At the Table: Appropriation, Adaptation, and Allyship, register by October 16
At the Table will be hosting its second virtual dinner of the semester, with the subject of “Appropriation, Adaptation, and Allyship” at 6:30 p.m. on Sunday, October 25 via Zoom.
Participation and provided ingredients are free; however, space is limited and participants must register by October 16. Information about picking up recipes, ingredients, and bowls from University Galleries can be found in the registration form.
At the Table is a series of virtual dinners and facilitated conversations that aim to build community and embrace vulnerability during these difficult times. The series is co-facilitated by MFA students Aca Carle, Japheth Asiedu-Kwarteng, Peytin Fitzgerald, Priscilla Lo, and Assistant Professor of Nonwestern/Global Art History Kantara Souffrant. These virtual dinners and discussions gather individuals across ISU and the Bloomington-Normal community to dine and discuss the evening’s chosen topic.
A recipe, curated and adapted by Priscilla Lo, accompanies each event. Participants will receive recipes and non-perishable ingredients to create the meals before the discussion begins. Every participant will also receive a handmade bowl made by Japheth Asiedu-Kwarteng with support from Priscilla Lo. Each meal and conversation topic are different, but the goal is to host a communal space that welcomes conversations across differences.
Suggested time to begin cooking is 5:15 p.m. so that participants can have a finished meal by the time the event begins.
At the Table is sponsored by the Wonsook Kim School of Art, University Galleries, Green Top Grocery, and Bloomington Hy-Vee.