Our Co-Founder Hannah Bronfman will be repping Seed Street on the upcoming Palatable Brunch Tour Panel presented by the amazing folks at Art in Flux, in partnership with the Studio Museum in Harlem.
Hannah is a pioneer of the modern health, beauty and fitness movements and, through her personal philosophy and online platform HBFit, Hannah shares her vision for a life lived in wellness of both mind and body. Hannah also has deep roots and family ties to Harlem. As a co-founder of Seed Street, Hannah shares our vision of a future in which an equitable food system is an inalienable right and how re-building the connection to our food sources is not only a fundamental step towards well-being, but how we believe this process can be used as a tool of empowerment.
We are thrilled to have her participate in the dialogue alongside dynamic, thought-leading innovators Chef J.J. Johnson (The Cecil), multi-disciplinary artist Miguel Luciano, and entrepreneur Anahi Angelone (Corner Social Harlem).
Please join us for a brunch discussion followed by a brief tour of the Studio Museum exhibition "Palatable: Food and Contemporary Art". This event is part of the Flux Fair happening all over Harlem during the month of May. We encourage you to come for the event and stay to explore the full installation.
Palatable Brunch Tour Presented in Partnership with the Studio Museum in Harlem
When: Sunday, May 15, 2016 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM
- Ticket Price: $45.00
- Door Time: 11:00 AM
- Show Type: Special Event
- LOCATION: Angel of Harlem, 2272 Frederick Douglass Blvd at 122nd Street
On the occasion of Palatable: Food and Contemporary Art, the Studio Museum in Harlem is proud to partner with Art In FLUX Harlem for a brunch panel and guided tour led by Hallie Ringle, assistant curator at the Studio Museum and organizer of the exhibition. Bringing together exhibiting artist Miguel Luciano,Hannah Bronfman (Entrepreneur, DJ and founder of Seed Street), Entrepreneur Anahi Angelone, and Cecil’s Chef Joseph “JJ” Johnson, this panel will explore the complex intersections of food, community, and contemporary art.
Celebrating the myriad of ways that people represent themselves through food, this program engages food culture as a powerful lens through which people self-identify and understand themselves in relation to issues of politics, memory, heritage, race and culture. Join us at Angel of Harlem for a brunch service, which will include a panel discussion, Q&A, and a walking tour featuring highlights from FLUX’s Contemporary Art Fair and Palatable: Food and Contemporary Art.
Seating will be limited, so be sure to grab your ticket today!
BRUNCH includes an entrée, coffee and mimosa, panel discussion and a tour featuring highlights of the Studio Museum's Palatable: Food and Contemporary Art exhibition