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We Are City launches with 'A Matter of Taste'

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  • IUPUI executive chef Nate Jackson leads a discussion in the Nourish Cafe following a We Are City screening.
The first documentary airing at The Toby at the IMA, as part of the We Are City series, was screened on Thursday night.

The documentary was called A Matter of Taste, a fascinating film that followed the ups and downs of a New York City chef.

Afterward, a panel was convened for conversation, including co-presenter Michael Kaufmann of the Health and Hospital Corporation of Indiana and special guests Becky Hostetter of Duos mobile kitchen, Cynthia Wilson of Kountry Kitchen and Neal Brown of The Libertine and Pizzology.

After this lively conversation, "action tables" were formed in Nourish Cafe at the IMA, courtesy of We Are City co-presenter Anne Laker of the IMA.

Attendees listened and mingled for well over an hour talking about food from a social justice and city-identity point of view.

Next event is a bicycle documentary, On My Own Two Wheels, in March.

With My Own Two Wheels Trailer from Jacob SB on Vimeo.

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