SEE Presents: An Evening with
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An Evening with Antoni Porowski
This event will be a moderated Q&A with Antoni Porowski from Queer Eye. He will talk about his work on the show, healthy college eating, and his life experiences. Following the moderated conversation, there will be a cooking demonstration and an audience Q&A.
Tuesday, February 26th, 2019
Grand Ballroom @ Stamp
Doors Open: 6:00 pm
Show Starts: 7:00 pm
Doors Close: 7:30 PM
Open to UMD Community with valid UID
Free tickets will be made available at the Stamp Ticket Office beginning Feb 12th at 12 PM
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Important Security Details
By purchasing this ticket, you are agreeing to the following policies. If you do not adhere to these policies you will NOT be granted access to the event. We appreciate your cooperation to have a fun and safe event!
Ticketing and Entry to the Show:
· To enter the event each person must present their own valid ticket.
· THIS EVENT IS ONLY FOR UMD COMMUNITY - STUDENTS, STAFF, FACULTY. Guests without an ID will not be granted entry. No exceptions
· “UMD Community” ticket holders must present a valid University of Maryland ID (student, faculty, and staff) along with a physical copy of their ticket.
- We will not accept an ELMS page
We will not accept pictures of tickets
All tickets will be scanned or collected by SEE staff at the door.
TICKET DOES NOT GUARANTEE ENTRY.
SEATS WILL BE FIRST COME FIRST SERVE.
There will be no refunds or exchanges of tickets purchased.
There is NO RE-ENTRY to the event
Bag Policy: NO bags larger than a 4.5 x 6.5 clutch or a clear bag will be allowed in the facility. We will not be providing a storage space.
Food & Beverage Policy: Food or beverages will be allowed in the venue.
If you have any further questions or clarification on any of the policies, call the Student Entertainment Events office at 301-314-8498.
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About Antoni Porowski
Antoni Porowski is the Queer Eye food & wine connoisseur. At a young age Antoni was bitten by the culinary bug spending countless hours in the kitchen watching his mother joyously cooking and bringing a world of culinary delights to life. He discovered the worlds of Julia Child, Jacque Pepin and Anthony Bourdain, and soon after began to teach himself how to cook. Self taught, Antoni put himself through University where he received a degree in psychology, but his love of food soon brought him back to the kitchen. He immediately went to work in restaurants from Montreal to New York City, continuing to hone his craft and finding his place in the culinary world.
In New York, Antoni met with the original Fab Five food and wine expert Ted Allen and began a mentorship which quickly turned into him becoming Ted’s personal chef. The relationship helped launch Antoni’s career and he became the personal chef to some of the upper echelons of New York and Brooklyn’s prominent citizens. The President of Barclays Stadium and the Chief Curator of MOMA are two of his biggest fans as is the founder of Tasting Table, who hired Antoni to host segments on the renowned cooking site. Those experiences and his degree in psychology influenced his underlying philosophy; food should tell a story and the heart and the stomach are inter-connected.