Event

A Midsummer’s Feast by Rucola, with MV Carbon and Steve Gunn

Wednesday, August 8, 2012 - 7:00pm

at 22 Boerum Place, Brooklyn, NY 11201 Map
$125 
General


ISSUE Project Room invites you to

A Midsummer’s Feast

seasonal tastings
with chilled wine pairings by

Rucola

and performances by

MV Carbon and Steve Gunn



Wednesday, August 8, 2012
7:00 PM at ISSUE Project Room



$125 – Purchase tickets
($75 tax deductible)

FREE when you join at the new
ALL ACCESS Membership level



For more information please contact Ed Patuto, 718-330-0313 #8



Rucola is a rustic Northern Italian restaurant nestled in the heart of historic Boerum Hill. Inspired by the slow food movement in Piedmont, Rucola seek to provide a farm to table experience by selecting the highest quality ingredients available in and around New York. Their food, wine, and cocktail menus change seasonally.
http://www.rucolabrooklyn.com/

MV Carbon is a Brooklyn-based musician and artist. Her work frequently involves tape machines, voice, cello, analog synthesizers, field recordings, along with hand-built electronics. She has recently been developing and performing new works which utilize physical computing and sensor-controlled synthesis. She has performed nationally and internationally with her solo work as well as in collaborations at spaces including Arnolfi (UK), ISSUE Project Room (NYC), Lehman Maupin Gallery (NYC), Museum of Contemporary Art (Chicago), Museum of Contemporary Art (Detroit), Nefertiti Jazz Club (Sweden), PS1 Contemporary Art (NYC), Roulette (NYC), The Sage (UK), The Stone (NYC), the Tate Modern (UK), and Tesla (Berlin).

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