Events

Slow Food: Sustainable Chef Showcase

April 14/4-7 p.m./$20 general, $15 Slow Food and/or Nickelodeon members, $10 potluck bringers/711 Whaley

Slow Food Columbia proudly hosts Slow Food at Indie Grits to bring Columbia’’s sustainable food community together to celebrate the Slow Food motto of promoting Good, Clean and Fair foodways.

Each chef’s dish must feature at least one locally, sustainably produced major ingredient, and chefs really try to do outdo each other with innovation and quality. This fun, friendly party was a sold out success in 2011 and 2012, and it is sure to be a “don’t miss” event for foodies in 2013.

2013 Slow Food at Indie Grits Sustainable Chefs:

Chef Mike Davis, owner, Terra

Chef Tim Peters, Motor Supply Company Bistro

Chef Kristian Niemi, owner, Rosso Trattoria

Chef Benoit St. Jacques, Rosewood Market and Deli

Chef Alex Suaudom du Monde, owner, Baan Sawan Thai Bistro

Chef Blake Faries, Saluda’s

Chef Jessica Shillato, owner, Spotted Salamander Catering

Chef Brian Dukes, Blue Marlin

Chef Joseph Jacobson, The Oak Table

Sean McCrossin, Drip Coffee and Drip on Main

Chef Andrew White, Tombo Grille

Chef Scott Hall, Bone-In Artisan BBQ on Wheels and Scott Hall Catering

Joseph Stover, Whole Foods Market
Chef Corey Paul, Jake’s

 

Cinemovements

April 15/7 p.m. doors – 8p.m. show/$20 seated – $10 standing/320 Senate St.

Enjoy an evening of film and music with four newly commissioned silent films to accompany a live quartet from the SC Philharmonic.  The Quartet will play original music by SC Philharmonic concertmaster Mary Lee Taylor Kinosian.  Filmmakers for this year are Indie Grits alums Roger Beebe, Steve Daniels, David Montgomery, Gideon C. Kennedy & Marcus Rosentrater.

This event is presented by Indie Grits and the SC Philharmonic and made possible through a grant from the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences.

 

Kindie Grits:

Can You Canoe

April 13/Free

Kindie Grits, in partnership with Richland Library: Screening of “Can You Canoe,” a documentary about The Okee Dokee Brothers, a kid and family-friendly band with story telling from Connie Regan-Blake. 

Concert by The Okee Dokee Brothers

April 14/Free/Richland Library – Bostick Auditorium

Storytelling Through Film with Frank Baker

April 20/$10 per child

Have you ever wondered how movies get made?  Young people, ages 8-14, are invited to join nationally recognized media educator Frank W. Baker for the a special Kindie Grits edition. Baker will engage participants in ways that better help them appreciate how film works.