Chef Keyla Nogueira Cook prepares food tied to memories of her childhood in Brazil

FEAST

The Café Carnegie

$100 (Members: $90)


A Carnegie International Program

FEAST at CMOA celebrates art through culinary adventures. Each FEAST takes its cues from art on view at the museum for a completely unique, one-night-only immersive cultural experience. For the Carnegie International, we are bringing you the ultimate dinner and a movie by pairing FEAST with the Cinematheque screening series! Reserve your seat in our theater along with your seat at our table, or join us for dinner only.

For FEAST, CMOA welcomes regional chefs and culinary teams to our kitchen. Each evening’s screening and meal reflect on one of four interpretive themes connecting artworks in the International: beauty, politics, children, and sound.

Feast with friends and strangers in these intimate gatherings of gastronomical exploration. Enjoy a four-course, family-style meal along with wine and cocktail pairings.

  • 4 p.m - Film Screenings
  • 6 p.m - Exhibition Opens
  • 7 p.m - Champagne Toast

Featured Chefs

  • November 10, 2018
    FEAST: Beauty
    welcomes Kate Romane, owner and chef of Black Radish Kitchen.
  • December 1, 2018
    FEAST: Politics
    welcomes Jamilka Borges, chef, Lorelei.
  • January 26, 2019
    FEAST: Children
    welcomes Sonja Finn, owner and chef of Dinette, and chef, The Café Carnegie.
  • February 23, 2019
    FEAST: Sound
    welcomes Keyla Nogueira Cook, chef, Casa Brasil.

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Cinematheque

The 2018 International transforms the museum’s theater into a cinematheque. Taking its name from the French, a cinematheque is a small film house or a film library. Libraries open up a world of knowledge to the public, and the International’s Cinematheque likewise brings to Pittsburgh worlds captured by filmmakers near and far. On four Saturdays, children are invited to a matinee with tea and cookies, and grown-ups to an evening screening followed by a FEAST prepared by a local chef. Each screening is cued to a theme: beauty, politics, children, and sound. Don’t let these words limit your imagination; rather, let them ask what each could possibly encompass.

Visit the Cinematheque program page for the full schedule of screenings.


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