Jul
26
5:30 PM17:30

FARM TO TABLE with Culinary Artist in Residence Stefanie Sacks

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Seating is very limited. Purchase Tickets Here

Stefanie Sacks, MS, CNS, CDN is a nationally recognized Culinary Nutritionist and leading authority on eating to prevent and manage illness. For over two decades, she has helped transform the way people eat using hands on experiences to inspire, educate and offer practical tools for food lifestyle change. She has her Masters of Science in Nutrition from Teachers College, Columbia University, is a Certified Nutrition Specialist, Certified Dietitian Nutritionist and is a graduate of the Natural Gourmet Institute for Health and Culinary Arts. As a chef, nutritionist and innate healer she uses food as a conduit to deep transformation. She inspires, educates and empowers people to eat and live to their full potential. Her book What The Fork Are You Eating is a must-read guide for anyone looking to improve food choice! In addition to being a frequent print, radio and television media guest expert, in 2017 Stefanie was inducted into Les Dames D'Escoffier, an international philanthropic organization of women leaders in the field of food, fine beverage and hospitality. She is a member of the International Association for Culinary Professionals and sits on the advisory board of the Natural Gourmet Institute, A Greener World and Amagansett Food Institute. A native New Yorker, Stefanie lives on the East End of Long Island with her husband, two very active boys and Blossom, the family dog. When she is not in her kitchen creating new recipes or feeding her family, she is swimming in the bay or hiking with her dog.

www.stefaniesacks.com

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Jul
27
2:00 PM14:00

ART SEED Residency #35

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A community event featuring work from our Session #35 artists in residence including performance, open studios, and readings. Performances begin in the barn promptly at 2pm, open studios to follow. Marble House Project is a multidisciplinary artist residency fostering sustainability, community, and collaboration.  This event is free and open to the public

Participating Artists

Terrie Samundra

Grisha Coleman

Brian Harnetty

Leslie McCleave

Nat Segnit

Niki Segnit

Brooke Singer

Jina Valentine

Amanda Burr Xido

Jeremy Xido

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Aug
23
5:30 PM17:30

FARM TO TABLE with Culinary Artist in Residence Krystal Mack

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Seating is limited. Purchase Tickets Here

I am a Culinary Artist, Creative Consultant, and Writer. My work focuses on food at the intersection of emotion and consumption. Some of my past works include an experimental frozen desserts concept, KarmaPop; the creation of Baltimore’s first food vending tricycle, The PieCycle; and conceptual pop-up dinners. I have assisted at the annual Icon Dinner at The James Beard House, was named a “Woman To Watch” by the Baltimore Sun, and had the honor of being listed in Cherrybombe Magazine’s Cherrybombe 100 as a “Change Agent” in the food industry. I currently work and reside in Baltimore, Maryland.

krystalcmack.com

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Aug
24
2:00 PM14:00

ART SEED Residency #36

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A community event featuring work from our Session #36 artists in residence including performance, open studios, and readings. Performances begin in the barn promptly at 2pm, open studios to follow. Marble House Project is a multidisciplinary artist residency fostering sustainability, community, and collaboration.  This event is free and open to the public

Participating Artists

Geri Doran

Lorna Dune

Soomi Kim

Le'Andra LeSeur

Wendy Vogel

Eva Weber

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Sep
20
5:30 PM17:30

FARM TO TABLE with Culinary Artist in Residence Ysanet Batista

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Seating is limited. Purchase Tickets Here

Ysanet Batista is a queer Black-Dominican woman, born in Harlem, NY and raised in between the Dominican Republic and Hialeah, FL. Ysanet graduated from Johnson & Wales University in Providence, RI and spent a couple of years working in major hotel companies before transitioning to community based work. When she is not cooking or developing Woke Foods, Ysanet is helping other people start their own worker-cooperative businesses at Green Worker Cooperatives at their Coop Academy. Her passions include holistic cooking, farming, writing, and community organizing. She is inspired by the power and magic of Black and Brown people, the ocean, and the Now. She is currently a student at Farm School NYC earning a certificate in Urban Agriculture. Ysanet loves eating Platano Maduros and talking gut health! 

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Sep
21
2:00 PM14:00

ART SEED Residency #37

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A community event featuring work from our Session #37 artists in residence including performance, open studios, and readings. Performances begin in the barn promptly at 2pm, open studios to follow. Marble House Project is a multidisciplinary artist residency fostering sustainability, community, and collaboration.  This event is free and open to the public

Participating Artists

Leslie Cuyjet

Stephanie Elizondo Griest

Melanie Griffin

Justin Olerud

Kyle Sanna

Keith Wilson

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Sep
27
to Sep 30

WEEKEND Environmental Art Therapy Retreat

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Art is a bridge that connects how we affect our environment and how it affects each of us. This Environmental Art Therapy retreat will offer specific methods for engaging with nature.  Encouraging the integration of self and environment both personally and professionally, the ultimate goal will be finding the relationship between self-care and environmental stewardship.  Participants will explore their internal and external attachments as reflected in the creative choices made within a natural environment.   This retreat is open to anyone seeking to learn ways to creatively connect to nature and is also open to Creative Art Therapists and other helping professionals interested in integrating community building, nature and the arts into their practice.  

