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Re-Thinking Soup: "Art and Appetite"

January 21, 2014
Ryan Education Center, Studio B
Free; Registration Required

Join us for a bowl of delicious soup and stimulating conversation as we partner with Re-Thinking Soup to explore food habits, socializing, and artistic renderings of food-centric festivities on the occasion of Art and Appetite.

This special soup on-the move program will concentrate on food celebrations and representations of "Parties, Picnics and Feasts." In addition to an overview of the exhibit by lecturer Allison Muscolino, artist Eric May will led a conversation about the local food gatherings he hosts with Piranha Club.

Reserve your spot today! 

Registration is required for this program. Space is limited.

For questions, please call Jane Addams Hull-House Museum at (312) 413-5353.

William J. McCloskey. Wrapped Oranges, 1889. Amon Carter Museum of American Art, Fort Worth, Texas. Acquisition in memory of Katrine Deakins, Trustee, Amon Carter Museum of American Art, 1961–1985.