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Amon Carter Museum will present Jin-Ya Huang, a mixed-media artist and founder of Break Bread, Break Borders, a social justice cultural initiative designed to create opportunities and provide support for refugees and immigrants in the greater Dallas-Fort Worth area.

Gumbleton is a co-founder of Locavore, the “AirBnB for commercial kitchens,” which provides support as well as cooking, storage, and event space for chefs looking to make it big. These two food experts will share their take on works by Laura Gilpin in the Amon Carter’s collection in addition to delivering a full course of delicious topics on the power of food and how the culinary arts aid North Texas.

Amon Carter Museum will present Jin-Ya Huang, a mixed-media artist and founder of Break Bread, Break Borders, a social justice cultural initiative designed to create opportunities and provide support for refugees and immigrants in the greater Dallas-Fort Worth area.

Gumbleton is a co-founder of Locavore, the “AirBnB for commercial kitchens,” which provides support as well as cooking, storage, and event space for chefs looking to make it big. These two food experts will share their take on works by Laura Gilpin in the Amon Carter’s collection in addition to delivering a full course of delicious topics on the power of food and how the culinary arts aid North Texas.

Amon Carter Museum will present Jin-Ya Huang, a mixed-media artist and founder of Break Bread, Break Borders, a social justice cultural initiative designed to create opportunities and provide support for refugees and immigrants in the greater Dallas-Fort Worth area.

Gumbleton is a co-founder of Locavore, the “AirBnB for commercial kitchens,” which provides support as well as cooking, storage, and event space for chefs looking to make it big. These two food experts will share their take on works by Laura Gilpin in the Amon Carter’s collection in addition to delivering a full course of delicious topics on the power of food and how the culinary arts aid North Texas.

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WHERE

Amon Carter Museum of American Art
3501 Camp Bowie Blvd.
Fort Worth, TX 76107
http://www.cartermuseum.org/

TICKET INFO

Admission is free.
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