How will chefs from Hapa Ramen, Bar Tartine, Gypsy Kitchen, and Blue Bottle create dishes to evoke secrets and disguises? Join Meatpaper and Blue Bottle on the SFMOMA rooftop to taste hidden ingredients, food in disguise, and surprises!

Food & Thought at SFMOMA with Meatpaper and Blue Bottle
An evening of dishes that evoke secrets and disguises

Dishes and desserts by:
~ Ryan Ostler and Katharine Zacher of Gypsy Kitchen and Catering
~ Chris Kronner of Bar Tartine
~ Richie Nakano of Hapa Ramen
~ Leah Rosenberg & Caitlin Freeman of Blue Bottle

Complimentary beverages from 6pm - 7pm:
~ Wine by Scaggs Vineyard
~ Beer by Trumer Pils

Rooftop Garden & Cafe at SFMOMA
Thursday, October 21

The rooftop event is free with half-price museum entry. (Free for SFMOMA members.)
Tasting plates $5

SFMOMA: Now Playing invites artists to animate SFMOMA in unexpected ways — and audiences to see the museum in a different light. Partygoers will experience the atrium as a projection chamber, a hidden annex as a bar/lounge, and artists playing the architecture. The evenings also include hors d'oeuvres and cash bar.

SFMOMA: Now Playing
Thursday, October 21, 6-9:45 pm

6:00 - 8:00 p.m. Food & Thought at SFMOMA with Meatpaper and Blue Bottle
Rooftop Garden
Local chefs serve dishes that evoke secrets and disguises

7:00 p.m. Films of Alexander Hammid with music by Beth Custer Ensemble
9:00 p.m. Screening of My Grandmother with music by Beth Custer Ensemble

While the galleries await the installation of our fall exhibitions, roam the museum's open spaces recharged by artists. In the Phyllis Wattis Theater, San Francisco Cinematheque presents films by Alexander Hammid, a significant if underappreciated figure in 20th-century cinema who collaborated with Maya Deren on perhaps the avant-garde's most influential work, Meshes of the Afternoon. The Beth Custer Ensemble accompanies some of Hammid's earliest films, then performs an original score to a long-banned Soviet silent film in the Haas Atrium. San Francisco's Muistardeaux Collective presents a site-specific work in the galleries.

For more information about SFMOMA: Now Playing, click here.

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