Second show added!

Due to popular demand, we have added a special matinee show. wendell-wes

An Afternoon with Wendell Berry
and Wes Jackson

 
SUNDAY MATINEE SOLD OUT
December 4 1 PM

STATESIDE AT THE PARAMOUNT
Join us for an unforgettable afternoon of conversation with two of the most influential architects of the sustainable food movement. American philosopher, poet, farmer and novelist Wendell Berry has been the inspiration for local food activists from Alice Waters to Michael Pollan for more than half a century. Wes Jackson is president of The Land Institute and is a widely recognized leader in the sustainable agriculture movement.

Tickets: $35 all seats, available at the Paramount Theatre Box Office, online or call 512-474-1221 beginning November 2 at 2 pm.

A headliner event of Edible Austin Eat Drink Local Week benefitting Sustainable Food Center and Urban Roots.

Special thanks to: Stateside at the Paramount, Austin Motel and Third Coast Activist

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SOLD OUT. An Evening with Wendell Berry and Wes Jackson
with special musical guest Eliza Gilkyson

SUNDAY, December 4 • 8 PM
STATESIDE AT THE PARAMOUNT
Join us for an unforgettable evening of conversation with two of the most influential architects of the sustainable food movement. 

VIP Reception: Meet Wes Jackson and Wendell Berry and enjoy locally sourced, seasonal tastings from Chef Jesse Griffiths (Dai Due), Chef Matthew Buchanan (Leaning Pear), Chef Joel Welch (Kerbey Lane Cafe) and Chef Jason Donoho (ASTI Trattoria and FINO Restaurant Patio and Bar), Texas Hill Country Wineries, Tipsy Texan and Paula’s Texas Spirits, Houndstooth Coffee and more during a special VIP reception before the show. $120. 6–7pm.

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