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Apr 9, 2014 6:30 PM – 9:00 PM
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Join Museum of Contemporary Craft and Biwa Restaurant for a culinary event benefiting the Museum that brings together the Japanese tradition of wood-fired ceramics with multi-course meal of Japanese cuisine and sake pairings prepared by Gabe Rosen, chef and owner of Biwa.
Accompanying The Unpredictable Nature of Fire, an exhibition on view at Museum of Contemporary Craft and Biwa through May 3, Biwa service director and potter Dan Kunnecke with potter Careen Stoll have collaborated to present a unique opportunity to experience hands-on the everyday beauty in the utility of wood-fired pottery. Served on Careen’s beautiful wood-fired dishware, this multi-course dinner of traditional, natural and elegant food (and sake!) is inspired by Kina, Dan, Careen and Gabe’s experiences of living and eating in Japan and their wish to put Careen’s pottery to use.
On behalf of Museum of Contemporary Craft and Biwa, we are so excited to present this event and hope you will please join us for this special dinner.
The Unpredictable Nature of Fire</em></p> MENU: Sashimi • Hiya yakko • Sanma • Furutsu $60/person; $55/ MOCC Members and Students Any additional donation will benefit the Museum. Tickets are available through Eventbrite.
Sake and Gratuity included
$60/person; $55/ MOCC Members and Students
Any additional donation will benefit the Museum.
Tickets are available through Eventbrite.