The lovely folks at the Carnegie have presented me with two pairs of tickets to the Art of Food! I’m giving one pair of tickets away over on Facebook, but the other pair? Here.
The Art of Food is the annual event at the Carnegie that features local artists and chefs honoring food.
The opening reception for The Art of Food will take place Friday, March 1, 2013 from 6pm-9pm in The Carnegie Galleries. During the opening attendees will have the opportunity to sample edible creations by more than twenty of the area’s top chefs while feasting their eyes on the culinary-inspired artistic works of artists Kelly Romer Armstrong, Eric Brass, Leah Busch, Valerie Escobedo, Timothy Gold, Sandra Gross, Dorie Guthrie, Debbie Hook, Joyce Kaufman, Rosie Kovacs, Pam Kravetz, Frannie Kroner, Carla Lamb, Megan Lemay, Carole Lichty-Smith, Trinidad Mac-Auliffe, Cheryl Metzger, Carla Morales, Becky Norris, Karen Saunders, Lori Siebert, Sheida Soleimani, Jenifer Sult, Jeff Sutherland, Katie Swartz, Amy Swoboda, Tom Towhey andJen Ustick.
Cost to attend The Art of Food opening reception is $25 for Carnegie Members and $40 general admission, in advance; $35 for Carnegie Members and $50 for non-members, at the door. More than 600 guests are expected to attend the opening.
Tickets are available through The Carnegie Box Office, open Tuesday through Friday, Noon – 5pm, online at www.thecarnegie.com, or by phone at (859) 957-1940. Admission to view the artwork on display in The Art of Food is FREE after opening night and open to the public Monday, March 4 through Thursday, March 21, 2013. Gallery hours are Monday – Friday, 10am – 5pm, Saturday 12pm – 3pm. (Please note The Carnegie will be closed Saturday, March 2, 2013.)
A few things:
1. For entry, comment with a suggestion of a restaurant I should review (bonus points: if you look up which restaurants I’ve already written about. Well, no bonus points, but it would be nice).
2. You have to be 21 or older, as there is alcohol at the event.
3. You must be able to attend on Friday, March 1.
4. You must include an email address in your Disqus account– not in the post itself (don’t get yourself spammed). Otherwise, I can’t contact you.