NYS LCATs can earn CE credits.

 

For more information about scheduling, group leaders, NYS LCATs and more click here

REGISTER HERE

 

 

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Oct
25
5:30 PM17:30

FARM TO TABLE with Culinary Artists in Residence Marente Renea Van Der Valk and Céline Pelcé

PURCHASE TICKETS HERE Seating is limited

Maison Paris was a series of 5 edible structures, created for a private event in Paris.

Maison Paris was a series of 5 edible structures, created for a private event in Paris.

Based in Paris, Céline Pelcé works as a food artist. She began working with food while working as interior designer : she considers both food and architecture as elements built on a same action : ingestion, extraction of matter and techniques, in different transformation processes. And this, in order to respond to basic human needs : housing and eating. She now uses food as a material to build artistic experiences : food enables her to express the poetic of territories, culinary rituals, and craft techniques. Her research grows in collaboration with chefs and craftsmen, with their codes, and rules. The researches are then staged and proposed to the public, as guests.

These experiences consist in food installations, performances, or orchestrated meals. In each of these format, Céline uses food to convey a story, and the guest is invited to embed it, by the act of eating. The experience ends in the disapperance. These situations include a dimension of hospitality : as the piece starts to be shared and eaten, each guest has the room to be a part of it, and to make the piece his own.

https://www.celinepelce.fr


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Seating is limited

Marente van der Valk_AIR_Photo_2017_Canape as part of the Non-Human Narrative Series. The canape consists out of several fermented and air-dries elements and is served with tepache.

Marente van der Valk_AIR_Photo_2017_Canape as part of the Non-Human Narrative Series. The canape consists out of several fermented and air-dries elements and is served with tepache.

Marente van der Valk is a Dutch-born, London based chef, (food) designer and food stylist. She graduated in 2012 from a MA Design and Environment at Goldsmiths University of London, and has since then been focusing on projects and events with an emphasis on environmental awareness and community mindedness. Her work is often a multi-sensory experience where a love for bringing people together results in a wealth of flavours and colours and a feel-good atmosphere. Currently, Marente is six months into a year-long culinary residency at the Jan van Eyck Academy’s Food Lab in Maastricht. Founding the Food lab at JvE and running it on a day-to-day basis has enabled her to investigate new approaches and angles to her cooking processes and the interactive properties of food and the act of eating. By focusing on the wealth of the edible plant world - using organic, seasonal produce straight from local farmers- and the use of the whole vegetable where possible, as well as considering meat to be a treat, she strives to have a minimal impact on the environment.

www.marentevandervalk.com


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Oct
26
2:00 PM14:00

ART SEED Residency #38

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A community event featuring work from our Session #38 artists in residence including performance, open studios, and readings. Performances begin in the barn promptly at 2pm, open studios to follow. Marble House Project is a multidisciplinary artist residency fostering sustainability, community, and collaboration.  This event is free and open to the public

Participating Artists

Ellen Adams

Lara Mimosa Montes

Emily Moran

Elissa Osterland

Owyn Ruck

Anna Sperber

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Jul
6
2:00 PM14:00

ART SEED Residency #34

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A community event featuring work from our Session #34 artists in residence including performance, open studios, and readings. Performances begin in the barn promptly at 2pm, open studios to follow. Marble House Project is a multidisciplinary artist residency fostering sustainability, community, and collaboration.  This event is free and open to the public

Participating Artists

Leigh Gallagher

Luisa Valderrama

Ian Trask

Hanne G

Alexis Lathem

Sugar Vendil

Melanie Greene

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Jul
5
5:30 PM17:30

FARM TO TABLE with Culinary Artists in Residence Cole Carothers And Shilpa Nandwani,

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This event is sold out.

If you would like to be put on the waiting list please email Info@marblehouseproject.org

Khao'na Kitchen (pronounced KAH-OWN-A), founded by Cole Carothers and Shilpa Nandwani, was built on the footsteps of revolutionaries before us who believed in the power of community and fought for their rights to thrive. Khao’na means to "eat now" in Visayan and to "feast now" in Punjabi and Khao’na Kitchen is a fusion between Filipino and Indian culture, is cooperatively owned and offers wellness coaching, educational workshops & curriculum, and the catering of traditional Indian + Filipino meals with a healthy twist. Khao'na Kitchen is based in Brooklyn, NY and is a queer, gender non-conforming, woman and people of color-run cooperative. Khao'na Kitchen prides itself on delicious, unique, non-factory methods of creating sustainable food while decolonizing our minds and methods of what it means to create & eat food that has ridges, curves, & bumps yet never sacrificing flavor or integrity.

