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This year's family program will demonstrate that creating films about food isn't only for adults. Reel Kids, which provides workshops and camps for creative exploration by kids in acting and film-making, will provide short food films created by their students. After watching films that kids like them have made, audience members will have the opportunity to participate in a film-making workshop with Reel Kids faculty and teen leaders.
The workshop will include a friendly film exercise and food that they can use as subjects and bring home. Participants should bring a cell phone.
This program is open to kids of all ages. No charge but registration is required.Find out more »
Join us for the first lecture of our new lecture series, which addresses the #MeToo movement in the restaurant industry. Sexism, inequality in management and leadership, and sexual assault and harassment frequently occur in the male-dominated restaurant industry. The #MeToo movement has been an opportunity to address this situation. Restaurant industry insiders Beth Gruitch, a partner in the Crafted Concepts restaurant group, and Sara Brito, Co-Founder of the Good Food Media Network and publisher of the Good Food 100 Restaurants™, will share their insights on this topic.Find out more »
Four local visual artists agreed to create art inspired by Tazzeka. We will exhibit their work before the Tazzeka screening.Find out more »
Small Bites: Short Films for Food People is a program of short films that will include our Colorado Student Film Contest winning films, several other captivating short films, and El Jardin, an episode in the Emmy Award-winning The Migrant Kitchen series from KCET that profiles visiting speaker Chef Claudette Zepeda.Find out more »
Chef Claudette Zepeda will share her insights on how Mexican food cultures are interwoven with food cultures throughout the world.Find out more »
Featuring a Mexican feast with an assortment of bites of regional Mexican food, a film about Diana Kennedy (often called the Julia Child of Mexico), and an interview of Top Chef Denver competitor and James Beard semi-finalist Chef Claudette Zepeda, formerly of San Diego restaurant El Jardin, by former Eater Denver editor Andra Zeppelin, our tribute to Diana Kennedy is a must-see about a culinary legend.Find out more »
Join us for a late-night celebration of culinary legend Diana Kennedy and her substantial contribution to our culinary culture. Come lift a glass to Diana Kennedy’s extensive research into Mexican regional cuisines and the nine cookbooks that she wrote about it. While this is a free event, registration is required.Find out more »
Tim Brod of Highland Honey will speak about how to attract native pollinators like bumble bees and squash bees to the home garden and farm to increase fecundity and pollinate plants that require pollinators other than honey bees. He will also explain how to maintain and sustain those pollinators. A Q&A session will follow the talk.Find out more »
Members of organizations and businesses dedicated to the well-being of pollinators will provide information on pollinators, their mission, and the work that they are doing on behalf of pollinators. Participating nonprofits and business include the City of Boulder’s Boulder Pollinator Garden Project, Highland Honey, Growing Gardens, and People and Pollinators Action Network.Find out more »