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Mar
13
Fri
Exotic Ingredients Beer Tasting @ San Diego Museum of Man
Mar 13 @ 1:00 am – 3:00 am

From event website:

Date: Thursday, March 12, 2015 – 6:00pm – 8:00pm
Event Location:  San Diego Museum of Man

Try adventurous craft beers brewed with ingredients like coffee, vanilla bean, peppers, and more at the Exotic Ingredients Beer Tasting! There will be delicious food from local restaurants, exotic airbrush tattoo art, and a festive atmosphere inside one of Balboa Park’s most iconic buildings.

Don’t miss this after-hours party celebrating bold craft brews! Thursday, March 12, 2015, from 6-8 p.m.

Tickets: $20-$30. Sign up here to become a Museum Member and get the discounted rate: http:// museumofman.org/membership.

• Each Museum Member is entitled to one additional guest ticket at the Museum Member price.

• Tickets are non-refundable, but you can give them to someone else to use.

*This event is 21 and up. IDs will be checked at the door.

 

Sample beer list:

Aztec Brewing Co.
Soul Sacrifice Barrel Aged Red IPA with ghost chiles, jalapeños, cilantro, and lime zest
Noche de los Muertos Imperial Stout with cinnamon

Stone Brewing Co.
Smoked Porter with Vanilla Bean
Japanese Green Tea IPA

Coronado Brewing Co.
Orange Avenue Wit with orange zest, coriander, and orange blossom honey
Blue Bridge Coffee Stout with dark roasted coffee beans
Black Sails Black IPA

Ballast Point Brewing Co.
Indra Kunindra Curry Export Stout with madras curry, cumin, cayenne, coconut, and kaffir lime leaf
Grapefruit Sculpin IPA with grapefruit rind
Wahoo White with orange peel and coriander

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Mar
14
Sat
A Thousand Plates Event @ SDSU Downtown Gallery
Mar 14 – Apr 18 all-day

A Thousand Plates: An Art Exhibition about food

A Thousand Plates explores the topic of food as a means to question society by examining traditions across cultures and throughout the centuries. The exhibition will examine food as a fundamental need, modern food production and its relationship to the environment, the culture of eating and its relationship to memory.

Our exhibition title refers to Deleuze and Guattari’s “A Thousand Plateaus: Capitalism and Schizophrenia”—a philosophical text written with a rhizomatic structure—where connections between ideas and references defy linear, structural, or casual relations. Every point can conceptually link to somewhere else. In our view, our relationship to food is similar. The production, consumption, distribution and marketing of food is connected to tradition, culture, individual and social taste as well as healthcare, environmental issues, and global politics that shape the contemporary society.

The SDSU School of Art and Design will be presenting a juried art exhibition of student and faculty work investigating food as the conceptual theme for SDSU’s Downtown Gallery. Works will explore the topic of food as a means to explore society by examining traditions across cultures and centuries. The exhibition will examine food as a fundamental need, modern food production and its relationship to the environment, and the culture of eating and memory.

Dates: February 19 -March 26, 2015
Time:  11 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Location:  SDSU Downtown Gallery
Repeats:  Every week on Sunday, Monday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday

Opening Reception:  March 12, 2015
Time:  5 p.m. – 8 p.m.

Closing Event with Seed Broadcast:  March 26, 2015
Time:  5 p.m. – 8 p.m.
(Both events are free and open to the public)

Faculty Leaders:  
Arzu Ozkal
School of Art and Design

Eva Struble
School of Art and Design

SFUSD Volunteer Day at UrbanLife Farms
Mar 14 – Mar 15 all-day

Contact: Tania@slowfoodurbansandiego.org

Mar
15
Sun
A Thousand Plates Event @ SDSU Downtown Gallery
Mar 15 – Apr 19 all-day

A Thousand Plates: An Art Exhibition about food

A Thousand Plates explores the topic of food as a means to question society by examining traditions across cultures and throughout the centuries. The exhibition will examine food as a fundamental need, modern food production and its relationship to the environment, the culture of eating and its relationship to memory.

Our exhibition title refers to Deleuze and Guattari’s “A Thousand Plateaus: Capitalism and Schizophrenia”—a philosophical text written with a rhizomatic structure—where connections between ideas and references defy linear, structural, or casual relations. Every point can conceptually link to somewhere else. In our view, our relationship to food is similar. The production, consumption, distribution and marketing of food is connected to tradition, culture, individual and social taste as well as healthcare, environmental issues, and global politics that shape the contemporary society.

