Livestream Presentation – Foods for the Souls: Food Rituals in the Diaspora

This opportunity is recommended for high school and middle school students.

When

This presentation is a one-time-only livestream:

  • Thursday, November 5, 2020 at 5:30pm

About the Show

In India, food is symbolic of Annapurna – the goddess of food and nourishment – and is an integral part of ritual and festival. Novice and aspiring chefs alike can join this cooking demonstration presented by award-winning Twin Cities chef Raghavan Iyer, who will discuss the interconnectedness of food, art, and ritual in India with Ragamala Dance Company’s co-artistic directors Ranee Ramaswamy and Aparna Ramaswamy. Cozy up to your computer, and learn about these dishes, or cook along with the group to make a meal in your own home!

Access Instructions:

Register on the Northrop’s website here to watch this presentation

The Northrop will send you an email with the video link 24 hours before the presentation

Themes

  • Artistic expression rarely, if ever, occurs in a bubble. Artists exist in culture and community, and food is one aspect of culture and community. How do you imagine that food and dance can be interconnected?

Children should be 11 years of age or older to join this presentation. 

This opportunity is offered courtesy of our Project Success theater partner, Northrop Auditorium.