Arts and Culture

PechaKucha bites into All Things Edible tonight at Buntport

PechaKucha, the grownup show-and-tell series revived in Denver earlier this year, tonight will focus on a subject to which everyone can relate. All Things Edible will bring together an eclectic -- with a capital "E" -- group of experts together at Buntport Theater to share their viewpoints on the subject of food.

See also: - PechaKucha Night is back, bringing artists of all types together for creative conversation - Follow the slow decay of Viviane le Courtois's earthborn artworks at BMoCA - Seeds of change: A circle of sustainability thrives at the GrowHaus - Style Local: Andrew Novick

The lineup includes, among others, artist Viviane Le Courtois, who's been making art about food for more than two decades, as documented at the Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art earlier this year; urban permaculturist Adam Brock of the GrowHaus; brewer Brandon Proff of Our Mutual Friend Malt & Brew in Five Points; and jack-of-all-pop-cultural-trades Andrew Novick, who is known for creating such edible delicacies as Thanksgiving on a Stick. No question, this evening is certain to get your stomach rumbling and blast your mind wide open.

PechaKucha begins at 8 p.m. at Buntport, admission is a $5 donation, and space is limited. Visit PechaKucha Denver online or on Facebook for more information.


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