The SDSU School of Art and Design will be presenting a juried art exhibition of student and faculty work investigating food as the conceptual theme for SDSU’s Downtown Gallery. Works will explore the topic of food as a means to explore society by examining traditions across cultures and centuries. The exhibition will examine food as a fundamental need, modern food production and its relationship to the environment, and the culture of eating and memory.

Dates: February 19 -March 26, 2015
Time:  11 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Location:  SDSU Downtown Gallery
Repeats:  Every week on Sunday, Monday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday

Opening Reception:  March 12, 2015
Time:  5 p.m. – 8 p.m.

Closing Event with Seed Broadcast:  March 26, 2015
Time:  5 p.m. – 8 p.m.
(Both events are free and open to the public)

Faculty Leaders:  
Arzu Ozkal
School of Art and Design

Eva Struble
School of Art and Design

Mar
16
Mon
A Thousand Plates Event @ SDSU Downtown Gallery
Mar 16 – Apr 20 all-day

A Thousand Plates: An Art Exhibition about food

A Thousand Plates explores the topic of food as a means to question society by examining traditions across cultures and throughout the centuries. The exhibition will examine food as a fundamental need, modern food production and its relationship to the environment, the culture of eating and its relationship to memory.

Our exhibition title refers to Deleuze and Guattari’s “A Thousand Plateaus: Capitalism and Schizophrenia”—a philosophical text written with a rhizomatic structure—where connections between ideas and references defy linear, structural, or casual relations. Every point can conceptually link to somewhere else. In our view, our relationship to food is similar. The production, consumption, distribution and marketing of food is connected to tradition, culture, individual and social taste as well as healthcare, environmental issues, and global politics that shape the contemporary society.

The SDSU School of Art and Design will be presenting a juried art exhibition of student and faculty work investigating food as the conceptual theme for SDSU’s Downtown Gallery. Works will explore the topic of food as a means to explore society by examining traditions across cultures and centuries. The exhibition will examine food as a fundamental need, modern food production and its relationship to the environment, and the culture of eating and memory.

Dates: February 19 -March 26, 2015
Time:  11 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Location:  SDSU Downtown Gallery
Repeats:  Every week on Sunday, Monday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday

Opening Reception:  March 12, 2015
Time:  5 p.m. – 8 p.m.

Closing Event with Seed Broadcast:  March 26, 2015
Time:  5 p.m. – 8 p.m.
(Both events are free and open to the public)

Faculty Leaders:  
Arzu Ozkal
School of Art and Design

Eva Struble
School of Art and Design

Mar
19
Thu
A Thousand Plates Event @ SDSU Downtown Gallery
Mar 19 – Apr 23 all-day

A Thousand Plates: An Art Exhibition about food

A Thousand Plates explores the topic of food as a means to question society by examining traditions across cultures and throughout the centuries. The exhibition will examine food as a fundamental need, modern food production and its relationship to the environment, the culture of eating and its relationship to memory.

Our exhibition title refers to Deleuze and Guattari’s “A Thousand Plateaus: Capitalism and Schizophrenia”—a philosophical text written with a rhizomatic structure—where connections between ideas and references defy linear, structural, or casual relations. Every point can conceptually link to somewhere else. In our view, our relationship to food is similar. The production, consumption, distribution and marketing of food is connected to tradition, culture, individual and social taste as well as healthcare, environmental issues, and global politics that shape the contemporary society.

The SDSU School of Art and Design will be presenting a juried art exhibition of student and faculty work investigating food as the conceptual theme for SDSU’s Downtown Gallery. Works will explore the topic of food as a means to explore society by examining traditions across cultures and centuries. The exhibition will examine food as a fundamental need, modern food production and its relationship to the environment, and the culture of eating and memory.

Dates: February 19 -March 26, 2015
Time:  11 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Location:  SDSU Downtown Gallery
Repeats:  Every week on Sunday, Monday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday

Opening Reception:  March 12, 2015
Time:  5 p.m. – 8 p.m.

