Join us this Saturday, September 16th, for “Setting the Table for Tomorrow,” a roundtable discussion on the future of food and cities! Moderated by Jeff Gordinier (Esquire) and featuring Tanya Fields (BLK Projek), Angela Dimayuga (Mission Chinese Food), Chef JJ Johnson (The Cecil) and MOLD’s Editor LinYee Yuan. Much thanks to Ghetto Gastro for presenting this talk at the New Museum’s Ideas City Festival. Learn more about the weekend’s activities here.

IdeasCity is a series of traveling dialogues that explore the role of art and culture in shaping the thriving cities of the future. A public platform of the New Museum, IdeasCity was founded in 2011 in New York and has since grown to encompass programs in Istanbul (2012), Sao Paulo (2013), Detroit (2016), Athens (2016) and Arles (2017). The program has grown from a bi-annual street festival and conference in New York to a global conversation headed by its director Joseph Grima, formerly the editor of Domus and director for the Storefront of Art and Architecture in New York City.

Ghetto Gastro presents:
Setting the Table for Tomorrow
A Discussion on the Future of Food and Cities

Saturday, September 16
2PM at Sara D. Roosevelt Park

Tanya Fields (BLK Projek)
Angela Dimayuga (Mission Chinese Food)
Chef JJ Johnson (The Cecil)
LinYee Yuan (MOLD)

Moderated by Jeff Gordinier (Esquire)
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