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ArtHouse | Food is Medicine - Part 1 with Chef Shay!
May
23
to Jun 6

ArtHouse | Food is Medicine - Part 1 with Chef Shay!

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ArtHouse: A Social Kitchen presents…

Food is Medicine - Part 1 with Chef Shay!

Learn how to eat clean during the busy work week by meal prepping healthy meals. All participants will be given a complimentary meal plan and tips as takeaways! Chef Shay will demonstrate quick meal preps for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and snack options for one day. She will also teach the participants how to package and store items for a week's worth of delicious and healthy meals!

  • Dates: Wednesday, May 23 & June 6, 2018 | 6:30 - 7:30PM
  • This event is FREE and open to the public.
  • Early arrival is highly recommended!
  • RSVP is required and you must bring a ticket.

ABOUT THE CHEF

Chef Shannon "Shay" Smith began NJOY Eats & Prep in 2014 to cultivate a nutritional culinary experience in the lives of her clients. She is an advocate for mental wellness as it relates to maintaining a healthy lifestyle. She believes in living in your JOY, accomplishing your goals and highlighting the beauty and strengths of your personal journey. A lover of great food and fitness, Chef Shay encourages her clients to embrace an active lifestyle of physical fitness to compliment nutritional goals. Being fit can be fun and an amazing journey. Chef Shay is here to support each client through the experience.

Connect with her at www.njoyeatsprep.com and @justnjoy25.

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ArtHouse | GIBFF & BCH Presents Food & Film Series: THE FITS | Michigan City Soul Steppers
May
24
6:00 PM18:00

ArtHouse | GIBFF & BCH Presents Food & Film Series: THE FITS | Michigan City Soul Steppers

ArtHouse | GIBFF & BCH Presents...

Food & Film Monthly Screening Series: THE FITS

The Gary International Black Film Festival and Chicago's Black Cinema House come together in partnership with Anna Rose Holmer's surreal film THE FITS and a special performance by the Michigan City Soul Steppers Drill Team Inc. at ArtHouse: A Social Kitchen! Thursday, May 24th 6-8PM join us for motion picture art and culinary adventure as we bring this powerful film to the center stage in our monthly Food & Film series. Each month come savor independent films paired with complimentary small tastings and refreshments from Arthouse: A Social Kitchen's emerging chefs.

ABOUT THE FILM

THE FITS is a psychological portrait of 11-year-old Toni-a tomboy assimilating to a tight-knit dance team in Cincinnati's West End. Enamored by the power and confidence of this strong community of girls, Toni eagerly absorbs routines, masters drills, and even pierces her own ears to fit in. When a mysterious outbreak of fainting spells plagues the team, Toni's desire for acceptance is twisted.

FREE ADMISSION | DONATIONS ACCEPTED. Doors open at 6PM.

RSVP strongly encouraged to reserve your seat: http://ArtHouseFoodandFilm.eventbrite.com

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The CD Release & Listening Party of A Different Me – Same God by Pharis Evans Jr.
Jun
2
6:00 PM18:00

The CD Release & Listening Party of A Different Me – Same God by Pharis Evans Jr.

Join us Saturday, June 2nd from 6:00 PM to 8:30 PM at the ArtHouse: A Social Kitchen as PHEV Entertainment presents The CD Release & Listening Party of A Different Me – Same God by Pharis Evans Jr. The night will include a live performance by PEJ followed by a musical Q&A.

  • Free Entry
  • All Ages Welcome
  • Doors open at 5:00 PM
  • 411 E. 5thAve, Gary, IN 46402

Visit http://www.pharisevansjr.com/ for more information.

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ArtHouse | WE ARE HERE Patio Festival!
May
3
9:30 AM09:30

ArtHouse | WE ARE HERE Patio Festival!

You’re Invited! Join us at ArtHouse: A Social Kitchen for the unveiling of our latest art installation, ArtHouse Patio. Thursday, May 3, 2018, starting at 9:30 AM to 7:30 PM. Bring in Spring with the WE ARE HERE ArtHouse Patio Festival, celebrating this new outdoor addition to the NWI and Gary community.

