Kitchen Table - Adam Bradley: Hip Hop as Social Action
Kitchen Table brings together artists, activists, and scholars for conversations over dinner using the current exhibitions as a starting point for discussion. Dinners are free, reservations are required, and seating is extremely limited. Each pop-up dinner features a different host and a different theme. Tickets include admission to the museum, dinner, and non-alcoholic beverages. Beer, wine, and cocktails are available for purchase. The event begins with a walkthrough of the museum and continues with dinner in the cafe. Dinner menus are curated by James Beard Award-winning author and scholar Adrian Miller and presented by Two Sistahs Eats-n-Treats. Vegetarian meals are available upon request. Due to the intimate nature of the event, we are unable to accommodate dietary restrictions.
Cost: Free with registration. (Very limited capacity)
Bio: Adam Bradley is a bestselling author and a professor of English at the University of Colorado Boulder. His books include The Poetry of Pop; The Anthology of Rap; Book of Rhymes: The Poetics of Hip Hop; the rapper/actor Common’s memoir, One Day It’ll All Make Sense; and more. He is the founding director of the Laboratory for Race & Popular Culture (the RAP Lab).
Two Sistah’s Catering is sisters Deborah Shead and Rená Shead, who serve up some of the same favorite dishes once found in Denver’s famous M&D’s Café.
Menus have been co-curated by Adrian Miller, James Beard award-winning author of Soul Food: The Surprising Story of an American Cuisine and Kitchen Table host.
What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event?
Street parking is limited. The garage directly across 15th street is $5 after 4PM.
Can you accommodate dietary restrictions?
Vegetarian meals are available upon request. Due to the intimate nature of the event, we are unable to accommodate dietary restrictions.
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