Executive Director Belinda Tate talks about KIA exhibition Resilience: African American Artists as Agents of Change, The exhibition spotlights a group of artists who use art as an indispensable tool for social commentary and change.
The menu will feature chicken or vegetarian tetrazzini, caesar salad, and garlic knots (rolls), plus pumpkin bars with cream cheese frosting for dessert. Note: the caesar salad dressing does not contain anchovy nor raw egg. The vegetarian tetrazzini uses plant-based “chicken” bites. If you want the vegetarian option, be sure to order it when you RSVP.
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