FRIDAY NIGHTS AT NOMA: MUSIC BY THE PFISTER SISTERS & "ART YOU CAN EAT"5 to 9 p.m. July 5, 2013
Join us for “Art You Can Eat” with Chef Steven Marsella, as he leads a culinary demonstration on classic New York City appetizers. Then, stick around for a film on the 1984 world’s fair in New Orleans.
- 5-8 p.m.: Art Activity with Young Audiences
- 5:30-8:30 p.m.: Music by The Pfister Sisters
- 6-7 p.m.: “Art You Can Eat” with Chef Steven Marsella, Heritage Grill and Ralph Brennan Catering and Events: “Classic NYC Apps Influence Big Easy Restaurant Menus” In tribute of the 1924 World’s Fair in New York City
- 7:30-8:30 p.m.: Film: WYES: A World’s Fair to Remember
About The Pfister Sisters
The Pfister Sisters have performed for over 30 years in their hometown New Orleans, as well as touring in the United States and Europe. They have appeared on HBO’s Treme, and just recently performed at both the French Quarter Fest and Jazz Fest. They have worked with a number of artists including Linda Rondstadt, the Neville Brothers, Dr. John, Harry Shearer, The Dukes of Dixieland, and Maxene Andrews of the Andrews Sisters.
About Art You Can Eat
“Art You Can Eat” is a nine-week summer cooking series featuring the artful culinary creations of the Ralph Brennan Restaurant Group chefs and special guests. Fridays from June 7 to August 2, 2013, at 6 p.m., chefs from Cafe NOMA, Ralph’s on the Park, Red Fish Grill, cafe b, and Heritage Grill will lead complimentary, educational, and delicious cooking events celebrating NOMA exhibitions and culinary arts from the around the world. “Art You Can Eat” focuses on the tips and tricks behind classic and contemporary cooking, mixology and presentation, with special emphasis on professional techniques made easy. Seating is limited and on a first-come, first-serve basis.
About WYES: A World’s Fair to Remember
WYES presents a documentary discussing the splendor, politics, and lasting impressions (and landmarks) of the 1984 World’s Fair in New Orleans.
This event is related to the exhibition Inventing the Modern World: Decorative Arts at the World's Fairs.