For San Diego friends of Edible Arts, I will be giving a public talk next Tuesday, February 26, sponsored by the San Diego Philosophy Forum.
The talk is entitled “The Aesthetics of Food: Can Tuna Casserole Be a Work of Art”. This lecture is open to the public, and the talk is not at all technical. No prior knowledge of philosophy is necessary so join us if you have time.
Here is the announcement:
Tuesday, February 26, 2013
6:00 PM to 8:00 PM
North University Community Branch Library
8820 Judicial Drive, San Diego
This free event, open to the public, will take place, Tuesday, February 26 at the North University Public Library: 8820 Judicial Dr. (near the 805 highway’s Nobel Exit); Lib. ph. (858) 581-9637. The branch is hidden in a large recessed recreation area. Look for Research Drive and the Illumina Complex – the entrance is opposite that, if I remember correctly. The meeting room is immediately to the right past the front entrance (near the restrooms).
Bring your own casserole, or other food to contemplate, if desired. Light refreshments also available. More information, if any, will be posted, as available, to SDPhil.org. and/or Meetup.com. Call (619) 341-4278 for details