Join MoAD’s Chef-in-Residence, Bryant Terry, for a timely two-day summit inspired by his latest book Black Food: Stories, Art, and Recipes from Across the African Diaspora. The weekend will feature thought-provoking panels at MoAD (navigating the ins and outs of publishing, telling compelling stories, effectively using design) followed by a reception with sips, bites, and records spun by DJ Max Champ.
The following day we will gather at the TomKat Ranch in Pescadero, just outside of San Francisco, for a day of experiential learning and communal leisure (hikes, contemplative writing, gardening, breathwork, and equine activities), including the premiere of Rhythms of the Land, a film by Dr. Gail P. Myers. We will end the day with a community supper made by some of the Bay Area’s most talented Black chefs.
Featured presenters and chefs include: Tricia Hersey (The Nap Bishop), Nicole Taylor, Osayi Endolyn, Psyche Williams-Forson, George McCalman, Gail Myers, Natalie Baszile, Klancy Miller, Jamia Wilson, Porscha Burke, Alice Grandoit, Rachel Konte, Kanchan Hunter, and Chris Pearson.
Friday September 9th - 9am to 7pm
In-person at MoAD
685 Mission Street, San Francisco, CA 94105
Virtual livestream available for Friday events.
Saturday September 10th - 10:30am to 7pm
In-person at TomKat Ranch
2997 Pescadero Creek Rd, Pescadero, CA 94060
Proof of vaccination is required to attend all events during the two-day summit. Masks will be required in all indoor areas.
This program is presented with support from Kaiser Permanente, 4 Color Books, and San Francisco Chronicle.
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