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Jun
20
5:00 PM17:00

10 Year Retrospective of Lightyear

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The eight female-identifying artists in “Other Voices” participated in residencies at The Marble House Project between 2016 and 2018. 
They invite the audience to learn through liminal space whereby poetic gestures become essential elements in communicating history. The films are constructed through experimental, sensory, tactile and painterly approaches. This uniquely felt approach expands the potential of documentary – here sensory perception is held in equal esteem to scientific fact.  
Included is

Light Year 43: Other Voices

Curated by Danielle Epstein

Originally presented November 2018

The eight female-identifying artists in “Other Voices” participated in residencies at The Marble House Project between 2016 and 2018.

They invite the audience to learn through liminal space whereby poetic gestures become essential elements in communicating history. The films are constructed through experimental, sensory, tactile and painterly approaches. This uniquely felt approach expands the potential of documentary – here sensory perception is held in equal esteem to scientific fact.

Participating Artists:

• Jesse Epstein

• Maya Erdelyi

• Dee Hibbert-Jones and Naomi Talisman

• Gina Kamentsky

• Yuliya Lanina

• Heather M. O’Brien

• Emma Piper-Burket

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Jun
8
2:00 PM14:00

ART SEED Residency #33

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A community event featuring work from our Session 33 artists in residence including performance, open studios, and readings. Performances begin in the barn promptly at 2pm, open studios to follow. Marble House Project is a multidisciplinary artist residency fostering sustainability, community, and collaboration.  This event is free and open to the public

PARTICIPATING ARTISTS

Darrel Alejandro Holnes

F. María Velasco

Ursula Endlicher

Fumihiro Kikuchi

Kala Pierson

Jody Wood

Amelia Schonbek

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Jun
7
5:30 PM17:30

FARM TO TABLE with culinary artist in residence TESSA LIEBMAN

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Tessa Liebman_2017_This photo was taken by Emily Berger at a dinner I did in Detroit with the perfumers from Sfumato Fragrances. We collaborated on 2 nights of dinners in a decommissioned post office-turned maker space. The dinner was part of the Scents of Plates/Methods & Madness series.

Space is limited. This event is closed.

Tickets are $75 per person.

Tessa Liebman is a chef, event producer and native Brooklynite. After spending over ten years in restaurants, as the Executive Chef of Shiraz Events and teaching a culinary program she began working for herself and started the dinner series Methods & Madness in 2012. "Dinner with my Creative Crushes" is how Tessa describes her Methods & Madness dinners. Having studied a combination of Sociology and Art History at SUNY Purchase before becoming a chef she had a community of artists whom she longed to collaborate with. With the dinners she celebrates their work and enjoys shaking up her kitchen routine. Tessa has worked with typographers, painters, photographers, perfumers and foragers to produce interactive events/menus informed by the artists’ work, their “methods” (tools, processes, etc.) and their “madness” (their inspiration and motivation). In the past few years she has collaborated with more and more perfumers, translating their stories and ingredients into food experiences.

www.methodsandmadness.net

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May
11
2:00 PM14:00

ART SEED Residency #32

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A community event featuring work from Session #32 artists in residence including performance, open studios, and readings. Performances begin in the barn promptly at 2pm, open studios to follow. Marble House Project is a multidisciplinary artist residency fostering sustainability, community, and collaboration.  This event is free and open to the public.

PARTICIPATING ARTISTS

Katie Workum

Michael Dawn-Singh

Leslie Rogers

André & Evan Lenox-Samour

Etan Nechin

Hà Ninh Pham

Spencer Huffman

Charlotte Crowe

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Nov
1
6:00 PM18:00

LIGHT YEAR 43 - Other Voices - A video exhibition on the Manhattan Bridge Anchorage

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Light Year 43: "OTHER VOICES" by Marble House Project                

Video Exhibition on the Manhattan Bridge Anchorage                                             

Anchorage Place & Pearl Street, Brooklyn, NewYork   

Thursday, November 1, 2018, Sundown – 10PM 

Participating Artists and video titles: 

Jesse Epstein, Bethlehem Steel

                                                                                              

Maya Erdelyi, Hanemun Honeymoon 

                                                                                              

Dee Hibbert-Jones and Nomi Talisman, Untitled (Green-card) 

                                                                                              

Gina Kamentsky, Silo 

                                                                                              

Yuliya Lanina, Never and Both at the Same Time

                                                                                              

Heather M. O’Brien, Where this photograph was found 

                                                                                              

Emma Piper-Burket, Iraq Water Crisis 

  

