The Watermill Center presents its annual Artists’ Table brunch series, featuring Bridgehampton restauranter and chef Jason Weiner and Greek choreographer Katerina Andreou on Saturday, April 29, at noon.
Artists’ Table invites the community to an intimate presentation by The Watermill Center’s Artists-in-Residence, followed by a farm-to-table meal from East End chefs and wine pairings by Wölffer Estate Vineyard on The Center’s scenic campus.
Chef Jason Weiner boasts extensive experience at many of the country’s top kitchens. Since 2001, he has served as executive chef and proprietor of Almond restaurant, which opened its first location in Bridgehampton in 2001 and a Florida outpost in Palm Beach in 2019. Weiner also owns and operates L&W Market, which opened in 2018, that offers prepared foods straight from Almond’s kitchen, take-out items, dry goods, local produce and Almond’s own product line, #kimchijews.
Born in Athens and based in France, Andreou graduated from the Law School-University of Athens and the State School of Dance in Athens. She attended the program ESSAIS in CNDC d’Angers and holds a master’s degree of Paris 8 in research and choreography. As a dancer, she collaborated with DD Dorvillier, Lenio Kaklea, Bryan Campbell, Dinis Machado, Emmanuelle Huynh, and Ana Rita Teodoro.
In her work, she is interested in developing states of presence sorting out from a constant negotiation between contrasted tasks, fictions, and universes, often questioning the relation to ideas such as authority and autonomy, communication, and censorship.
Andreou is a recipient of the Baroness Nina von Maltzahn Fellowship for the Performing Arts at The Watermill Center.
Tickets start at $100. Visit Eventbrite.