David Bates

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David Bates since 1982: From the Everyday to the Epic

On view at the Austin Museum of Art
823 Congress Avenue
November 21, 2009 – January 31, 2010

Gulf Coast Sampler

Tuesday, December 8, 6:30 p.m.

Sample cuisine and ideas about regional food. Southern food historian Elizabeth Engelhardt, Arthouse Director Sue Graze, Chef Jesse Griffiths and fisherman/marine biologist Roberto San Miguel discuss culinary traditions, sustainability, fish tales and David Bates’ art.

Tickets required, visit amoa.org/gulfcoastsampler

A collaboration as part of Edible Austin Eat Local Week—a week-long celebration of local food and fundraiser for Urban Roots.

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