On select Thursday evenings this fall, McColl Center artist-in-residence and baker Leah Rosenberg activates her first-floor project “Color for the People” by serving bites and a specialty cocktail inspired by the colors of Charlotte.
Participants will receive a limited-edition serving tray made by the artist.
Register in advance to participate in this multisensory experience of art, food, and community. A maximum of 24 people may participate per evening.
Leah Rosenberg, in residence until December 5, is a San Francisco based artist whose practice blends and bleeds between the realms of installation, painting and the culinary arts. Rosenberg uses a bold, graphic feeling for color and a more subtle sense for flavor and atmosphere to create work like the piece she’ll be developing in residence at the McColl: Color for the People. Color for the People will be an on-going project in which Rosenberg’s daily practice slowly accumulates; building an installation that is part Immersive Color Field Painting and part Meditation Space. This project will be further activated by periodic sensory experiences that Rosenberg is calling Color Bar, where small nibbles and a craft cocktail inspired by “the Colors of Charlotte” will be served to enhance the experience of the installation.