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Black Feast: Crowns
AP Café
Brooklyn, NY
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Black Feast: Crowns
A creation of Black narrative, an offering to Black lineage, Black Feast brings together guests and artists to share a vibrant and sensory four-course meal. Our dinners are entirely plant-based and prepared without use of gluten or cane sugar.

Our April Black Feast event will feature the acclaimed work of Alisa Sikelianos-Carter. The four courses of the dinner are inspired by Alisa''s collection "Crowns." Sikelianos-Carter asserts that Black features are a manifestation of a sacred and divine technology that have served as a means of survival, both physically and metaphysically. She envision a cosmically bountiful world that celebrates and pays homage to ancestral majesty, power and aesthetics. Guests will gather together to share the meal at a communal table, with a mid-meal conversation with Sikelianos-Carter.

This meal is created as a celebration, a dance, and an offering. This meal is created for you. This meal is BYOB. If you are a low-income POC that is interested in a sliding scale ticket, please email us at blackfeastdinner@gmail.com

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ABOUT ALISA SIKELIANOS-CARTER
Alisa Sikelianos-Carter is a mixed media artist who works and resides in Upstate New York. Her luminous work envisions a speculative Afro-Futuristic dimension where Blackness represents both a breaking open of nothingness and a densely lustrous opportunity for the genesis of a new world.

Sikelianos-Carter asserts that Black features are a manifestation of a sacred and divine technology that have served as a means of survival, both physically and metaphysically. She envision a cosmically bountiful world that celebrates and pays homage to ancestral majesty, power and aesthetics.

Inspired by traditionally African and Black-American hairstyles, she uses web and catalogue sourced images to construct these new saviors. Through large scale paintings and the employment of luminescent materials she is creating a mythology that is centered on Black resistance and utilizes the body as a sight of alchemy and divinity.

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ABOUT BLACK FEAST
Hosted by Chef Salimatu Amabebe and Annika Hansteen-Izora, two Black queer artists that believe in centering the Black experience, Black Feast was created as a way to not only make space at the table for Black artists, but to design a whole new table for us. All are welcome to Black Feast experiences. Learn more about us at www.blackfeastdinner.com

Location

AP Café (View)
420 Troutman St
Brooklyn, NY 11237
United States


Categories

Arts > Visual
Food > Sweets
Social > LGBT

Kid Friendly: No
Dog Friendly: No
Non-Smoking: Yes!
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!

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