Curated by: Danielle Epstein, Marble House Project 

About "Other Voices" 

The eight female-identifying artists in “Other Voices” invite the audience to learn through liminal space whereby poetic gestures become essential elements in communicating history. The films in this exhibition are constructed through experiential, sensory, tactile and painterly approaches. This uniquely felt approach expands the potential of documentary - here sensory perception is held in in equal esteem to scientific fact.  All of the female film makers in Light Year 43 participated in residencies between 2016 and 2018

About LIGHT YEAR

LIGHT YEAR is an ongoing public art video projection project presented monthly on the Manhattan Bridge Anchorage in DUMBO and live online by John Ensor Parker, Leo Kuelbs & Glowing Bulbs in collaboration with the DUMBO Business Improvement District and the NYC DOT. Since its launch, LIGHT YEAR has presented the work of over 225 artists and curators from around the world. 

For Inquires about Light Year please contact: john.ensor.parker@gmail.com

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Oct
27
2:00 PM14:00

ART SEED with our session 31 residents

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A community event featuring work from our Session Two artists in residence including performance, open studios, and readings. Performances begin in the barn promptly at 2pm, open studios to follow. Marble House Project is a multidisciplinary artist residency fostering sustainability, community, and collaboration.  This event is free and open to the public

Session 31 artists

Zain Alam - Music Composition/ Multidisciplinary

Raja Feather Kelly - Dance/Choreography

Christian Berman - Visual Arts

Lyle Kash - Film/Video

Eric Guerrero - Visual Arts

Simmi Aujla - Fiction

Farnaz Fatemi - Poetry

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Oct
26
5:30 PM17:30

Farm to table with Culinary artist in residence Gabriela Álvarez

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Join us Friday, October 26th for the last culinary event of our 2018 season. Chef in residence, Gabriela Álvarez will create an immersive tasting of the various dishes she’s been experimenting with over the course of her three-week residency at Marble House Project. While in residency, Gabriela has focused on recipes that are a birthed from the African and Taíno diasporas, such as bacalaito and arroz con gandules. This is an extension of her cooking practice exploring identity and cultural preservation through food. 5:30pm, $65. The curated menu will feature local meats prominently, please contact Marble House with dietary questions.


Gabriela Álvarez is a chef and founder of Liberation Cuisine, which she created in 2014 with the intention of nourishing movements for social change with sustainable ingredients and practices. She began cooking after studying public health in academia for several years; the kitchen became her way to tackle inequalities in the food system, while maintaining a focus on individual agency and lineage. Her own relationship with food has served as a declaration of self-worthiness in a world that diminishes brown bodies as well as a point of connection to her Puerto Rican ancestry. Her menus are an exploration of her own identities and a reflection of the communities and collectives with whom she collaborates. Gabriela Álvarez is a chef and founder of Liberation Cuisine. She began cooking after studying public health in academia for several years. The kitchen became her way to tackle inequalities in the food system, while maintaining a focus on individual agency. Her own relationship with food has served as a declaration of self-worthiness in a world that diminishes brown bodies as well as a point of connection to her Puerto Rican ancestry  READ MORE

Tickets are available here

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Sep
28
to Sep 30

Nature Practiced - An Environmental Art Therapy Retreat

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Register Here

Art is a bridge that connects how we affect our environment and how it affects each of us. This Environmental Art Therapy retreat will offer specific methods for engaging with nature.  Encouraging the integration of self and environment both personally and professionally, the ultimate goal will be finding the relationship between self-care and environmental stewardship.  Participants will explore their internal and external attachments as reflected in the creative choices made within a natural environment.   This retreat is open to anyone seeking to learn ways to creatively connect to nature and is also open to Creative Art Therapists and other helping professionals interested in integrating community building, nature and the arts into their practice.  

NYS LCATs can earn up to 15 CE credits.

 

For more information about scheduling, group leaders, NYS LCATs and more CLICK HERE

 

 

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Sep
22
2:00 PM14:00

ART SEED with our session 30 artists

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A community event featuring work from our session five  artists in residence including performance, open studios, and readings. Performances begin in the barn promptly at 2pm, open studios to follow. Marble House Project is a multidisciplinary artist residency fostering sustainability, community, and collaboration.  This event is free and open to the public.

Session 6 Artists

Peter Fulop - Visual Arts

Lindsey Reuter -  Dance/Choreorgraphy

Anne Sanow -  Fiction

Andrew Bearnot - Visual Arts

Trine Sondergaard - Visual Arts

Alyson Mead - Playwright

Shalini Kantayya - Film and Video

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Sep
21
5:30 PM17:30

Farm to table with Culinary artist in residence Csilla Thackray

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With her roots in Eastern European cooking and her Hungarian heritage, Csilla's approach to food is simplistic and seasonally driven. Her menu highlights many ingredients from local farms and co-ops around western PA. For Csilla, it's important to create a relationship between the farmers, the food and the consumer. 

