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Glass House Events: Dine with Design, June 9 + Conversations in Context, May 17

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Conversations in Context, May 17, 2012   

Kenneth Frampton and Mark Wigley

Kenneth Frampton + Mark Wigley

kick off Conversations in Context 2012 at the Glass House next Thursday evening May 17, leading a dialogue and reception on the property from 5:30-8:00pm. Join us for the first program of 2012 and return throughout the season for opportunities to engage with new ideas from leaders in architecture and design at the Glass House.

Dine with Design: A culinary event

to benefit the Glass House

Saturday, June 9, 2012
Modern Picnic 12:00 – 3:00pm
The Food Film Festival™ 6:30 – 9:30pm

Dine with DesignAt the Dine with Design Modern Picnic, guests will sample savory dishes prepared by six award-winning chefs and ten talented artisans while exploring the buildings, grounds and art collections located on the 49-acre Glass House site.

Featured chefs of Dine with Design include: Chef Tim LaBant of The Schoolhouse at Cannondale, Chef Tony Maws of Craigie on Main + James Beard Foundation 2011 Best Chef: Northeast, Chef Jeremy McMillan of The Farmhouse Restaurant at The Bedford Post Inn, Chef Missy Robbins of A Voce Madison and Columbus + Food & Wine’s Best New Chefs 2010, Chef Gabriel Rucker of Le Pigeon + James Beard Foundation 2011 Rising Star Chef of the Year, and Chef Ana Sortun of Oleana + James Beard Foundation 2005 Best Chef: Northeast.

The Food Film Festival™ will make its first appearance outside of NYC and Chicago at the Glass House on the evening of June 9 at Dine with Design. The event features hors d’oeuvres provided by Artisan Executive Chef Frederic Kieffer followed by a multi-course sampling while viewing eight short films.

BUY TICKETS: Modern Picnic $250, The Food Film Festival™ $100, VIP full day pass $300

“The Philip Johnson Glass House has perfected the art of the modern picnic.”
Town & Country

“If you go to both [Dine with Design and The Food Film Festival]…you might follow the advice found on the Talking Heads album “‘More Songs About Buildings and Food'”: “‘Stay hungry, stay hungry, stay hungry.'”
T: New York Times Magazine

To learn more about the Philip Johnson Glass House visit

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