Apr 16th 2017

Grandma’s Kitchen is a series of pop-up interpretive experiences designed and hosted by Smart Museum Docent Josephine McEntee and Red Line Service collaborators Carlos Carpenter and Dave Morris.

Inspired by objects in the Conversations with the Collection: Belonging, especially Frank Lloyd Wright’s dining table and chairs, Grandma’s Kitchen invites visitors to the Smart to recall and consider the roles of family, food, and place in the creation of spaces of belonging.

Participants are welcome to have their remembrances recorded while they enjoy food and drink with the hosts.

FREE, drop in.

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