Host Michael Gadlin: Art As Activism
Kitchen Table brings together artists, activists, and scholars for conversations over dinner using the current exhibitions as a starting point for discussion. Dinners are free, reservations are required, and seating is extremely limited. Each pop-up dinner features a different host and a different theme. Tickets include admission to the museum, dinner, and non-alcoholic beverages. Beer, wine, and cocktails are available for purchase. The event begins with a walk through of the museum and continues with dinner in the cafe. Dinner menus are curated by James Beard Award-winning author and scholar Adrian Miller and presented by Two Sistahs Eats-n-Treats. Vegetarian meals are available upon request. Due to the intimate nature of the event, we are unable to accommodate dietary restrictions.
Cost: Free with registration. (Very limited capacity)
Bio: Born in Denver, Colorado, Michael Gadlin attended Pratt Institute of Art and Design in Brooklyn NY. He recently was invited to France, where he received a studio residency from the La Napoule Art Foundation. The Vance Kirkland Museum acquired his work as part of their permanent collection. Michael has been commissioned by the city of Denver for public art installations, several of which are permanently installed in the city.
Baked Chicken in Light Sauce, Roast Beef with Mushroom Gravy
Greens, Yams, Mac & Cheese,
Veggie Stuffed Bell Peppers
What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event?
Street parking is limited. The garage directly across 15th street is $5 after 4PM.
Can you accommodate dietary restrictions?
Vegetarian meals are available upon request. Due to the intimate nature of the event, we are unable to accommodate dietary restrictions.