2007 Food Calendar at Zenith Gallery
In the interest of inspiring the Washington area community, Zenith Gallery, the Zenith Community Arts Foundation (ZCAF) and the Capital Area Food Bank (CAFB) redefine the term “great taste” by bringing art, food, and charity together. The collaboration of Zenith Gallery, ZCAF and the CAFB is a remarkable display of philanthropy across different mediums of creativity. With the extraordinary ranks of artists and chefs as well as the executives and board members from the gallery and food bank, this highly anticipated event will be a night of great desserts and camaraderie.
Artists in this year's calendar include Bert Beirne, Connie Desaulniers, Drew Ernst, Leslie Exton, Gary Goldberg, Stephen Hansen, Frank Holmes, Robert Jackson, Dominie Nash, James Tormey, and Alyson Weege. It will delight food and art lovers alike. In addition to the impressive display of artwork, the lineup of featured chefs at the reception will include Nora Pouillon, José Andrés, Yannick Cam, Todd Gray, John Paul Damato, Marci Flanigan and Katsuya Fukushima.
Reception to Meet the Artists
Friday, November 10, 6:00 – 9:00pm
$50 per person/$90 for two
Calendar and Reception Benefit the Capital Area Food Bank
The Capital Area Food Bank is a member of America's Second Harvest, the nation's food bank network. It is the largest public, nonprofit food and nutrition education resource in the Washington metropolitan area. Each year the Capital Area Food Bank serves over 275,000 local residents through over 700 partner agencies, including soup kitchens, day care centers, senior centers, after-school programs, homeless shelters, faith-based organizations, food pantries, group homes, rehabilitation centers and community centers.
ZCAF is a non-profit 501C-3 organization established in 2000 by Margery E. Goldberg, owner and director of Zenith Gallery. ZCAF is dedicated to bringing art to the public in Washington, DC, area. Its mission is to contribute to the community through arts venues and activities including enhancement of Washington’s streetscapes and parks, cultivation of art within the city, arts advocacy, education of the public through traveling exhibitions and programs, and creating a permanent home for artists and arts organizations.
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