Art, music and fun – all for a good cause
The Red Brick Council for the Arts would like to thank everyone who made our “Plates and Palates: An Art Event Inspired by Food” such a wonderful event. And a special thanks to our sponsors: Aspen Sojourner, The Aspen Times, Edible Aspen, KSNO, KUUR and Whole Foods Markets.
To all of the participating artists, we truly appreciate the incredible donations of your finest work: Cecilia Anthony, Mary Ballou, Gail Bartik, Michael Bonds, Marianne Breed Wilson, Maggie Butler, Anne Byard, Tori Campisi, Doug Casebeer, Scotty Cathcart, Sally Cole, Roger Davis, Marcia Fusaro, Sandie Gardner, Kathy Honea, Dianne Kenney, Sue Kolby, Tammie Lane, Carol Lowenstern, Peggy Malloy, Peggy Mink, Virginia Morrow, Mike Otte, Molly Peacock, Megan Rainnie, Jane Reed, Jill Sabella, Sue Binkley Tatem, Katie Van Alstine, Georgeann Waggaman and Will Young.
To all the caterers and restaurants who donated appetizers – thanks for the great food. You energized the event: Back Door Catering, Bangkok Happy Bowl, Cache Cache, Creperie du Village, Conundrum Catering, Gourmet Girl on the Go, Sabra’s Deli, Takah Sushi and Whole Foods Markets.
Thanks for the food demonstrations by Dave Durrance, Janet Lightfoot and Scotty Cathcart; you showed us different ways to work and create with food. Also a big thank-you to DJ Naka G; as usual, he got folks dancing.
Thank you as always to the wonderful group of volunteers without whom we could not accomplish what we do: Anne Byard, Nancy Kullgren, Derik Mitchell, Jim Morris, Virginia Morrow, Lee Mulcahy, Patricia Neeb, Susan Olsen, Molly Peacock, Jill Sabella, Terry Stephenson, Toney Thomas and Georgeann Waggaman.
A special thanks to those of you who celebrate art with us every First Thursday and attended this special event to show your support – it was really great to see you there. And, of course, thanks to anyone we may have missed.
Our theme and goal was a night of art, music, food and fun. We hope everyone had a good time!
Executive director, Red Brick Council for the Arts
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