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Let them Eat Art
Jan
25
6:00 PM18:00

Let them Eat Art

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We invite you to indulge all your senses in this glorious evening of food, merriment, and art! Local chefs from Columbia are invited to pick a piece of art from the gallery to use as inspiration for a dish of finger food. We welcome you to enjoy this food with us, meet our chefs, and celebrate with other guests!


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Let Them Eat Art! Ticket
40.00

Come help us celebrate the creativity in our community by purchasing a ticket to Let Them Eat Art!

This event will take place at CAL on Friday, January 25th, from 6-8 PM. Your ticket will get you access to local chefs who have each prepared a tapas-style bite inspired by a piece of art in the gallery!

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Scapes
May
9
to Jun 23

Scapes

There’s a reason galleries around the world are filled with so many landscapes, seascapes and fantastical dreamscapes: at some point in our daily lives, we all crave an escape. For some that’s gazing out onto a golden hayfield beneath a huge mid-western sky, for others a view of a tumultuous ocean, or a languid wild-flower carpeted meadow, or maybe a view into another dimension, to a world other than our own.

In Scapes artists are invited to transform the gallery into a myriad of views - an exploration of the world we live in and worlds beyond, from the prosaic humdrum scapes of daily life, to inspirational views and escapist fantasies.

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Comestible
Mar
14
to May 5

Comestible

Language loves food: cornucopia, ambrosia, delicatessen, confectionery, aphrodisiac, and the show’s title, comestible, are such lovely words upon the tongue, that they almost have their own flavor. Just as food has inspired such a decadent linguistic feast, so too has it provided a font of creativity for the visual artist: think of those heaving tables of the Dutch Baroque period, Arcimboldo’s surreal fruit portraits, Cezanne’s apples, Thiebaud’s Cakes or the jello art of contemporary British food artists, Bompas and Parr.

In Comestible artists are invited to explore our love of food, its role as both a necessity and a luxury in a world where gluttony is far outpaced by hunger.

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