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We’re excited to present our first-ever public art opening at The Icehouse in downtown Phoenix. The Icehouse has endured as one of the most recognizable and iconic art spaces in our city, and we’re honored to work with the team at Dialog (with a slight assist from Miki Garcia, Director at the ASU Art Museum) to organize a collaborative show featuring paintings from Aaron Allen Marner and ceramic artworks from Susan Beiner that explore the ways in which our cravings for sustenance and connection are intertwined.
Marner’s paintings are bold and expressive, featuring vibrant colors and bold forms that evoke the emotional intensity of our cravings for belonging, love and touch, while Beiner’s ceramic work bridges the grounded materiality of clay with forms that reflect the rhythms of bodies and nature, and expose concern about the conflict that has arisen between the natural world and culture.
Guests have the option to add an exclusive dinner experience with a special private reception, which will take place in the open-air cathedral room adjacent to The Icehouse gallery and feature a thoughtfully constructed, four-course meal by Cloth & Flame chef Whitney Jacobs.
To expand on the themes explored in the show, interactive art will be woven into the dining experience, designed to deepen guests' understanding and connection to the work. The dinner will offer a unique opportunity to engage with the artists more directly, as well as time to have a more intimate experience with the art itself.
Both the public opening and the dinner will feature mesmerizing sounds from electronic violinist Kimberly Weston played with and over a vinyl DJ set from Recordbar Radio.
The show is free to attend, and the first 200 RSVPs to the free public opening will receive a complimentary drink ticket. Additional drinks are available for purchase, with proceeds supporting Phoenix Pride, a nonprofit organization that supports and empowers the local LGBTQ+ community and its allies.
Please make your selection using the pull-down menu above:
Show Only w/ drink ticket: 7 to 10 p.m. - Free (limited to first 200 RSVPs)
Show Only: 7 to 10 p.m. - Free
Dinner + Show: 6 p.m. After dinner, guests are invited to join the show already in progress. - $195
May 13, 2023
Full details to be shared with guests prior to the event
"7 Elements" - Tito's Handmade Vodka - house made raspberry syrup - yuzu - basil - sparkling fresh berries - floral blooms
compressed watermelon - creme fraiche - lime - chili
sourdough - chevre - grilled peach - balsamic reduction - basil
milk bread - whipped saffron butter - blood orange marmalade - floral sea salt
AZ citrus - chicory - pistachio granola - medjool date - citrus vinaigrette
mesquite grilled beef tenderloin - blackberry gastrique - Danish bleu cheese whipped potato - sunflower sprout
wildflower honey cake - Earl Grey chantilly - lavender cookie crumb
Menu subject to change
IMPORTANT TO KNOW Please share dietary requests in the NOTE section upon checkout. No substitutions allowed. We are happy to accommodate food allergies, religious restrictions, vegan, vegetarian and pescatarian lifestyles. Our chef team will created curated adjustments to the set menu as necessary.
TICKET PRICE IS PER PERSON If you'd like to be seated with another party that is not part of your reservation, please include the group's name in the NOTE section when checking out.
For gift purchases, please include the name and email (or address if you would prefer a physical certificate) of the recipient.
* Due to the nature of our experiences, we are not able to refund canceled seats. All seats are transferable! So, if life happens and you're unable to make it, please just email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with the new guest's information.
ALL GUESTS MUST BE 21+