Art & Wine After Dark
An Art-Inspired Wine Adventure
Art and wine have long made the perfect pairing, celebrating creative expression from from field and kitchen to studio and museum. Elevate your experience of Mia with an evening of art and wine after-hours in the galleries.
The evening includes a private, curator-led walkthrough of the exhibition and wine tasting with acclaimed sommelier Bill Summerville. Guests enjoy curated wine selections, small bites from Paris Dining Club, and a lively discussion inspired by the exhibition theme.
Your purchase supports the museum’s mission.
Register by calling (612) 870-3000 or reserve online.
Upcoming Dates and Themes
Tuesday, October 10, 2023 – 1,000 Years of Spain
Tuesday, November 14, 2023 – Another Look
Tuesday, December 12, 2023 – Another Look
The Culinary Team
About Chef Jamie Malone & Paris Dining Club
Paris Dining Club (PDC) is a dining club in Minneapolis by James Beard nominated Chef Jamie Malone. You can find Malone at her North Loop Paris Dining Club Studio hosting events and creating new experiences for people who love food. PDC also makes dinner parties and date nights at home easy and beautiful.
Malone has gained national attention and earned a place as a semifinalist for the James Beard Award for “Rising Star Chef” for 2013 and “Best Chef Midwest” for 2014, 2015, 2018, and 2019. In 2013, Malone was named one of Food and Wine magazine’s “Best New Chefs.” In 2017, Malone opened her first restaurant, Grand Café, and the following year, it was a semifinalist for the James Beard Award for “Best New Restaurant” and was also named Food and Wine magazine’s “Best New Restaurant.” That year, Malone was also awarded Food and Wine magazine’s “Dish of the Year.” Malone has written for Esquire’s “Eat Like a Man” blog and been featured in many magazines including GQ, Saveur, and Elle. In 2014 she won Cooking Light’s “Trail Blazer Award” for her work with sustainable seafood.
About Bill Summerville
Bill Summerville has been an influential force in shaping the Twin Cities restaurant scene, plying his trademark style of charm and brashness at such notable restaurants as D’Amico Cucina, La Belle Vie, and Spoon and Stable. During his tenure as partner and front man of La Belle Vie, he was a three-time semifinalist for the James Beard Award for “Outstanding Wine Program” and a semifinalist for “Best Service.” A year on the Tuscan Coast traveling to far-flung wine regions had a major impact on his Euro-centric palate. He doesn’t make wine lists as much as he creates collections of wine he really wants you to drink, to take a chance on. The Boston-born Summerville blames his mother for his career in food and wine. She loved food and she knew how to make it taste good. Her gravy was legendary.