The Eat Gallery Timeline:
AUGUST 2011: Awakenings, Inc. launched The Eat Gallery as a project intended to:
1) Equip innovative culinary artists who had the dreams, passion & products but not the space to grow their businesses,
2) Create an intersection for mavens in our city to cross-pollinate and develop partnerships, and
3) Care for and inspire Houston’s residents and visitors through loving customer service.
FEBRUARY 2012: The Houston Chronicle Featured The Culinary Artists from The Eat Gallery, illuminating their hard work to over 30,000 people!
SEPTEMBER 2012: The Eat Gallery introduced new culinary art & artists at Synesthesia, featuring performance artists, live culinary art exhibitions and The Free School of Thought.
NOVEMBER 2012: The Eat Gallery began a Food Art Residency at CoInside, a progressive co-working community in The Heights! Our collective of culinary artists grew their databases and deepened client relationships like never before.
DECEMBER 2012: The Eat Gallery Collective was honored by an excellent feature by Free Press Houston.
JANUARY 2013: Over the past year, the culinary artists featured at The Eat Gallery have exceeded their goals for the year! We are celebrating!
Now, it’s time to write grants, reflect & re-imagine for the next season of events! We are taking the time to work hard to develop the resources, relationships and design the 2013 calendar to bring Houston another year of inspiration, enrichment and fun!
We are so proud of our friends at Kickin’ Kombucha!
WHY DOES THE EAT GALLERY EXIST?
The Eat Gallery exists to nurture the careers of local chefs and bakers who have the skills, training and courage but not the capital to open their own restaurants and bakeries. Out of our restaurant, we incubate their dreams and hope to inspire the dreams of every customer.
WHAT IS THE EAT GALLERY?
A Culinary Art Gallery. A traditional art gallery curates art on walls; we curate art on plates and in cups
Culinary Artists Nurtured By The Eat Gallery:
What’s Next for The Eat Gallery?
We’re taking time to write grants, reflect and re-imagine for a new season of experiences in 2013! Stay connected!
The Eat Gallery In Free Press Houston
Synesthesia in Free Press Houston
The Eat Gallery in The Houston Chronicle
The Eat Gallery in The Houston Press
Green Seed Vegan & The Eat Gallery in The Houston Press
The Eat Gallery in 002Magazine
The Eat Gallery
P.O. Box 8409
Houston, TX 77004
Contact: Marlon Hall, General Manager