Hosting a “Feast” of your own? Bring the ideas of Feast into your home, be they from the exhibition itself or from one of our many faculty gallery talks. Many of the works from Feast are designed to be shared amongst those in their home environments, so serve slatko at your front door, make your own Neighborhood Infusion using materials you’ve found in your backyard or around your neighbor’s. Professor James Keller’s talk on home-brewing might inspire the budding ale connoisseur within you; best drunken amongst friends as the highest form of art (like Tom Maroni). Art exists to be pushed outside the confines of the gallery space, and these pieces thrive in practice as well as they do in aesthetic merit.
Home Brew information can be found in a video, here, as well as articles here, and in “A Beginner’s Guide to American Beer Styles” from Serious Eats.
Curious about the Serbian slatko? Now, you don’t have to be with information found here.
Hold a Neighborhood Infusions Party and re-create the artistic performance. Information on how to make your own flavored spirits found here.