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A piece from a recent Janelle Dunlap installation about gentrification.

A piece from a recent Janelle Dunlap installation about gentrification.

Art, Food, Gentrification CL Recommends

When: Thu., Nov. 30, 4-8 p.m. 2017
Price: $50

Serving up a novel look at gentrification through the prism of food, Open House: Art, Food & Conversations about Gentrification — a performance art collaboration between social justice artist Janelle Dunlap and Chef Greg Collier of the Yolk Cafe of Rock Hill, South Carolina — involves reframing the way we view traditional African-American cuisine. Dunlap and Collier aim to change the soul food narrative, and you can take part in their delicious experiment.

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