Invitation to Dutch Treat Dinner / Ball Signing – June 11 -Â Please Join Us!
Please join us for aâ‚¬Â¦
DUTCH TREAT DINNER / BASEBALL SIGNING
Monday, June 11 @ 7pm
IZALCO SALVADORIAN CUISINE
300 W. 5th Street
Downtown Santa Ana, CA 92701(SW corner of 5th and Broadway)
Artist/Athlete Adam MoserÂ is the current Grand CentralÂ Art Center Social Practice artist in residence. Â Moser willÂ realize his lifelong dream of playing in the big leaguesÂ by trying out for Major League Baseball (MLB), and hasÂ invited members of our community to join his team.
We invite you to join us and the team for a Ball SigningÂ and Dutch TreatÂ Dinner on June 11. Â The first 50Â people will receive an autographed baseball, signedÂ by the entire team.
More details on Moser’s project and residencyÂ can be found on theÂ GCAC blog:
Car Parking on 3rd Street (structure @ Sycamore)
Additional Structures @ 4th St. & Spurgeon and 3rd St. & Birch St.
Surface Lot @ 3rd St. & Bush St.
ARTIST IN RESIDENCE IN SOCIAL PRACTICE:
More details on the Grand Central Art CenterÂ Forward Vision and Artist in ResidenceÂ program can be found on the GCACÂ blog:
ABOUT DUTCH TREAT DINNER:
DUTCH TREAT DINNERÂ is an opportunity to build newÂ connections, reconnect with those you know and developÂ a strongerÂ community of creative individuals. Â Unlike a gala or formal dinner event, DTD has no set menu,Â ticket price or seating arrangement – you order straight fromÂ the standard menu, attend for free and sit with those you wish. Â Individuals attending are responsible for their own dinner bill,Â hence the nameÂ DUTCH TREAT DINNER.
There is no pressure -Â you eat and drink what you orderÂ and can afford.
HISTORY OF DUTCH TREAT DINNER:
Dutch Treat Dinner was conceived originally in 1999Â by John D. Spiak and artist Cyndi Coon in Tempe, Arizona. Â The dinners have taken place at random locations andÂ random times ever since.
Please send me an email RSVP with number ofÂ individuals planning to attend Dutch Treat Dinner with you. Â This will allow us a count to provide Izalco in advance,Â so they can be best prepared for our arrival.
Thanks and look forward to seeing you at theÂ Dutch Treat Dinner!
The Cut-Off Men film can now be viewed online at:Â http://grandcentralartcenter.wordpress.com/2012/07/02/the-cut-off-men-filmdocumentary-now-online-for-viewing/