Modernist Valentines Day Prix Fixe Dinner Art Experience

Modernist Valentines Day Prix Fixe Dinner Art Experience

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139 Steuart Street

San Francisco, CA 94105

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Start the night with Moet Chandon champagne paired with chocolate, indulge in Chef's special prix fixe dinner, followed by a guided couple's drawing workshop. Experience a unique Valentine's, take home fun memories and a framed art work by you and your partner!

Prix Fixe Dinner: $95++ per person

Partner Art Workshop: $30 per couple

A fun method that has proven to improve relationships, the workshop will be led by BeiBei Song (Founder of Essinova, executive coach at Stanford GSB), co-hosted by member Karl Ulrich (Vice Dean, Entrepreneurship & Innovation at The Wharton School)

*For a complete experience, we recommend RSVPing for both dinner and workshop. Though, you are welcome to RSVP for dinner only or workshop only.

*For those joining workshop, latest dinner reservation you should make is 7:30pm.

*Deposit will be refunded upon check-in. Full fees will be charged to member (or guest) account onsite.

Art Workshop led by Essinova

Psychologists have found that engaging in novel and moderately challenging activities together dramatically improves relationship quality overtime between couples.

BeiBei Song:

BeiBei Song is the Chief Fantasy Officer of Essinova, an interdisciplinary academy applying art to (mostly adult but assisted by children) human development, business, leadership and innovation. She is also an executive educator and coach at Stanford University Graduate School of Business, with 15+ years of prior corporate and entrepreneurial experiments in technology, healthcare, sustainability, banking, creative and sports territories.

Sasha Mikhailova and Daniel Friedman

Sasha Mikhailova and Daniel Friedman are Ph.D. students in Biology, at UC Davis and Stanford University, respectively. Together they are interested in the intersection of art, neuroscience, and improvisation. Recently they have published a research paper on partner drawing in a special issue guest edited by Prof. Robert Sapolsky and BeiBei Song, and continue to work in the area.