We Are City Film Series: A Matter of Taste

A Matter of Taste (2010, dir. Sally Rowe, 72 mins.) is a compelling film profile of a New York chef named Paul Liebrandt. The film follows him over the course of almost a decade as he defines his artistic culinary vision. A rare insight into the competitive, creative world of haute cuisine, this documentary charts Paul’s struggles in and out of the kitchen as he tries to realize his potential.

After the film, be part of a dialogue about Indianapolis’ food culture – how do chefs and restaurateurs contribute to our city’s quality of life? Hear a brief on-stage Q&A with players in the field, including, Neal Brown of The Libertine, Cynthia Wilson of Kountry Kitchen, and Becky Hostetter of Duos Indy. Then, reconvene in the IMA’s Nourish Café to take matters into your own hands at hosted “action tables.”

Film Trailer

We Are City is an ongoing program series highlighting ideas for making cities better places to live, presented by the Indianapolis Museum of Art and Wishard Health Services with support from Butler University Center for Urban Ecology, URBN DSGN, Big Car, The Platform, and Indiana Humanities.

Promotion support provided by NUVO.

Online ticketing for this event has been disabled as the event has already occurred or will occur this evening (please check date at top of page). If the event is tonight, tickets may still be purchased at the Welcome Desk at the IMA or by phone at 317-923-1331.
$5 - Public Ticket
$3 - Member Ticket
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