Join the Food Literacy Project for a performance and dialogue on the intersection of food and art, featuring cutting-edge chef Ellie Tiglao and folk singer-songwriter Anjimile! This event will be a preview into a new type of dining experience pioneered at Ellie's new restaurant, Tanám. Tanám will be the only restaurant in Boston (and within 200 miles) to serve Filipino American cuisine and cocktails, using a model they call "narrative cuisine" that brings together chefs and artists to craft coursed dinner experiences that tell stories that are historical, cultural, personal and political. For this event, Ellie's food will be accompanied by a live performance from Anjimile. Anjimile is a queer and trans songwriter/folk singer/lover boy with a heart of gold. As a first-generation Malawian-American raised in the suburbs of Richardson, Texas, their experiences with racism, homophobia and xenophobia in the deep south and beyond have helped to form the basis of their radical queer politics. The essence of their musical output is a gooey center of warmth and tenderness informed by the power of their intersectional identities. Join us for this dynamic dialogue!
Directions to Northwest B145: Enter the Northwest Science Building through the South entrance (facing the Yard). Head down the stairs to the right (under the big skeleton hanging from the ceiling. At the bottom of the stairs, you will see a big colorful wall painting. Go through the glass door to the left of the painting. Then follow the hallway to the left, almost all the way down. B145 is almost at the end of the hallway.
Refund policy: Refunds available up until 24 hours before the event.
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