The Heartland Table
The Heartland Table is a showcase and sale of pots from many of the mid-country's finest potters producing tableware. Along with cooking demonstrations featuring Cook on Clay flameware pots, guests will enjoy a tasting menu created by six Kansas City chefs, paired with artisanal spirits and locally brewed beer.
Held at Tom's Town Distilling in the Crossroads Arts District at 1701 Main St, a 5 minute walk from the convention center and presented as a pre-conference event for the 50th annual National Conference on Education for the Ceramic Arts.
The Heartland Table is produced by Cook on Clay, Studio Potter journal and media sponsor, FEAST magazine in collaboration with Across the Table, Across the Land.
Join us for a remarkable evening of art for food, food as art, and the finest of Kansas City's bounty, regional beers, and artisanal spirits.
This trend-setting event brings the quality and intention of regional pots and potters, local farms and chefs, and home-town craft cocktails and beer to the public directly from the hands of the makers.
Potters : Margaret Bohls, Mark Cole, Chandra DeBuse, Brice Dyer, Stuart Gair, Meredith Host, Gail Kendall, Brenda Lichman, Robbie Lobell, Kyla Strid.
Chefs : Josh Eans (Happy Gillis and The Ramen Shop), Michael Foust (The Farmhouse), Ted Habiger (Room 39 and Brewery Imperiale), Howard Hanna (The Rieger), Craig Howard (Howard's Grocery and Café), Alex Pope (Local Pig and The Pigwich).
Tom's Town Distilery (View)
1701 Main Street
Kansas City, MO 64108
|Minimum Age: 21|
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|