Taste & Tour The New Harlem from @PlantMe

WHAT:
    TASTE AND TOUR THE NEW HARLEM!
        HOLIDAY ART, FOOD & WINE TASTING TOUR

Featuring
ART ENOLOGY  : TWENTY INTERNATIONAL ARTISTS ON WINE.

Event hosts: Art in Flux Harlem, Pop-Up Gallery; ArtCrawl Harlem™ Taste Harlem Food and Cultural Tours. Highlights Harlem’s Growing Art and Culinary Scene.
 
WHEN: SAT. DECEMBER 15, 2012, 1-4pm.
 
WHERE: Tour begins:  Studio Museum in Harlem 144 West 125th StreetNew York 
PURCHASE TICKETS:  $25 online, here
 
WHO & WHAT:   
ART: Stops include the Studio Museum in Harlem, Arts Horizons LeRoy Neiman Art Center andArt in Flux Harlem for artist meet and greets at Art Enology, a special exhibit of original wine bottles and wine inspired art.  Tips from experts on how to incorporate art and wine into your festivities by wine experts and artists, hosting a lively talk celebrating wine as a fluid source of inspiration.
WINE: Harlem Wine Gallery and Art in Flux Harlem will offer tastings.
 
FOOD: Guests will enjoy celebrated food and wine pairings at each venue from famed local Harlem restaurants and noted chefs. 
 
WHERE: 
Art in Flux Harlem, 1961 Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Blvd (7th Ave.) at 118th Street, in New York, New York. 646-340-3479info@artinfluxharlem.com.  Art in Flux Harlem is an art movement in Harlem’s public spaces, creating positive use for vacant locations merging art, commerce and community, founded by Leanne Stella.
 
ALSO:  ON EXHIBIT THRU JANUARY 23, 2013     
ART ENOLOGY :  TWENTY ARTISTS ON WINE.
Famed wine photographer and “Bliss” screensaver artist, Charles O’Rear; 
 Smithsonian American Art Museum’s 40 under 40, Craft Futures artist, Joshua DeMonte;Internationally Acclaimed Visual Artist, Shantell Martin,
plus 20 internationally recognized Artists in an original exhibit of mixed media art interpreting wine and wine bottles, curated and produced by Souleo, known for his curated shows and events for the New York Public Library and Danny Simmons.
 
Souleo relates, “Wine has been celebrated and stored artistically for centuries for spiritual rituals, religious ceremonies, medicinal purposes and social occasions. Art Enology artists have tapped into this history, and inspired by ordinary wine bottles, have created original and collectible paintings, sculpture and film for new dialogues.”
   
Event sponsors include: 
Simone International/Papi Wines, Ebony.com and Cuisine Noir magazine. 
 
 a full roster of bi-weekly art and wine events into January 2013
For more info: jade@jadedressler.com

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