Located at 411 E. 5th Ave Gary, IN 46402, ArtHouse patio festival offers a full day of fun for families, kids, seniors, teens and young adults. Schedule of events is packed with performances and activities throughout the entire day and evening. There’s something special for absolutely everyone!

These events are FREE and open to the public. Complimentary bites and food for purchase will be available throughout the day by our ArtHouse Culinary Business Incubator (CBI) students, emerging chefs, and culinary experts!

RSVP is required for entry to ArtHouse Patio Festival and can be used for admission to any/all events throughout the day.

Please Note: A digital or printed ticket must be presented for entry for all attendees.

RSVP NOW! http://ArtHousePatioFestival.eventbrite.com

SCHEDULE OF EVENTS: 

9:30 AM | Electrifying Marching Band Show 

10:00 - 10:30 AM | Opening Ceremony 

10:30 AM - 12:00 PM | Project Onward Art Exhibit Walking Tour w/ FREE Continental Breakfast 

12:00 - 1:00 PM | Boogie Down Blues Show

12:00 PM - 3:00 PM | The Smokehouse Picnic

12:00 PM - 4:00 PM | Buy Now. Buy Local. CBI Farmer’s Market

1:30 PM - 2:30 PM | Jazz On The Patio 

3:00 PM - 6:00 PM | Life-Size Game Play

3:00 PM - 6:00 PM | The Grill Pit Feast 

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM | The Amazing After School Project

5:30 PM - 6:15 PM | Gospel Set

6:30 PM - 7:30 PM | R&B Soul Sessions ft. Jamel Lewis Music

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ABOUT THE ARTHOUSE

ArtHouse: A Social Kitchen is a unique destination for food, culture, and art in Gary, Indiana. ArtHouse provides access to a commercial training kitchen for local residents and emerging businesses, culinary business incubation (CBI) and operation space, a pop-up café shaped by CBI participants, community dinners in Gary homes and the café, and gallery/exhibition space. ArtHouse is focused on creating a space that positively reflects the City of Gary and provides a platform for economic and artistic activity in the downtown area. The site will evolve continuously through the work of partner organizations and creative individuals. It is a dynamic destination for food, culture, and art lovers to meet, gather and learn. 

Special free events are hosted weekly at ArtHouse to compliment the business and training activity in the facility. Culinary + Art Exploration events are facilitated by local and regional experts and are free/open to the public. Events are appropriate for novice to expert: growers, food hobbyists, enthusiasts, culinary entrepreneurs, butchers, caterers, bakers, food vendors, chefs, and restaurateurs. No experience is necessary to participate in Culinary + Art Exploration events. Join us!

For more information on this event contact ArtHouse: A Social Kitchen staff at arthouse@arthousegary.com or visit www.arthousegary.com.

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ArtHouse | GIBFF & BCH Presents Food & Film Series: Jewel’s Catch One
Apr
26
6:00 PM18:00

ArtHouse | GIBFF & BCH Presents Food & Film Series: Jewel’s Catch One

ArtHouse | GIBFF & BCH Presents...

Food & Film Monthly Screening Series: Jewel's Catch One

The Gary International Black Film Festival and Chicago's Black Cinema House come together in partnership with Ava DuVernay’s ARRAY to present LGBTQ Disco Documentary Jewel’s Catch One Screening at ArtHouse: A Social Kitchen! Thursday, April 26th 6-8PM join us for critical conversation and culinary adventure as we bring powerful films to the center stage in our monthly film series. Each month come savor provocative independent films paired with complimentary small tastings and refreshments from Arthouse: A Social Kitchen's emerging chefs.

This event is FREE. Doors open at 6PM.

RSVP strongly encouraged to reserve your seat: ArtHouseFoodandFilm.eventbrite.com

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ArtHouse | Project Onward Art Exhibit ‘Honoring Legendary African American Artists: Distinct Portraiture by disAbled Artists’
Apr
26
to May 5

ArtHouse | Project Onward Art Exhibit ‘Honoring Legendary African American Artists: Distinct Portraiture by disAbled Artists’

ArtHouse: A Social Kitchen presents...

