You are invited to join Meatpaper and Blue Bottle on February 24th for a special tasting event and wine and beer reception on the SFMOMA rooftop. We hope to see you there!

Food & Thought at SFMOMA with Meatpaper and Blue Bottle

Still/Life: Bay Area chefs present tasting plates featuring local, seasonal ingredients and responding to art history and SFMOMA’s collection.

Dishes and desserts by:
~ Jake Des Voignes of Local Mission Eatery
Tete de cochon, pickled quail eggs, wild mushroom dust, and preserved meyer lemon and shallot suspension

~ Eddie Lau of The Summit SF
The Edible Garden: espresso mole “dirt,” baby radish, minutina, and flowers

~ Evan Rich of Coi
Pasture: beets roasted on hay with fresh cheese and wild sprouts and flowers

~ Leah Rosenberg and Tess Wilson of Blue Bottle
Lemon Tart: based on Dutch Still Life with Lemon Tart and Engagement Calendar by Paul Wonner, from the SFMOMA collection

Complimentary beverages:
~ Wine by Scribe Winery
~ Beer by Trumer Pils

Rooftop Garden & Cafe at SFMOMA
Thursday, February 24

The rooftop event is free with half-price museum entry. (Free for SFMOMA members.)
Tasting plates $5 (3 plates for $12)

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, February 24, 6-9:45 pm

6:00–8:00 p.m. Food & Thought with Meatpaper and Blue Bottle at the SFMOMA rooftop café
6:30 p.m. Curator talk
7:00 p.m. Performance by Anna Parkina
9:00 p.m. Performance by robbinschilds with Kinski

New Work artist Anna Parkina explores the legacy of Soviet and other early avant-gardes in a suite of works on paper and in this evening's West Coast performance debut. Then, in collaboration with the Noise Pop festival, dance artists robbinschilds (Layla Childs and Sonya Robbins) and Seattle noise band Kinski present C.L.U.E. (color location ultimate experience). A collaboration with artists A. L. Steiner and AJ Blandford, C.L.U.E. is a video and performance work that features a paired figure moving through the landscapes of Southern California and upstate New York. The piece also shifts and adapts uniquely to each presentation site.