ZOOM EVENT: CONVERSATION WITH PROFESSOR DEBORAH KROHN & BETSY DIJULIO
Wednesday, April 28
A conversation with Professor Deborah Krohn, Ottolenghi's academic guide, and Betsy DiJulio, MOCA's Nourish exhibiting artist.
Free with purchase of film ticket.
With complimentary sweets for ticket holders available for pickup at MOCA on Wednesday, April 28, viewers will be all set to talk about Ottolenghi and the Cakes of Versailles at 8:00 PM over dessert with Deborah Krohn, historian, Bard Graduate Center Associate Professor, Chair of Academic Programs, and Coordinator for History and Theory of Museums, and Betsy DiJulio, local mixed media artist, accomplished writer, and master educator.
After picking up your sweet treat, pop into MOCA to see nourish, an exhibit created by 12 artists inspired by local foodies. Don’t have time that day? The exhibition runs through June 6.
The film will be available for a 72-hour window: Monday, April 26 through Wednesday, April 28. $12 per household.