Happy Hour! A Talk and Performance Inspired by the Art of the Cocktail at Dallas Museum of Art
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Ever wanted to learn more about craft cocktails, but didn't know where to begin? Here's the place. The Dallas Museum of Art regularly hosts expert panels about a variety of subjects, and because its current exhibition focuses on the history of mixology, you can expect knowledge to sip on. Cocktail historian and author David Wondrich will partake in a Q&A to answer all of your burning questions about spirits. And, yes, there will be drinks.
Past performances include ARTsong (2004), Secrets of the Sky and Sea (2005), Shakespeare Unplugged (2006), generation m: modern masters from the mid-century to the moment (2007), Blithe Spirits (2008), Vocal Colors (2009), and Fashioned Forward (2012)
6:15–7:00 p.m., Founders Room: Enjoy a cocktail and a talk/Q&A with David Wondrich, one of the world’s foremost authorities on cocktails and their history, Esquire’s long-time Cocktail Correspondent, and one of the founders of the current craft cocktail movement. The author of Imbibe! serves up a lively, historically informed, and definitive guide to American cocktails, complete with over 100 recipes. The first edition won a James Beard Award. Tickets for this pre-event experience are $20 and cover the cost of one drink; space is limited.