The Inhabitant Sessions @ Sunday Supper
Sun, Sep 22, 2013 at 5pm
- All Ages, Bar with ID
Online sales have ended, but tickets for supper may be available at the door. The event will begin at 5pm when guests are seated. Supper will be served from 7-9pm.
This Sunday 9/22, "The Inhabitant Sessions" arrives for the launch of Sunday Supper at Vermillion, a new series of epic public hangouts featuring real talk on science, art & politics, a superb gourmet supper sampler and the town’s most adventuresome musical spirits.
Program, Menu & details below. SEATING LIMITED! Order now.
Talk by Charles Mudede - 5pm
Supper by MWashington - 7 - 9pm
Music selected by OCnotes, Bob Catt, & *LIVE* Special Guests - 7 - 12am
At 5pm, Charles Mudede offers a new talk: “The Birth of the Bad Check”, keying off Martin Luther King’s legendary reference to the “bad check” that the 1963 March on Washington for Jobs & Freedom set out to collect from a deadbeat America. Tonight’s is the first of a series of talks that Charles will be offering in Seattle and Berlin over the next several weeks. See below for more details.
Following Mr. Mudede’s presentation (and your penetrating questions), Chef M. Washington provides a delectable six-course light supper.
As the evening commingles with savory comestibles, selektor Bob Catt will take command at the sonic console, conditioning the social context with his gentle mastery of ancient grooves. About 9pm one might expect a performance from surprise guests. (Or one might not, since it is a surprise.) Finally, OCnotes will take the late shift, piloting our rhapsodic soul craft from the ethereal to an earthly return.
Chile Peanut appetizers
Caper prawns with lime on baguette
Indian salmon in fillo
Lentil and roasted tomato soup
Dessert: Apple Tart
•M. Washington — whom many will recognize as a foundational contributor to the culture via Black Stax, Silent Lambs Project, Silas Sentinel and more — tonight offers another aspect of his creation and communality for your consumption: the art of joyful sustenance.
•OCnotes. The town’s musical compass. Those who ignore him are lost.
•Bob Catt. Ancient youth spirit on the come up. Temporal distortion specialist. Boogiedown bliss.
•Charles Mudede is a writer, filmmaker, and cultural critic.
He writes about film, books, music, crime, art, economics, and urban theory for The Stranger. He has made three films, two of which, Police Beat and Zoo, premiered at Sundance, and one, Zoo, was screened at Cannes. Mudede has written for the New York Times, Arcade Journal, Cinema Scope, The Village Voice, Radical Urban Theory, and C Theory. Mudede is also on the editorial board for the Black Scholar, which is based at the University of Washington, and between 1999 and 2005, lectured on post-colonial theory at Pacific Lutheran University. Mudede has lived in Seattle since 1989.
About The Inhabitant Sessions:
Disguised as a series of charming parties in a procession of bars, galleries and social spaces, fully realized The Inhabitant Sessions will comprise a survey of scientific reflections on power and nature, particularly as these contribute to form in human social organization and subjectivity.
These events will be streamed live and archived in the world wide web.
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11/4 SEATTLE @Sunday Supper - Vermillion - 5pm
12/15 SEATTLE @Sunday Supper - Vermillion - 5pm
Sunday Supper is a practice of Red Flag Ltd and its partners. Keep in touch with Sunday Supper and Chef M. Washington at RedFlagLimited@gmail.com