INTERCHANGE

ART + DINNER SERIES 2019

Join the Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit for the Sixth Annual Interchange Art + Dinner Series, our summer fundraiser. Detroit’s most avid art collectors and supporters open their homes and spaces for a range of exclusive evenings combining food, drink, and art to create truly unique experiences.

Each Interchange Dinner combines a curated selection of food, cocktails, art, and entertainment to create highly distinct experiences and memories – in the spirit of connecting the local Detroit art community. Be exposed to dynamic networks of philanthropic individuals and culturalists whose support plays a vital role in the success of the Museum.

This summer we’re excited to offer six dinners in spectacular locations in Detroit featuring innovative architecture, renowned chefs, and outstanding art collections. This array of unique and diverse events will unite like-minded members of the community to benefit MOCAD and the ever-thriving creativity in the city of Detroit.

Please follow the links below to reserve your tickets now for these limited capacity events. Tickets are available on a first come first served basis.

FOR MORE INFORMATION:
Call 313.832.6622
Email interchange@mocadetroit.org

Your ticket purchase is an investment in Detroit. Proceeds from the Interchange Art + Dinner Series aid in funding MOCAD’s commitment to the presentation of forward thinking art and cultural events.
*Tickets are non-refundable; please consider your ticket purchase a contribution to MOCAD, a 501(c)(3) non profit organization. Events are rain or shine. If you can no longer attend and wish to allow someone else to use your ticket, send a note to interchange@mocadetroit.org to let us know.

ART + DINNER SERIES 2019

PHILIP KAFKA
DETROIT, MI
TUE, JUNE 4, 7PM

$200 per person, 45 guests
Attire: Simply Chic

Eventbrite - MOCAD's 6th Annual Interchange Art + Dinner Series Summer Fundraiser

Chef Brad Greenhill, Philip Kafka, and the team from TAKOI, THE PANTRY, and the forthcoming MAGNET will create a phenomenal and artful meal. Featuring just three key ingredients, the meal will showcase Chef Brad’s ability to make magic with a simple palette. This seated dinner is in the spirit of MAGNET restaurant, set to open in June of 2019, which focuses on the essential elements of cooking and getting back to basics.

SHINOLA
DETROIT, MI
WED, JULY 10, 7PM

$350 per person, 45 guests
Attire: Bright Lights

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Join Shinola for a private evening of art and shopping, hosted by Shinola’s Creative Director Daniel Caudill.

At the event, you’ll have the opportunity to take a special tour of the eclectic contemporary art in Shinola Hotel. Enjoy hors d’oeuvres and cocktails from San Morello while browsing Shinola’s latest collection of watches, leather goods, and other products exclusively sold at the Woodward Store. Each purchase helps support MOCAD—a percentage of the sales on items purchased during the event will go directly to the Museum.

CHRISTOPHER BURCHAM
BLOOMFIELD HILLS, MI
THU, JULY 18, 7PM

$100 per person members
$175 per person non-members

40 guests
Attire: Modern Twist

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Be one of the first guests this summer to dine in the newly designed modernist home of architectural designer Christopher Burcham. At this strolling dinner, Chef Matt Tulpa will feature seasonal, modern American food with an emphasis on the creative use of organic vegetables and high-quality meat and fish. Move outdoors to drink delicious cocktails designed by Two James Spirits.

MEMBERS: To join or to access member pricing for the Christopher Burcham dinner please call 313.832.6622 or email membership@mocadetroit.org.

TERESE REYES
DETROIT, MI
THU, AUGUST 1, 7PM

$125 per person, 40 guests
Attire: Fab Flair

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Gallery Reyes | Finn hosts this strolling barbecue dinner in their new location in Detroit’s Corktown neighborhood. The gallery, designed by award-winning architect Dirk Denison, is housed in a 4,600-square-foot corner building originally constructed as a bank, with 14-foot ceilings, 10-foot windows, and crown plaster molding. On view will be new work by Detroit-based painter James Benjamin Franklin and interdisciplinary artist Marcellus Armstrong.

JENNIFER + BRIAN HERMELIN
BINGHAM FARMS, MI
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 28, 7PM

$200 per person, 40 guests
Attire: Dress for Success

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Take a master class in living with contemporary art in the stylish art-filled home of collectors Jennifer and Brian Hermelin. The historic country house, built in the 1850s by Bingham Farms namesake David Bingham, is the setting for an elegant seated dinner and a tour of a comprehensive collection that spans several mediums including photography, painting, sculpture, and video.

DERRICK MAY
MICHELLE + LINDEN NELSON, TROY, MI
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 7PM

$250 per person, 100 guests
Attire: Techno Evening

Eventbrite - MOCAD's 6th Annual Interchange Art + Dinner Series Summer Fundraiser

Hosts Derrick May and Michelle and Linden Nelson invite guests to view one of Michigan’s premier collections and experience the fiercest beats by one of techno’s founders and pioneers. Derrick May, a member of MOCAD’s Board of Directors, is a legendary Detroit techno musician who, in 1986, founded Transmat, one of the most important techno labels with a worldwide following. Michelle and Linden Nelson have passionately assembled a collection of cutting-edge artworks from Street Art to Pop to Photorealism, installed in a minimal, warehouse setting. This elegant dinner will be created by Detroit’s own master chef Shawn Loving and a team of acclaimed chefs.

LEADERSHIP

2019 INTERCHANGE HOST COMMITTEE

Christopher Burcham
Daniel Caudill + Shinola
Jennifer + Brian Hermelin
Philip Kafka
Derrick May
Michelle + Linden Nelson
Terese Reyes
Bridget Finn of Reyes | Finn

MOCAD BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Burton Aaron
Maggie Allesee
Kate Beebe
Dr. Charles Boyd
Chris Byrne
Christine Tobias Colman
Lynn Crawford
David DeMuth
Linda Dresner
Elle Elder
Leslie Lewiston Etterbeek
Dan Feld
Jennifer Fischer
Elyse Foltyn — Chair
Lynn Gandhi
Marc Gardner
Laura Hughes
Roz Jacobson
Philip Kafka
Danialle Karmanos
Derrick May
Marsha Miro — Founder, Founding Director + President
jessica Care moore
Marisa Murillo
Carmen N’Namdi
Kristin Nicholson
Stuart Parr
Keith Pomeroy — Treasurer
Linda Powers — Secretary
Terry Rakolta
Terese Reyes
Teckla Rhoads
Sandy Seligman
Cate Strumbos
Shelley Tauber
Alexander Taubman