Tickets will be available in early September

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Aug
25
2:00 PM14:00

ART SEED with our session 29 artists in residence

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A community event featuring work from our session five  artists in residence including performance, open studios, and readings. Performances begin in the barn promptly at 2pm, open studios to follow. Marble House Project is a multidisciplinary artist residency fostering sustainability, community, and collaboration.  This event is free and open to the public.

Session 5 Artists

Rosana Caban - Music composition

Xandra Ibarra - Performance

Yanira Castro - Multidisciplinary

Alexis Ruiseco-Lombera - Visual Arts

Kean O'brien - Curatorial

Gabby Collins-Fernandez - Visual Arts

Helen Rubenstein - Non Fiction

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Aug
24
5:30 PM17:30

Farm to table with Culinary artist in residence Amanny Ahmad

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Amanny Ahmad is an artist, chef, forager, ikebana enthusiast, writer, food activist and traveler based in new york city. born in utah to palestinian immigrants, ahmad spent her early life traveling back-and-forth between the southwest and her family’s village in the west bank, where her interest in foraging began, evolving as a way of preserving the culinary traditions of her family. since then, ahmad, who is a self-taught chef, has studied culinary traditions and wild food ways in italy, mexico, palestine, and north america, in an effort to record and help preserve indigenous culinary traditions and methods of survival.

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Seating is very limited.  Tickets are $70 per person and include wine.

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Jul
28
2:00 PM14:00

ART SEED with our session 28 residents

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A community event featuring work from our Session four artists in residence including performance, open studios, and readings. Performances begin in the barn promptly at 2pm, open studios to follow. Marble House Project is a multidisciplinary artist residency fostering sustainability, community, and collaboration.  Free and open to the public. 

Session 4  artists

Djassi DaCosta Johnson - Dance/Choreography

Ava Chin - Non Fiction

Amanda Rea - Fiction

Laura Nova -  Multidisciplinary

Jesse Epstein - Film/Video

Sheryl Oring - Multidisciplinary

Tal Beery -  Multidisciplinary

Andrew Simonet - Performance

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Jul
27
5:30 PM17:30

Farm to Table with Culinary Artist in Residence Angel Armando Torres Galina

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sold out

I was born and grew up in Mexico City. My first interest was audiovisual communication. At age 17 I started college at the University of the Cloister of Sor Juana with the intent to study that, but when I discovered that my school offered professional training in culinary arts I shifted course and began to study Gastronomy.  READ MORE

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Jun
30
2:00 PM14:00

ART SEED with our session 27 residents

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A community event featuring work from our session three artists in residence including performance, open studios, and readings. Performances begin in the barn promptly at 2pm, open studios to follow. Marble House Project is a multidisciplinary artist residency fostering sustainability, community, and collaboration.

Session 3 artists

Kimberly Bartosik  -  Dance/choreography

Michael Fischer - Non Fiction

Asuko Goto  - Visual Arts

Donna Kaz - Multidisciplinary

Efrain Rozas - Music Composition

Ivan Talijancic - Performance 

Patricia Watts - Curatorial

 

 

 

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Jun
29
5:30 PM17:30

Farm to table evening with Culinary artists Katie Yun & Sachi Nagase SOLD OUT

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This event is sold out.  

Sachi Nagase is an artist, chef, and pastry cook. She received her BFA from Washington University in St. Louis and has exhibited in multiple galleris including the Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis, Des Lee Gallery, and Front/Space.  READ MORE

Katie Yun is an artist and a chef whose work explores identity and its inherent politics. In 2017, she completed her BFA in Studio Art with a concentration in Printmaking from Washington University in St. Louis, along with a double major in Psychology and Brain Sciences.  READ MORE

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Jun
2
2:00 PM14:00

ART SEED with our session 26 residents

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A free community event featuring performances, readings and open studios with our session 2 artists.  Performances start promptly in the barn at 2pm.  Open studios to follow.   No reservations necessary.    Please visit our home page to find out more about each artist and their practice.  

Artists in session 2

Zaina Alsous

Erica Berry

Maya Erdelyi

Michael Harrison

Ben Heller

Francisco Vazquez Murillo

Paul Singh

 

 

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Jun
1
5:30 PM17:30

Farm to Table with Culinary artist in residence Dana Klitzberg

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Tickets are $65 per person.  If you wish to purchase tickets. CLICK HERE  Seating is limited.

