by Chamidae Ford
Local chef, Kristi Brown, founder of That Brown Girl Cooks! and co-owner of COMMUNION Restaurant & Bar, has partnered with the Frye Art Museum to create a flavorful meal inspired by their summer exhibit, Black Refractions: Highlights from The Studio Museum in Harlem.
As the name implies, the collection hails from The Studio Museum in Harlem. Founded in the tumultuous year of 1968, The Studio represented a space for Black artists to express themselves and work in a supportive and collaborative environment. Made up from pieces by over 80 artists, Black Refractions features work from the 1920s to the present and displays the wide range of styles and talents of Black creators.Continue reading Local Chef Kristi Brown and the Frye Team Up for a Black Art Inspired Meal