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Chefs Nicholas Bandelier, Matthias Seyfrid & Brewer, Steve Holle Present:
Gefüllte Eier Deviled egg, crab, mache WeizenbockGarnele mit Speck im Strudelteig Shrimp, Serano ham, strudel PilsnerWammerl Pork belly, ginger, BBQ, Black eyes peas Dunkel Gebackener Hase Rabbit, porcini, semolina dumplings Helles Variation von der Schokoladen Chocolate, mousse, cake, & ice cream with cherries and hazelnuts Winterbock Pair Excellence is a series of dining experiences produced by 90.1FM KKFI that seeks to unite community. Dining on the Danube is the first episode to explore the international flavors that Kansas City has to offer the discerning palette. The five courses, pairing Bavarian Lagers from KC Bier Co. with the Austrian Cuisine of Grunauer, is Kansas City’s way of experiencing the tastes and libations of the Danube. This 90.1 event is designed to educate and stimulate the senses as though you just skied into a centuries old lodge on the border of Germany and Austria looking across the banks of the river that ties them together. The communal seating of the Vienna Zimmer is another way to experience dining in a way that builds community and inspires people to discuss and appreciate each other as well as the food and drink. Chefs Nicholas Bandelier and Matthias Seyfrid with Head Brewer, Steve Holle will be on hand to illuminate the reasons for the pairings before each of the four courses. The Grunauer’s private dining room, Vienna Zimmer, is a beautiful room full of history, vitality, and natural ambiance. 90.1 will also provide the beautiful strains of Katie Benyo’s violin. She will be performing during the seating and dining with heavy focus on German and Austrian composers. Katie is an accomplished violinist, teacher, and graduate of Missouri Western. Music is obviously one of the things that ties all communities together so it is of the utmost importance that music be involved in our events.
Public Art: Paths to Satisfaction
90.1FM KKFI Studios
3901 Main St. Suite #203
Kansas City, MO 64111
6:00pm to 8:00pm
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Public Art: Paths to Satisfaction.
A four part panel discussion on the process of soliciting, selecting, installing and maintaining public art. Our panel will cover copyright and contract issues, the one percent for art program implemented by Kansas City and others, and their experiences with specific public art projects sponsored by governments, private businesses and individuals. Steven J. Braun, an attorney with Krigel & Krigel, P.C. who has practiced art law for 15 years, will offer “A History of Public Art in the World in Two Minutes,” an overview of current copyright and contractual issues, and act as the moderator. Beth Nybeck and Matthew Dehaemers, accomplished artists whose work is installed as public art across the United States, will describe their experiences and hopes for the future. Porter Arneill, an artist and the Public Art Administrator for Kansas City, Missouri, and April Bishop, the Cultural Arts Coordinator for the City of Leawood, Kansas, will review the process, documentation and contracts involved in public art projects. We will have an uninhibited discussion of the wonderful public art that enriches our lives, and how it came to be. Substantial time will be reserved for questions from those attending. Reference material will be available on DVD.
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