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Wednesday, January 18, 7pm
Italy: Off The Beaten Path with Michael McCaulley and Jared Cannon of Tria
Think you’ve seen (and tasted) it all when it comes to Italy? Think again! While Italy is arguably the world’s most beloved food and wine culture, there’s plenty of nooks and crannies to be explored further, and who better to give us the tour than the folks at Tria? Tria is one of Center City’s best spots to learn about wine and beer at their Fermentation School and Wine Room. Join Tria’s Wine Director/Partner Michael McCaulley and Executive Chef Jared Cannon for a trip down Italy’s path less traveled with a wine pairing menu including Ricotta Bruschetta with Prosciutto Wrapped Gorgonzola Stuffed Fig (paired with Vermouth di torinno Cocktail, Antica Casa Scarpa, Piedmont, Italy); Grilled Calamari, Frisée, Gigante Beans, Tomato Relish, Calabrian Chili Oil and Lemon Vinaigrette (paired with Grillo Bianco “TamÍ,” Arianna Occhipinti, 2014, Sicily, Italy); 1732 Meats Wagyu Beef Bresaola, Baby Arugula, Moliterno al Tartufo Pecorino, Fig Balsamic Vinegar and Olive Oil di Montalcino (paired with Rosso di Valtellina “Nebbiolo,” ., 2014, Lombardy, Italy); Testaroli al Pesto, Italian Sausage and Parmigiano Cravero (paired with a surprise “Orange Wine”); Lamb Sottocino, Shaved Fulvi Pecorino Romano, Castle Valley Mill Stone Ground Polenta (paired with Sagrantino di Montefalco, Colpetrone, 2009, Umbria, Italy); Flourless Chocolate Torta, Blackberries, Espresso Custard, Coffee Crumb, Saba and La Tur and Blu de Moncenisio Cheeses, Fig Jam, Raisin Crisps (paired with Sparkling Brachetto d’Acqui “Pineto,” Marenco, 2015, Piedmont, Italy); and a digestivo of Barolo Chinato, Rivetto, NV, Piedmont, Italy.

Alone or through collaborations, he has has confronted this approach with more established artistic fields like music, dance, architecture, literature or cinema, of which he revisits the codes. As theoretician, speaker and editor of the portal, Antoine Schmitt explores the field of programmed art.  His work has received several awards in international festivals : transmediale (Berlin, second prize 2007, honorary 2001), Ars Electronica (Linz, second prize 2009), UNESCO International Festival of Video-Dance (Paris, first prize online 2002), Digital Turku (Turku, FI, honorary, 2011), Vida (Madrid, honorary 2002), CYNETart (Dresden, honorary 2004), [email protected] (Athens, first prize 1999), Interférences (Belfort, first prize 2000), machinista 2003 (Russia), and has been exhibited among others at the Centre Georges Pompidou (Paris, 2002, 2004, 2006, 2010, 2011), at Musée des Arts Décoratifs (Paris, 2009), at Sonar (Barcelona, 2002, 2004, 2005), at Ars Electronica (Linz, 2003, 2009), at the CAC of Sienna (Italy, 2004), at the Musée d’Art Contemporain de Lyon (France, 1997), in Nuits Blanches (Paris 2004, 2008, Amiens 2007, Metz 2009, Bruxelles et Madrid 2010). His work is part of the collections of the Espace Gantner (Bourogne, FR), of the Digitalarti fund (Paris, FR), of the Cube (Issy-Mx, FR) and of the Paris Municipal Contemporary Art Fund (FMAC).  Antoine Schmitt is represented by Galerie Charlot.

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