Wednesday, September 30, 2015

Photos from Five Breadmaking Parties

Thanks to Heather Kapplow (JP), Leo March (Mattapan) and Brooke Rose (Dorchester) for their help with photo documentation!

Friday, August 21, 2015

Breadmaking Parties + Conversation for Artists

Meet neighbor-artists, bake bread together, and foment ideas for a better creative Boston!

Did you know Boston is making its first-ever cultural plan?
Over 1000 people have already participated in Boston Creates conversations citywide to contribute their ideas. Let's make sure individual artists are part of the discussion too!*

Boston Creates' artist-ethnographer Shaw Pong Liu and artist-hosts Aziza Robinson-Goodnight, Beth Ireland, Mattapan Cultural Arts and the Haley House Cafe host the "What Artists Knead" breadmaking party series.

Every day, for five days, we will be baking and breaking bread in a different neighborhood of Boston, hanging out with artists, and sharing ideas that will be, er, fed to the Boston Creates planning team.

At each party, you will make bread with fellow artists, working with dough that was mixed at a previous party, and preparing loaves to be baked at the following party. (A Chain-of-Boules, if you will!)

Gluten-free options and childcare available with advance registration, please see RSVP links.

"What Artists Knead" Breadmaking Parties + Conversation

Friday, August 28, 6pm-8pm, Dorchester RSVP
Saturday, August 29, 10am-12pm, Jamaica Plain RSVP
Sunday, August 30, 5pm-7pm, Mattapan RSVP
Monday, August 31, 6pm-8pm, Roslindale RSVP
Tuesday, Sept 1, 6pm-8pm, Haley House Cafe, Roxbury  RSVP on Facebook

*ideas from the conversations will be submitted to the Boston cultural planning team, all ideas are anonymous