Begun in 1993 in a Baskin Robbins in New York, artist David Robbins’ “Ice Cream Social” has been performed in a variety of settings and contexts, morphing across platforms and formats, from a painting to an event, an installation and sculptural assemblage, a television pilot for the Sundance Channel, a novella, even a movie script. Enjoy the latest incarnation of the “Ice Cream Social” to celebrate the opening of Feast: Radical Hospitality in Contemporary Art at the Gund Gallery. Guests are encouraged to dress in white, pink, or chocolate brown as they enjoy free cake from the Pink Cupcake and locally sourced ice cream.
July 25, 4-6pm
Fischman Lobby, Gund Gallery
Be sure to visit the Kenyon Inn for the Party on the Patio for live music from 6-9pm!