Change of venue due to weather.
The Ordnance, which is the building closest to the water behind the Community Center.
Parking is limited. For those who are able, please park at the Community Center and head to dinner on foot.
PICKLED, is the second in a series of four community dinners, hosted by Lighthouse Works and prepared in collaboration with artist and chef Leon Johnson. The dinner will feature a menu that highlights pickled foods. Guided by an interest in production, these dinners are part of a broader initiative at Lighthouse Work to realize ways that our kitchen can serve as a resource for both our fellows and the broader community of Fishers Island.
Dock Beach The Ordinance is free, 60 seats are available, and an RSVP is required. BYOB.
Please note: We will begin accepting RSVPs through our website on June 3, 2019.
Leon Johnson is an artist and chef based in Newburgh, NY. He designs and produces intermedia performances including dinner events, short films, and installations. His studio practice is focused on works on paper and the potential for the form of the book. He works collaboratively in multiple mediums, in the collective conjuring of sacral enclaves. Johnson’s work has been performed and exhibited internationally. He is a recipient of the Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant for Painting, Fellowships from Yaddo and the Bemis Center for Contemporary Art. He won the Ersted Award for Distinguished Teaching and the Williams Fellowship for Distinguished Interdisciplinary Teaching at the University of Oregon and was the 2014 Martha Daniel Newell Distinguished Scholar at Georgia College. Recent publishing includes a book edition by Luc Sante through LODGER Press, Sept 2018.