Introducing Eat Art!

Photo by Dominick Mastrangelo

Readers and eaters! We are so pleased to announce the launch of our newest project, Eat Art, which is a collaboration with social-practice artist and food enthusiast Tracy Candido.

Eat Art is a new socially-engaged happening that celebrates food, art, taste, creativity, history and community. Eat Art is a hybrid event, beginning with a guided and themed tour at a NYC museum followed by a food event, like a dinner party or culinary workshop, that is inspired by a collection of art.

Our first event will be held on October 15th and begin at the Brooklyn Museum. Join us on a tour of contemporary and classical art at museum, where we will explore works of art by Brooklyn-based contemporary artists who use classical tropes to explore modern issues in society.

Our hour-long tour will be followed by a dinner that features a multi-course tasting menu inspired by and complimenting our journey through the museum. Our seasonal, farm fresh menu showcases contemporary approaches to traditional dishes.

We sincerely hope you can join us for this exciting, new event! Here is the practical info:

Saturday, October 15, 4:00-8:00pm

Meet at the Brooklyn Museum, 200 Eastern Parkway, Brooklyn NY

$85 per person

Limited $65 Artist Tickets will be available on the day of the event.Artists are encouraged to attend!

 Click here to sign up.

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About 2cooksinthekitchen

Two cooks, one from Bushwick and a passionate meat-eater, one from Sunset Park and a former vegan, and both NYC transplants, set out to share original recipes that can be made dairy free and vegan deserts; showcase culinary resources in the outer boroughs (and sometimes Manhattan) where one can find unique, specific and fairly priced ingredients; and participate wholeheartedly in the many cultures of cooking and eating that make up New York City.
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