Dana Klitzberg has been educated in Italian cuisine over the course of 28 years spent visiting and living in Italy -- as a student, traveler, resident, and professional chef. She is, to date, the first (and possibly remains the only) female American chef ever to serve as Executive Chef of a restaurant in Italy...twice. Her depth of knowledge and understanding of cooking technique, Italian and Mediterranean cuisine and its flavors and history, and restaurants and the service industry in general, have been honed over the course of countless hours spent in professional restaurant kitchens, catering, serving clients as a private chef, teaching, traveling, writing, reading and studying food in all its forms. Chef Dana loves her work and views it as a pleasure, from which both she and her clients reap delicious rewards. Ms. Klitzberg's passion for great food was ignited at a young age, as her sweet tooth drew her to her mother's side in the kitchen, preparing desserts for dinner parties and family gatherings. Growing up in central New Jersey, she traveled frequently to her grandparents' farm in Pennsylvania, where she developed a taste for fresh, seasonal ingredients, working alongside her family to harvest fruits and vegetables. Visiting her other set of grandparents in NYC, she'd enjoy the distinct flavors of fried calamari in Sheepshead Bay, Brooklyn, and the classic New York deli in which her family would indulge, as well as trips to Chinatown and Little Italy for family dinners. Summer vacations in New England meant pushing out to sea on a boat to catch fresh lobster, or plucking the famously sweet wild blueberries in Maine. Years later, on an eye-opening high school trip to Italy, Dana forged a lasting bond with the cuisine, people, and culture of the Bel Paese. While at the University of Virginia, she spent a semester studying in Florence, where she took a series of private cooking classes that made an indelible impact on her, and would plant the seeds for her future career. Ms. Klitzberg also studied ballet, jazz, and modern dance for 25 years, and performed as a member of the Princeton Ballet II Company -- which taught her about timing and theatricality, things she would find helpful in the "theater" of the restaurant kitchen. Ms. Klitzberg began her cooking career at the renowned Italian restaurant San Domenico NY, and later moved to Rome, Italy. She spent 8 years in the Eternal City, furthering her restaurant career by cooking her way up to executive chef, collaborating with top Italian Michelin-starred toques, and honing her craft and her palate through travel up and down the Italian peninsula, and around the world. Simultaneously, she launched blu aubergine in 2001, to cater events among expats and teach cooking classes to visiting foreigners in Italy. Over the years and the course of her restaurant work, the company grew into a favorite catering company for international clients in film and the arts, as well as diplomatic institutions (foreign embassies, the American Academy of Rome), and governing agencies like the Rome-based Food and Agricultural Organization (FAO) of the UN. When she wasn’t behind the burners of Roman restaurants, Ms. Klitzberg was writing about them – as restaurant critic for various publications including the Time Out guide series, and 12 years as the sole Dining Editor and general contributor to Fodor’s guides to Rome and Italy. Dana now spends most of her time in New York City, and returns to Italy several times a year for extended stays, during which she continues to conduct classes and tours, cater, write about Italian food, and renew inspiration in her food-obsessed surroundings. Ms. Klitzberg enjoys the juxtaposition of the pulsating metropolis of Manhattan's diverse culinary offerings, with the perennial "pizza-and-pasta" food culture of Italy, where farm-to-table is not a trend... because it's always been a way of life. Ms. Klitzberg grew up in Princeton Jct., New Jersey, and holds a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Virginia in English Language and Literature. She received a professional degree in Culinary Arts from New York City's Institute of Culinary Education (formerly Peter Kump’s) in 1999.

www.bluaubergine.com  www.danaklitzberg.com

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May
5
12:00 PM12:00

ART SEED with our session 25 artists in residence

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A community event featuring work from our Session one artists in residence including performance, open studios, and readings. Performances begin in the barn  at noon., open studios to follow. Marble House Project is a multidisciplinary artist residency fostering sustainability, community, and collaboration

Session 1 artists

Benjamin Hall - Visual art

Ivy Baldwin - Dance/Choreography

Steven Snowden - Music/Composition

Alika Cooper - Visual Art

Tamar Ettun - Multidisciplinary

Linda Rui Feng - Fiction

Tracey Goodman - Visual Art

T.D. Mitchell - Playwright

Sung Kim - Culinary Art

 

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Open Studios with David B. Smith, Charlie Watts, Ileana Tejada, and Brigitta Varadi
Oct
24
6:00 PM18:00

Open Studios with David B. Smith, Charlie Watts, Ileana Tejada, and Brigitta Varadi

David B Smith makes fabric-based photo-sculpture that explores fantasy, loss, commodity, and connection in American culture. To gain access to the back-end of cultural memory, he playfully rearranges iconography using pseudo programming code - comprised of digital and analog fragmentation, accreditation, and reorientation. He isolates patterns, crosses wires, and entertains poetic interpretations, making the once familiar strange and unsettling, yet oddly cozy. READ MORE

 

Brigitta Varadi was born in Hungary, currently she lives in Co.Leitrim, Ireland . She has exhibited both nationally and internationally including, UK, Ireland, France, Finland, Sweden, Hungary and the USA. Her work is found in many public and private collections including a commission by the Office of Public Works for The Department of Education and Science, Athlone, Ireland. Brigitta’s latest solo shows were held at the Leitrim Sculpture Centre (2015), Ireland, Serbian Church Gallery (2015), Hungary, Textile Arts Centre, (2014), New York. Brigitta Varadi participated in the New York Foundation for the Arts, IAP Mentoring Program (2016) NY, been awarded fellowships by the Wassaic Project (2016), NY, the Leitrim Sculpture Centre (2015), Ireland, the Textile Arts Centre (2014), NY, the LOCIS, European Cultural Program (2014), and TRADE (2011), Ireland.

