Cheryl Paswater, Chief Fermentationist and CEO of Contraband Ferments, came to the Charles B. Wang Center on Oct. 4 to host the workshop “How to Make Homemade Miso.” Miso, a traditional Japanese product, is created through fermentation, a process that alters the microbial makeup of the food and offers unique health benefits.
This year, the Art Crawl started at the Simons Center for Geometry and Physics. Nestled in a corner of campus, the building is home to the Simon Center Gallery, where the exhibit “Art of Science” is on display.
Stony Brook University’s Mattoo Center for India Studies hosted a discussion on legal ethics between former U.S. Attorney, Preet Bharara and SBU Senior Managing Counsel, Susan Blum, in the Charles B. Wang Center on Friday night.
Jaime Sunwoo, an American-Korean artist and playwright, came to the Charles B. Wang Center this past Wednesday to discuss the important history and dishes of the canned meat, SPAM, throughout time in the Asia-Pacific.
“Sufi Songs of Love by Amir Vahab” transported the audience to the ancient Middle East and gave them a glimpse of the foundations of the culture. The audience was reminded through beautiful poetry, music and song, that we are all one.
Let studio art majors paint some walls or put up some sculptures in otherwise bland areas. It’d be cheap and easy to put up a few murals — definitely less costly to finance than a full-blown “Far Beyond” program.