Art To Dine For

Sat Oct 24

Discover the new groundbreaking research that is changing the world of healing as we know it. Participants will enjoy a screening of A New Understanding: The Science of Psilocybin, a documentary film that investigates the psychotherapeutic efficacy of psilocybin-facilitated alternative states of human consciousness, notably in studies with patients with cancer, depression, trauma, and anxiety.

Sun Oct 25

Join Chef Steve Chu of Ekiben, a highly popular Asian Fusion restaurant in Baltimore, in mastering a Chinese classic --- the dumpling!  Chef Steve shares tips and tricks and walks you through the steps of making Chinese dumplings in your own home. Tickets include an ingredient kit that will be available for pick up at Ekiben in Hampden prior to the workshop.

Fri Nov 6

Find the best seat in your house for a screening and discussion of two short documentary films by Maryland filmmaker Khalid Ali. Squeegee gives an intimate glimpse of the lives of seven young "Squeegee Boys” who clean car windows at Baltimore intersections. Away From The Grasslands, examines Hanggai, a Mongolian band, as they record their newest studio album in Beijing.

Fri Nov 13

It’s a concert and conversation when husband and wife duo Dr. Aaron Ziegel and Mrs. Audra Ziegel perform a selection of emotive and inspiring classical compositions for flute and piano. Learn from flutist Audra about their collaborative process honed over 18 years of performing together. Gain a deeper understanding of the music with insights and stories from pianist Dr. Aaron, Associate Professor of Music History and Culture at Towson University.

Sat Nov 14

Join artists Kini Collins and Laura Vernon Russell in exploring the basics of Shibori, an ancient Japanese resist dyeing technique. Kini and Laura will demonstrate how clamps, rubber bands, and stitching create a variety of resist patterns that result in vibrant dyed works of art.

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