Tag: The Carnegie

Carnegie Art of Food takes on a ’50s vibe

Chef Stephen Williams from Bouquet during last year's event.

The Carnegie’s popular Art of Food is back with two nights of food and art, and this year it’s going retro. Local culinary artists will create traditional recipes celebrating ’50s classics from the quintessential “Joy of Cooking” to the revolutionary TV dinner.

What to do, hear, see | Dec. 7-13

Whether you consider the situation a challenge or an opportunity, this is THE holiday weekend for choral music. There is a whole lot of singing going on, so take your pick or immerse yourself in four of the most interesting programs of the season…

Forget politics. What about Bob Ross?

The Carnegie is offering its own twist on this debate season, with a mock-serious debate on the merits of Bob Ross, the prolific PBS painter with the iconic perm. In order to live up to its name – “Drinking About Art: The Bob Ross Debate” – the event is also an interactive drinking game for the audience, the debaters and the moderator.

VISUAL: movers & makers of the moment

21c: Germán Gómez (Spanish), “Drawn VI” (from the Drawn series), mixed media drawing, 2007

While the FotoFocus 2016 Biennial in October will dominate the fall scene, contributions to the rich tapestry of our visual arts landscape continue to emerge from fresh sources. Maria Seda-Reeder shares her thoughts on the artistic movers and makers to watch this autumn season.