"What Artists Knead" Breadmaking Party for Artists, Jamaica Plain

"What Artists Knead" Breadmaking Party for Artists, Jamaica Plain

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Shaw Pong's house

4 Hubbard St.

Jamaica Plain, MA 02130

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"What Artists Knead"

Breadmaking Parties for Artists

Let's bake and break bread together!
Come and meet fellow artist-neighbors, and talk about the future of arts and culture in our city.

Did you know the City of Boston is currently gathering community input to make its first-ever cultural plan?

In an initiative called Boston Creates, over 1000 people have already participated in more than 90 conversations all over the city. Let's make sure individual artists' voices are part of this discussion!

Boston Creates' artist-ethnographer Shaw Pong Liu and artist-hosts Aziza Robinson-Goodnight, Beth Ireland and Mattapan Cultural Arts host the "What Artists Knead" breadmaking party series.

Every day, for four days, we will be baking and breaking bread in a different neighborhood of Boston, hanging out with artists, and sharing ideas that will be, er, fed to the Boston Creates planning team.

At each party, you will make bread with fellow artists, working with dough that was mixed at a previous party, and preparing loaves to be baked at the following party. (A Chain-of-Boules, if you will!)

PLEASE RSVP at links below - limited capacity at most events.

"What Artists Knead" - Breadmaking Parties!
[check for updates: www.whatartistsknead.org]

Friday, August 28, 6pm-8pm
Public Art Salon @ the Cornerstone (corner of Washington and Bowdoin), Dorchester** with guest chef Fulani Haynes, Carribean Salad demo RSVP

Saturday, August 29, 10am-12pm
Hubbard St (by Stonybrook station), Jamaica Plain RSVP

Sunday, August 30, 5pm-7pm
The Riverbank, Mattapan**

Monday, August 31, 6pm-8pm
Ashfield Street, Roslindale

Tuesday, Sept 1, 6pm-8pm
Haley House Cafe, Roxbury RSVP

**indicates outdoor venue, check website for weather updates!

Please help forward this invitation far and wide! Artists of ANY discipline, and particularly artist-educators and artist-activists, are very welcome.

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