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Artists as Activists Exhibit Opening

  • Details

  • 3/27/20
  • 7 - 9 p.m.
  • $15 – $30
  • Ages 21+
  • Categories

  • Museum/Exhibit
  • Community

Event Description

The NCSML is partnering with some of the District’s best chef’s to bring you a collision of art and taste to celebrate the opening of Artists as Activists . We have asked the Executive Chef of Rodina, Samuel Charles, and owner of Rawlicious, Jessica LaFayette, to choose works of art from this exhibition as inspiration for their own signature culinary interpretations. Four works of art will be featured in a food and drink pairing by each chef. During the evening’s program you will get an exclusive first look at the exhibition before it opens to the public as well as hear from Artists as Activists Curator, Charlotta Kotík, one of New York’s best contemporary art curators. Your ticket includes complimentary food and two drinks (one alcoholic and one non-alcoholic).  Cash bar available. We will do our best to accommodate all dietary restrictions, but please alert us ahead of time to better serve you by contacting Teresa Stenstrup, Director of Programs at tstenstrup@ncsml.org.

Cost: Members: $15, Non-members: $30
Registration required by March 20.

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