Atlanta-based queer artist Charlie Watts seeks to create images not of this world, to use photography as a stepping-stone to the unknown realm just past the peripheral edge of consciousness. She creates images to bring imagination into fruition and provide a visual escape from the mundane to the fantastical. This spring, Watts finished an MFA program in photography with the San Francisco Art Institute after graduating with highest honors and a B.A. in art history and visual arts at Emory University. She has been a member of the Dashboard CO-OP and a resident with The Creatives Project, through which she teaches photography in underserved neighborhoods.

 

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Farm to Table Evening with Sung Kim
Oct
21
6:00 PM18:00

Farm to Table Evening with Sung Kim

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Tickets are $55 Per Person

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Chef Sung is a New Yorker from Seoul, South Korea, that cooks globally influenced comfort food. She has been re-inventing classic dishes inspired by the city, and her travels. As a self-claimed “retired visual artist”, she fell into painting, but cooking chose her. She thinks cooking is the only form of craft that satisfies all of our senses, providing physical and emotional experience. Graduate of The French Culinary Institute (now International Culinary Center), she’s spent years training at some of the most acclaimed restaurant kitchens in NYC, including Michelin starred Gilt, and The Spotted Pig, Danny Meyer’s trattoria Maialino, and a RAW authority Pure Food and Wine. Her philosophy on cooking reflects these trainings. Since 2012, Chef Sung and her team have been building Food by Sung LLC, a chef driven private dining and catering company, focusing on hospitality, professionalism, and craftsmanship. Enjoyed by thousands, some of the happy clients and guests include Sarah Jessica Parker, Matthew Broderick, General Colin Powell, George Stephanopoulos, Wes Anderson, and Bill Murray.

http://www.foodbysung.com

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Artist Talks with Charlie Watts, Ileana Tejada, and David B. Smith
Oct
17
6:00 PM18:00

Artist Talks with Charlie Watts, Ileana Tejada, and David B. Smith

Atlanta-based queer artist Charlie Watts seeks to create images not of this world, to use photography as a stepping-stone to the unknown realm just past the peripheral edge of consciousness. She creates images to bring imagination into fruition and provide a visual escape from the mundane to the fantastical. This spring, Watts finished an MFA program in photography with the San Francisco Art Institute after graduating with highest honors and a B.A. in art history and visual arts at Emory University. She has been a member of the Dashboard CO-OP and a resident with The Creatives Project, through which she teaches photography in underserved neighborhoods. 

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Ileana Tejada is a Mexican-American artist born and raised in Southern California. A former NCAA Division II Track and Field athlete, Tejada's work progressively deals with female masculinity and the opposition to "marianismo"-the exaggerated sense of traditional femininity.

Tejada received her BFA from California State Polytechnic University- Pomona, as well as a BS (Kinesiology, Pedagogy). In 2015 she graduated with a Masters of Fine Art in Painting from San Francisco Art Institute. Tejada is the recipient of the Murphy Cadogan Graduate Fellowship, the Outstanding Graduate Student Award in Painting, and SFAI's Amir Esfahani Graduate Studio Fellowship. Her work has been exhibited at the Santa Cruz Museum of Art & History, Gallery CB1 in Los Angeles, and published in New American Paintings, No.123, MFA Annual, 2016. She is currently working and living in San Francisco, CA.

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Performance by Andrew Rudin
Oct
10
6:00 PM18:00

Performance by Andrew Rudin

Andrew Rudin (b. 1939) is a Texas-born composer of Swedish ancestry whose many contributions to the literature of electronic music brought him early recognition. Critic Michael Caruso, reviewing his Violin Concerto in 2007, remarked “Andrew Rudin has been an important presence in the local contemporary music scene for the past four decades.” His Il Giuoco was the first large-scale work for Moog Synthesizer, a U.S. representative in the 5th Paris Biennale. His synthesized music is heard in the sound-track of the film Fellini: Satyricon and his Tragoedia was the second of Nonesuch Records’ electronic music commissions, described by critic Alfred Frankenstein as “The best large-scale electronic work I have ever heard. In Andrew Rudin's hands the electronic idiom finally comes of age.”

