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ART from the ashes and Cordero Negro at the Wine Vault

Venue Display
ART from the ashes and Cordero Negro at the Wine Vault
929 S. Brand Blvd
Glendale, CA 91204
Venue Type: Alternative Space

Neighborhood:
pasadena/glendale



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Like the Teeth of a Saw, David YowDavid Yow, Like the Teeth of a Saw
Untitled (sideways chair and egg with string), Kay KroppKay Kropp,
Untitled (sideways chair and egg with string)

Pod Lamp, Lydia Tjioe-HallLydia Tjioe-Hall, Pod Lamp
None of Your Beeswax, Michael FlechtnerMichael Flechtner, None of Your Beeswax
Untitled, Minas HalajMinas Halaj, Untitled
Bear Eats Fish, Philip LumbangPhilip Lumbang, Bear Eats Fish
The Fire Within, Mike StilkeyMike Stilkey, The Fire Within
Paella, Vince GonzalesVince Gonzales, Paella
Pomegranate, Alyson IwamotoAlyson Iwamoto, Pomegranate
Forbidden Fruit, Angelique FoxAngelique Fox, Forbidden Fruit
Disposable Light, Astrelle JohnquestAstrelle Johnquest, Disposable Light
No. 244, Caroline BlackburnCaroline Blackburn, No. 244
Lily & Bee, Carrie JardineCarrie Jardine, Lily & Bee
Temoku Bowl Set, Celeste LidaCeleste Lida, Temoku Bowl Set
Kasuma Tribute Bowl, Chris McCormickChris McCormick, Kasuma Tribute Bowl
Mona, Claudia EastmanClaudia Eastman, Mona
American Family, Cody LusbyCody Lusby, American Family
Rabbit Munch, David & Kazumi SvensonDavid & Kazumi Svenson, Rabbit Munch
Lunch at the Hut, Dick HeimboldDick Heimbold, Lunch at the Hut
Bending Fern, Karen SikieKaren Sikie, Bending Fern
Arugula, Emily GoffEmily Goff, Arugula
Spirit Animal, John ParkJohn Park, Spirit Animal
In Season, Joy FeuerJoy Feuer, In Season
Kathia Dung Plata, Kathia Dung Plata, Bad Apples
She of the Mountains, Kat SamborKat Sambor, She of the Mountains
Pickles, Kim KogaKim Koga, Pickles
Joyce\'s Garden, Linda PriceLinda Price, Joyce's Garden
Hearts of Stone, Lynn E. ColemanLynn E. Coleman, Hearts of Stone
The Happy Little Lobster, Mary Kay WilsonMary Kay Wilson, The Happy Little Lobster
6 Beets, Nina SavillNina Savill, 6 Beets
The Art of Composting, Megan StevensMegan Stevens, The Art of Composting
Poppy Serving Bowl & Platter, Sally Ann StahlSally Ann Stahl, Poppy Serving Bowl & Platter

Goblets, Xenia ZampolliXenia Zampolli, Goblets
Neon Chicken, KUNIO OHASHIKUNIO OHASHI, Neon Chicken
Abundance, Rebecca Harvey PollockRebecca Harvey Pollock, Abundance
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WEBSITE:  
http://artfromtheashes.org/exhibitions_c...
EMAIL:  
info@artfromtheashes.org
OPEN HOURS:  
exhibition 11a - 4p; dining 6p - 10p
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DESCRIPTION
Comida y Arte, ART from the ashes' art x food pop up, opens on April 25th at the Wine Vault.  Cordero Negro chef Sandra Cordero will prepare a three course Spanish-themed meal centered on two types of paella.  Diners will feast upon Chef Cordero's spanish-themed meal while seated amidst over 60 works of art by LA area artists.  The works were created for this exhibition with the theme of food x art in mind.

$40 pre-fixe menu includes a meat or vegetarian choice of: an amuse, an ensalada with crispy jamon and pequillo pepper dressing, a choice of two different paellas ("tierro y mar" or spring vegetables) and mousse de chocolate with citrus infused cream.  

A portion of the proceeds from Comida y Arte will be donated to support ART from the ashes’ 2013 arts programming which will include: Wellness Works in May, annual Inspire Exhibition in fall 2013 and Hurricane Sandy Relief exhibition in New York City.

Opening Reception Thursday April 25th 7.30-10pm

Dining April 26 & 27 6-10pm

Formed in 2007, ART from the ashes is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit arts organization whose mission is to support communities through the cathartic property of art. We assemble a collective of artists who create one-of-a-kind works of art utilizing materials reclaimed from disaster site locations, which then provide the framework for a benefit art exhibition to support the community’s recovery.

Our belief is that art is a powerful vehicle to bring community together. The evolution of this vision has led to the development of community partnership programming outside of disaster relief focused on art, education, health and environment. 

 


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