Project Onward Art Exhibit: Honoring Legendary African American Artists: Distinct Portraiture by disAbled Artists

ArtHouse: A Social Kitchen is proud to announce Project Onward will be bringing their latest exhibit, ‘Honoring Legendary African American Artists: Distinct Portraiture by disAbled Artists’, to the ArtHouse! Open for display now until Saturday, May 5th, 2018 | 9AM to 5PM, Mon-Fri at the ArtHouse: A Social Kitchen located at 411 E. 5th. Avenue in Gary, IN. View works of art by Project Onward artists as they honor African American painters, sculptors, and installation artists through captivating portraitures.

ABOUT THE EXHIBIT

The exhibit is supported by a $10,000 grant from the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA). Eighteen pieces are newly created by Project Onward’s artists highlighting portraits of celebrated painters, sculptors, and printmakers, rendered by Project Onward’s master artists. Subjects include, among others, Jean-Michel Basquiat, Wangechi Mutu, Kerry James Marshall and Elizabeth Catlett. PORTRAITS was given its world premiere in February 2018 in conjunction with Black History Month. All works are created by Project Onward’s mentally and developmentally challenged artists. All proceeds benefit their studio and gallery.

This art exhibit is free to view, please RSVP at www.ArtHouseProjectOnward.eventbrite.com

ABOUT PROJECT ONWARD

Project Onward is an independent 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization studio and gallery for professional artists with mental and developmental disabilities.

This organization supports the professional development of artists with exceptional talents and challenges, ranging from autism to mental illness, and provides these artists with workspace, materials, professional guidance, exhibition opportunities and access to markets to sell their work and advance their careers.

Studio + Gallery

Project Onward’s studio and gallery are FREE and open to the public Tuesday-Saturday, 11am-5pm, and on the 3rd Friday of each month until 9PM. In opening the studio and gallery to the public and activating the space with free public programs, Project Onward seeks to promote art as a powerful tool for understanding and valuing the real and potential contributions of our national population with disabilities. At Project Onward, art has become a unique medium for comprehensively and constructively discussing mental illness and developmental disabilities and re-framing the discussion around these artists’ abilities. 

Exhibits

Housed on the Bridgeport Art Center’s 4th Floor, Project Onward presents group and solo exhibitions in three galleries: the Main Gallery, the Spotlight Gallery and Gallery B. These professionally curated spaces host regularly rotating exhibitions that feature art by Project Onward’s member artists. The gallery celebrates new openings monthly and invites collectors, supporters and the public to enjoy drinks and refreshment, explore the exhibitions and also engage with Project Onward artists while they work in the studio.

To learn more about Project Onward, please contact: info@projectonward.org.

Project Onward | 1200 W. 35th St., 4th Floor | Chicago, IL 60609 | (773) 940-2992

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Arthouse Presents Executive Chef Lamar Moore
Apr
14
6:00 PM18:00

Arthouse Presents Executive Chef Lamar Moore

ArtHouse: A Social Kitchen presents…

EXECUTIVE CHEF LAMAR MOORE

ArtHouse: A Social Kitchen is proud to announce our new Executive Chef, Lamar Moore! On Saturday, April 14th, 2018 from 6PM to 9PM at the ArtHouse: A Social Kitchen located at 411 E. 5th. Avenue in Gary, IN, join us as we welcome our new internationally known Executive Chef and culinary expert, Lamar Moore! The entire community is invited to this FREE event as we introduce him to the City of Gary and surrounding areas. There will be a live DJ, food and a chance to meet the chef himself!

We are anticipating much participation and attendance from the NWI community and Chicago land area, RSVP is required and you must bring a ticket.

Early arrival is highly recommended!


ABOUT THE CHEF

Chef Lamar Moore was born in Chicago, Illinois but his skill in the culinary arts field has taken him to Europe, Greece and throughout the US. With a degree in Culinary Arts from Cordon Bleu in Chicago and 15 plus years in the field, Moore has already established himself as a top chef in the Chicagoland area. Moore has been featured in Zagat.com, Plateonline.com, Food Network and Post-Tribune, just to name a few. 

Chef Moore brings his talents to the ArtHouse as our head chef and culinary expert. We are excited for this new partnership and look forward to the wealth of knowledge Moore will bring to the City of Gary.

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