Farm-to-Fork themed programs at the Crocker Art Museum – California News

Farm-to-Fork themed programs at the Crocker Art Museum – California News

Join the Crocker Art Museum in celebration of Sacramento’s Farm-to-Fork Month, and enjoy Dinner with the Crockers, farms-in-art adventures for kids, farm-fresh still life and culinary classes, and a delectable film and food demo.

Kids & Company Gallery Adventure

Sundays, Sept. 3 and 17

10:30-11:30 a.m.

To celebrate Farm to Fork Month in September, the Kids and Company tours will explore farms in art! Amusing and educational, this tour is the perfect way to introduce art to children ages 5 and older, and the adults who tag along with them, in a fun and playful manner. This drop-in program is free for members and free with general admission for nonmembers. (General admission is always free for children 6 and under.)

More information: https://www.crockerart.org/calendar/9/17


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Fall Film Series: Foreign Fall

“Tampopo” (Japan)

(1985, 115 Minutes, NR; in Japanese with English Subtitles)

Thursday, Sept. 7

6:30 p.m. (Ramen presentation at 5:30 p.m.)

Join us for a trip around the globe as we present a behind-the-scenes discussion of the best foreign cinema. Provocative and educational, this screening will include an introduction by local film expert Jacob Greenberg, designed to offer a full understanding of the film individually and as part of the Crocker’s curated series. Co-presented with Slow Food Sacramento in honor of farm-to-fork month, “Tampopo” has been called “one of the best food movies of all time” by eater.com. An homage to ramen, “Tampopo” dishes out hilarity in a series of vignettes all loosely based around the plight of a small ramen shop. Produced in the style of a Spaghetti Western (or as it was dubbed early, “Ramen…

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