Breakfast Mix: An Edgy Long Table

Free; reservations required

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A festival tradition: Observe and/or converse with “edgy” artists on how Canadian and American economic/political contexts influence creative practices and production, as you assess who makes the best bagel: Montreal or New York?

The Long Table is a public forum that is a hybrid performance installation/roundtable/discussion/dinner party designed to facilitate dialogue through the gathering together of people with common interests. Developed by Lois Weaver, the Long Table is designed to question ingrained institutional boundaries, while providing a democratic forum for intimate exchange. Anyone seated at the table is a guest performer. An unlimited number of observers may gather around the table. To participate, take an empty seat at the table, or if the table is full, request a seat.

This event is hosted by the Quebec Cultural Services in New York.