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Sun August 4, 2013

The Making of HEARTLAND: Food, Sustainability and Agrarian Roots

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HEARTLAND, the new performance by artist and Butoh dancer Ledoh, derives its inspiration from the landscape and agrarian culture informed by the artist’s childhood growing up in Burma and his current connections to farming and agricultural networks in Sonoma, Calif. Join Ledoh and scientist Dr. Laura Micheli; winemaker and co-owner of Nicholson Ranch, Deepak Gulrajani; and farmer and executive chef of the Girl and the Fig restaurant, John Toulze, as they talk about agriculture, food and sustainability ideas that shaped HEARTLAND and affect our daily lives.

Free with museum admission ($0-$12)
HEARTLAND, the new performance by artist and Butoh dancer Ledoh, derives its inspiration from the landscape and agrarian culture informed by the artist’s childhood growing up in Burma and his current connections to farming and agricultural networks in Sonoma, Calif. Join Ledoh and scientist Dr. Laura Micheli; winemaker and co-owner of Nicholson Ranch, Deepak Gulrajani; and farmer and executive chef of the Girl and the Fig restaurant, John Toulze, as they talk about agriculture, food and sustainability ideas that shaped HEARTLAND and affect our daily lives.

Free with museum admission ($0-$12)
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