Painter Ian Davis speaks about his work at a Mac ’n’ Cheese event in New York City.
Mac ’n’ Cheese
Mac ’n’ Cheese is a subscription series of salon-style events that pairs readings, talks, and musical performances with specially selected wine and cheeses. This small, select program gives subscribers intimate access to the creative process and introduces them to some of the leading artists at work today. Exchanges between artists and audience echo the spirit of the informal studio presentations that Fellows share at the Colony. This series helps to raise funds to support the artist residency program at MacDowell.
MacDowell’s third season of Boston Mac ’n’ Cheese kicked off on May 9th with compelling presentations by composer David Rakowski and writer Elizabeth Graver. On October 17th, writers Joan Wickersham and Jessica Stern will read from their latest work. Both evenings are hosted by MacDowell supporters in their Beacon Hill homes.
New York City
The New York program has been temporarily suspended and will be relaunched in a different format soon. Stay tuned for more details.
Subscriptions to Mac ’n’ Cheese are offered on a first-come, first-served basis. Because of the special nature of these events, there are no refunds or cancellations. To learn more about Mac ’n’ Cheese and its featured artists, please contact Dean Klingler at 212-535-9690 or via .