Closing Event with Seed Broadcast:  March 26, 2015
Time:  5 p.m. – 8 p.m.
(Both events are free and open to the public)

Faculty Leaders:  
Arzu Ozkal
School of Art and Design

Eva Struble
School of Art and Design

Mar
20
Fri
A Thousand Plates Event @ SDSU Downtown Gallery
Mar 20 – Apr 24 all-day

A Thousand Plates: An Art Exhibition about food

A Thousand Plates explores the topic of food as a means to question society by examining traditions across cultures and throughout the centuries. The exhibition will examine food as a fundamental need, modern food production and its relationship to the environment, the culture of eating and its relationship to memory.

Our exhibition title refers to Deleuze and Guattari’s “A Thousand Plateaus: Capitalism and Schizophrenia”—a philosophical text written with a rhizomatic structure—where connections between ideas and references defy linear, structural, or casual relations. Every point can conceptually link to somewhere else. In our view, our relationship to food is similar. The production, consumption, distribution and marketing of food is connected to tradition, culture, individual and social taste as well as healthcare, environmental issues, and global politics that shape the contemporary society.

The SDSU School of Art and Design will be presenting a juried art exhibition of student and faculty work investigating food as the conceptual theme for SDSU’s Downtown Gallery. Works will explore the topic of food as a means to explore society by examining traditions across cultures and centuries. The exhibition will examine food as a fundamental need, modern food production and its relationship to the environment, and the culture of eating and memory.

Dates: February 19 -March 26, 2015
Time:  11 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Location:  SDSU Downtown Gallery
Repeats:  Every week on Sunday, Monday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday

Opening Reception:  March 12, 2015
Time:  5 p.m. – 8 p.m.

Closing Event with Seed Broadcast:  March 26, 2015
Time:  5 p.m. – 8 p.m.
(Both events are free and open to the public)

Faculty Leaders:  
Arzu Ozkal
School of Art and Design

Eva Struble
School of Art and Design

Mar
21
Sat
A Thousand Plates Event @ SDSU Downtown Gallery
Mar 21 – Apr 25 all-day

A Thousand Plates: An Art Exhibition about food

A Thousand Plates explores the topic of food as a means to question society by examining traditions across cultures and throughout the centuries. The exhibition will examine food as a fundamental need, modern food production and its relationship to the environment, the culture of eating and its relationship to memory.

Our exhibition title refers to Deleuze and Guattari’s “A Thousand Plateaus: Capitalism and Schizophrenia”—a philosophical text written with a rhizomatic structure—where connections between ideas and references defy linear, structural, or casual relations. Every point can conceptually link to somewhere else. In our view, our relationship to food is similar. The production, consumption, distribution and marketing of food is connected to tradition, culture, individual and social taste as well as healthcare, environmental issues, and global politics that shape the contemporary society.

The SDSU School of Art and Design will be presenting a juried art exhibition of student and faculty work investigating food as the conceptual theme for SDSU’s Downtown Gallery. Works will explore the topic of food as a means to explore society by examining traditions across cultures and centuries. The exhibition will examine food as a fundamental need, modern food production and its relationship to the environment, and the culture of eating and memory.

Dates: February 19 -March 26, 2015
Time:  11 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Location:  SDSU Downtown Gallery
Repeats:  Every week on Sunday, Monday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday

Opening Reception:  March 12, 2015
Time:  5 p.m. – 8 p.m.

Closing Event with Seed Broadcast:  March 26, 2015
Time:  5 p.m. – 8 p.m.
(Both events are free and open to the public)

Faculty Leaders:  
Arzu Ozkal
School of Art and Design

Eva Struble
School of Art and Design

Volunteer Opportunity: School Garden event at Lincoln Middle College
Mar 21 @ 5:30 pm – 9:30 pm

Volunteers are needed to help kick off the new Lincoln Middle College school garden at a no-waste event on March 21st from 10:30-2:30.

Are you knowledgeable about Slow Food? Or would you like to be?

Volunteers are needed to share info about Slow Food or to take photos at the event in 2-hour shifts. Help students get their garden going. Free Chipotle burritos for volunteers. Contact Christina@slowfoodurbansandiego.org for more information.

Olivewood Gardens – Cultivating Conversation Dinner @ Olivewood Gardens & Learning Center
Mar 21 @ 11:00 pm – Mar 22 @ 2:00 am

Cultivating Conversation 3.21.15

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