ksw presents a sensory feast, february 4-24

If you're in San Francisco, SOMArts Cultural Center and Kearny Street Workshop invite you A Sensory Feast, a fun and interactive food-themed Asian American art exhibition inspired by Bay Area foodie culture and Asian culinary traditions. The show opens this Friday, February 4 at SOMArts Cultural Center in San Francisco. Here are some more details:
SOMArts Cultural Center and
Kearny Street Workshop present


Opening Reception
Friday, February 4, 2011
6:00 - 9:00 pm
SOMArts Cultural Center, 934 Brannan
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A Sensory Feast presents artists using smell, food, and taste as central elements in their artistic practices, including Sita Kuratomi Bhaumik, Brandon Bigelow, Jean Chen, Kira Greene, Yosh Han, Amy M. Ho, Arthur Huang, Annie S. Koh, and the National Bitter Melon Council.

* Only at the Opening *

Special appearance by the Senor Sisig food truck
Cash-only wine and beer bar
Eau de Yosh scent bar
Temporary tattoos of some your favorite foods
Photo booth where you can pose in wearable food sculptures
Art and food! What's not to like? The opening will feature the Senor Sisig food truck, a photo booth with wearable food sculptures and temporary tattoos. (I'm told you can get a dumpling on your bicep.) For more information about A Sensory Feast, go to the Kearny Street Workshop website here.

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