Canstruction®? According to the Canstruction® Rochester website, Canstruction® is an international charity competition where architects, engineers, contractors and students compete to design and build giant structures made entirely from full cans of food. Rochester is joined by 100 cities across North America who will hold Canstruction® Competitions in the coming year. Highlighting the creativity and compassion of top architectural and engineering firms, these astounding structures are helping to change the world – by lifting the spirits of those in need, by raising public awareness, and most importantly, by collecting millions of pounds of food for local food banks.