Sarah Jane, Port Angeles Fine Arts Center director

Sarah Jane, Port Angeles Fine Arts Center director

Eat, talk, see art at Port Angeles Fine Arts Center

Event is the second in the center’s Dinner Talk series

PORT ANGELES — “Let’s Talk about Art,” the second in the Port Angeles Fine Arts Center Dinner Talk series, will combine an Indian-inspired meal with an equally flavorful discussion on Monday, said Sarah Jane, fine arts center gallery and program director.

The evening from 5 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. will feature vegetarian paneer curry over basmati rice accompanied by a turmeric cabbage slaw with halvah for dessert created by Port Angeles chef Scottie Sinclair.

Mike Middlestead of Port Angeles and Ramon Cerna of Moses Lake will discuss art.

Middlestead, a retired Coast Guard officer who took up ceramics five years ago, is an enthusiastic artist and art aficionado while Cerna has been exhibit installer at the Moses Lake Museum & Art Center for 17 years now.

The Webster House art gallery is the venue at the fine arts center at 1203 E. Lauridsen Blvd.

Tickets to “Let’s Talk about Art” are $40, including the catered dinner and a glass of beer or wine. Reservations can be made at after clicking on Exhibitions and Events.

The inaugural night of the Dinner Talk series was in January.

The center can also be reached at 360-457-3532; it’s open from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Thursdays through Sundays.

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