Art, Dining, and Conversation
Since its inception, The Power Plant has helped propel artists to new heights. Case in point: Christian Marclay’s The Clock exhibited at The Power Plant back in 2012 and, after touring all over the world, made its debut at the Tate Modern in London last year. Artists such as Julia Dault have had their first solo exhibitions at Power Plant and soon after had their work acquired by museums including the Guggenheim, MoMA, and the Walker Art Center.
March 5th marks Power Plant’s annual fundraiser and 30th birthday celebration. An evening of entertainment and conversation, the evening begins with a panel featuring celebrated American artist Rashid Johnson, who is currently developing a site-specific work for Power Plant. Not only is this a great cause, it’s an opportunity to converse with artists and cultural producers for an intimate and memorable dining experience.