|This year’s honoree is Bill Warrell, artist, founder of District Curators and creator of the famed DC Space.
It’s here, the artistic culinary event you’ve been waiting for! Showcasing the talents of local area chefs and artists, Cuisine des Artistes is a
dinner happening. In this rare union, gastronomical, visual, theatrical and literary artists join forces to create a feast for the senses featuring the most
delicious edible art. With entertainment by performing artists, design by visual artists, and food created by culinary artists, Cuisine des Artistes is more
than an event, it’s a phenomenon.
Don’t be late, as you won’t want to miss a single minute of the cocktail hour featuring artist-produced appetizers, presented by the artists
themselves in the serene garden of the fantastic Meridian House. A delectable main course of artist-chef team creations unfolds in the main ballroom and as
you savor the delicacies you’ll be introduced to Bill Warrell, the third honoree to receive the Herb White Award. The short ceremony will be followed
by artistic desserts and coffee. Featuring eclectic entertainment including poetry, musical and performing artists, Cuisine des Artistes is always
highlight of the season and a terrific way to usher in the spring. Visit the event page on Facebook
For over 20 years the District of Columbia Arts Center has been dedicated to supporting emerging and underserved artists. Today, the arts center is one of the only grassroots, artist run, non-profit organizations available to artists looking to break into the mainstream The 800 square foot gallery and 50 seat theatre in the heart of Adams Morgan provides a professional venue for visual and performing artists, poets, musicians, dancers, and more. And as artists have come to depend on DCAC as a hub of artistic activity, the community has come to associate DCAC with outstanding and original artistic expression