The A+C Top Ten: February
Dining and Discourse at Houston Center
for Contemporary Craft

Arts + Culture MagazinePosted February 4, 2015 in In The News

HOUSTON- There’s no denying the zeitgeist; the aesthetics of dining matter. As food becomes an increasingly central part of all aspects of popular culture, its position in the world of art becomes increasingly hard to contest. Houston Center for Contemporary Craft (HCCC) curatorial fellow Kathryn Hall clearly agrees and has made the art of dining the thesis of Dining and Discourse: A Discussion in Three Courses, a show on view at HCCC Feb. 6 through May 10. For Hall, the show is an opportunity to “move beyond the presentation of the beautifully-set dinner table to spark discussion about the past, present and future of craft.” Yum.