Continuing Education: Urban Harvest - Growing
This event has ended. It was scheduled for 9/25/2018.
5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Tuesdays Sept. 25, Oct. 2, Oct. 9Art Lab
Farmers across Alaska are using innovative techniques to grow produce in a Northern environment. Learn from urban farmers around the world who have made Alaska their home and who bring a wide variety of foods and flavors to this Northern climate. Cooking demonstrations incorporate flavors from across the globe with Alaska ingredients. Urban Harvest: Growing is a three-part series taking place Tuesdays, Sept. 25, Oct. 2, and Oct. 9 Registration required. $65 for 3 sessions or $25/ session. Scholarship opportunities available, email email@example.com or call 907-929-9212 to learn more.
Sept. 25 and Oct. 2 classes are filled; space is available in the Oct. 9 class.
Sept. 25 – Iraqi cuisine
Learn about the depth of flavor in Iraqi cuisine. Participants will create soup, vegetable fritters and flatbread and take home recipes and new combinations of flavors. Presented in Iraqi and English through support of Refuge Assistance and Immigration Services.
Oct. 2 – Somali food
Explore the aromatic, rich flavors of Somali food. Learn to make an oat soup, black-eye pea falafel and tamarind dipping sauce. Presented in Somali and English through support of Refuge Assistance and Immigration Services.
Oct. 9 – Pickling & Tamales
Join master farmer Ba-Lescas Brothers to learn pickling recipes for putting away the end of summer’s bounty, and perhaps a tamale recipe, too. Presented in Spanish and English. REGISTER
Continuing education (CE) courses at the Anchorage Museum connect attendees to museum resources, local experts, artists and designers, creative sector professionals and scholars passionate about different ways of thinking, seeing and experiencing. Whether curious about this time and place in the world, seeking a career in the creative economy, hoping to connect and network with professionals and creative thinkers, or are a student in search of innovative coursework, you’ll find opportunities to engage in imaginative and rigorous learning. Areas of study include Urban Harvest, Northern Perspectives, Profession + Practice and Fieldwork.