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Reading by Deirdre Lockwood and Conversation with Brigitta Varadi
Oct
3
6:00 PM18:00

Reading by Deirdre Lockwood and Conversation with Brigitta Varadi

Deirdre Lockwood is a poet, fiction writer, and journalist based in Seattle. Her writing has appeared in journals including The Threepenny Review, Yale Review, Poetry Northwest, and Tahoma Literary Review, and has been featured online in Poetry Daily, Mud Season Review, and Boxcar Poetry Review. She spent a year in Iceland as a Fulbright fellow and has received grants and fellowships from the Elizabeth George Foundation, Richard Hugo House, Willapa Bay AiR and Artist Trust to support work on her novel in progress. She has a master’s in creative writing from Boston University and a Ph.D. in oceanography from the University of Washington. After making regular crossings of the Pacific by container ship to collect data for her Ph.D., she’s now a landlubber, covering the environment and health for publications including Scientific American and Chemical & Engineering News.

Brigitta Varadi was born in Hungary, currently she lives in Co.Leitrim, Ireland . She has exhibited both nationally and internationally including, UK, Ireland, France, Finland, Sweden, Hungary and the USA. Her work is found in many public and private collections including a commission by the Office of Public Works for The Department of Education and Science, Athlone, Ireland. Brigitta’s latest solo shows were held at the Leitrim Sculpture Centre (2015), Ireland, Serbian Church Gallery (2015), Hungary, Textile Arts Centre, (2014), New York. Brigitta Varadi participated in the New York Foundation for the Arts, IAP Mentoring Program (2016) NY, been awarded fellowships by the Wassaic Project (2016), NY, the Leitrim Sculpture Centre (2015), Ireland, the Textile Arts Centre (2014), NY, the LOCIS, European Cultural Program (2014), and TRADE (2011), Ireland.

 

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Open Studios with M. Benjamin Herndon and Sol Pochat
Sep
26
6:00 PM18:00

Open Studios with M. Benjamin Herndon and Sol Pochat

M. Benjamin Herndon is a visual artist whose painting practice involves a laborious preparation of surfaces composed of gelatin, marble dust, and pigments on linen, which become luminous grounds for minimal silverpoint drawings. These material interactions, their subtle compositional intention and optical experience with regards to the interaction of light and movement, combine in a quiet conversation that provide for moments of discovery. Herndon received his BFA from the School of Visual Arts in 2012, and an MFA from the Rhode Island School of Design (RISD) in 2016. In addition to Marble House, Herndon has been awarded residencies and fellowships at the Vermont Studio Center and the Josef and Anni Albers Foundation. He currently lives and works in Providence, Rhode Island, and teaches in the printmaking department at RISD.

Sol Pochat is a visual artist and artistic director based in Buenos Aires. She received her BFA from School of Visuals Arts (SVA) in New York City and has exhibited her work in international galleries, both individual and collectively. Her work is recognized in the multiplicity of materials and new media, which refer to an aesthetic and poetic search between man and its relationship with nature. Sol is the founder of HILO, a contemporary art gallery in Buenos Aires, Argentina, focusing on site-specific and -responsive contemporary art. Since the opening of HILO in 2015, Sol has been engaged in helping fellow artists produce on-site commissions, while also developing her own aesthetic language as an artist.

 

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Farm to Table Evening with Marente van der Valk
Sep
23
6:00 PM18:00

Farm to Table Evening with Marente van der Valk

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A Farm to Table Dinner from Chef, Marente van der Valk: local harvested and foraged ingredients will be central to this fresh, multi-course meal inspired by the four elements. 6pm, $55.

Menu

  • BBQ pulled pork, white kimchi, sourdough crostini, foraged herbs
  • Butternut squash baked in clay, maple syrup, local goat's cheese, pumpernickel cracker, edible flowers
  • Leeks softly braised above the fire, smoked labneh, herb potato latkes, nigella seeds, garlic oil
  • Smoked tomato raisins, marbled Marble House eggs, pickled green beans, fermented tomatillos, roast onion puree, grilled white aubergine, parsley and basil oil, kombucha vinegar
  • Herb and maple syrup-glazed half a lamb, coriander and lemon roasted fingerling potatoes, in Marble House clay baked apple and beetroot salad, smoked garlic aioli, leaves
  • Grilled peaches, lemon curd, smoked local honey and rosemary corn cake, white chocolate covered foraged nuts

*menu is subject to change

Marente Renea van der Valk is a chef, designer and food stylist. She graduated in 2012 from a MA Design and Environment at Goldsmiths University of London, and has since then been focusing on projects and events with an emphasis on environmental awareness and community mindedness. Her work is often a multi-sensory experience where a love for bringing people together results in a wealth of flavours and colours and a feel-good atmosphere.

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