Live via Zoom:
Monday, November 1, 7:30 PM ET
Julia Sherman presents Arty Parties
In conversation with Hannah Goldfield
Greenlight welcomes artist Julia Sherman, creator of Salad for President, to celebrate Arty Parties—a cookbook-art book hybrid that offers an artist’s approach to hospitality and culinary experimentation. As we emerge from this year of isolation eager to connect and gather, Sherman offers unconventional, inspirational guidance for post-pandemic entertaining. Featuring contributions from artists Tom Sachs, Jordan Casteel, and Hugh Hayden, recipes such as Slow-Roasted Lamb Tacos and Citrus Pinwheels with Dukkah and Dates, and ideas like a make-your-own-onigiri gathering and repurposing stale bread as a candelabra centerpiece, Arty Parties is a celebration of the most irreverent, perfectly-imperfect parties and the bold artists and creatives who cook them up. Sherman is joined by Hannah Goldfield, food critic for The New Yorker, for a delectable conversation and audience Q&A!
In her follow-up cookbook to Salad for President, cook, writer, and artist Julia Sherman shows us how to apply an artist’s touch to our own home gatherings.
Utterly unique and beautifully designed, Arty Parties is a guide to creating meaningful experiences that nourish both the host and their guests in body, mind, and soul.
The creator of the immensely popular Salad for President blog presents a visually rich collection of more than 75 salad recipes, with contributions and interviews by artists/creative professionals like William Wegman, Tauba Auerbach, Laurie Anderson, and Alice Waters.