LIVING WINE: A Virtual Film Screening, Talk, and Tasting
Tuesday, February 7
MOFAD is proud to present a virtual screening of LIVING WINE, a new documentary that follows the journeys of natural winemakers in Northern California, during the largest wildfire season on record. Following the screening, we'll be joined virtually for a conversation and wine tasting with the film's director Lori Miller, winemaker Megan Bell, and wine professional Lee Campbell.
If you’d like to participate in the wine tasting led by Megan Bell of Margins Wine, you can order wine online at https://www.marginswine.com/shop and use discount code LIVINGWINE for 20% off. Megan will be tasting the Rugged Heart, Pinot Noir, and Mourvedre. Your wine will arrive in time for the Feb 7th event if you order by January 25th.
Ingredients for Revolution: A History of Feminst Restaurants and Queer Spaces
Thursday, January 26
Ingredients for Revolution: A History of American Feminist Restaurants, Cafes, and Coffeehouses is the first history of the more than 230 feminist and lesbian-feminist restaurants, cafes, and coffeehouses that existed in the United States from 1972 to the present.
Join author Alex D. Ketchum in virtual conversation with scholar Dr. KC Hysmith as she tells the story of primarily lesbian, queer women, and folks who started these spaces and discusses how these organizations reconciled feminist beliefs with capitalism and how they strove for more equitable and sustainable business practices.
Copies of Ingredients for Revolution by Alex Ketchum are available for purchase with tickets from our partner, Kitchen Arts & Letters. *US residents only
In Harlem, a neighborhood filled with myriad immigrant communities, rice can be thought of as a representation of the area’s diverse culture. No one knows this better than James Beard Award-winning Chef Chef JJ Johnson, whose restaurant FIELDTRIPcelebrates culture through the shared experience of rice.
Join Johnson along with Oscar Lorenzzi, chef of Contento in East Harlem, and farmer and educator Anisha Rathod, in conversation with New York Times Food staff reporter, Priya Krishna, as they discuss the experiences of diaspora communities rooted in Harlem and connected by rice, a common ingredient with countless stories to tell. Your ticket includes a rice bowl from FIELDTRIP and a glass of sake from Brooklyn Kura, plus all-day admission to the Museum.