Building on the history of unique culinary events hosted by Kemper Museum’s Café Sebastienne under the direction of Executive Chef Rick Mullins, this remarkable dinner series returns for another year exploring the art and artists of our time.
Creating a collaborative, artist-inspired, multicourse menu for each event, this series follows significant exhibition openings throughout 2020.
Join us Friday, August 21, at 7:00 p.m. as the 2020 Artist Dinner Series features Atrium Project artist Joiri Manaya. Living between the United States and the Dominican Republic has made Minaya aware of her own difference and subjectivity depending on context. Her work meditates on representation, identity constructions, gender roles, migration and nature from a personal place.
Price: $125 per person
*price includes drinks, dinner, and gratuity
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Sponsored in-part by UMB Private Wealth Management