Session 1: The Future of Speciality Coffee
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an ongoing talk series making sense of the world.
Food Media: Where Do We Go From Here?
The future of print journalism is an uncertain one. And as we navigate fickle advertising budgets, an increasing consumer interest in video and digital content, and a responsibility to engage in more meaningful conversations around political and social issues that impact those both in and out of the kitchen, we ask the question: what’s next for food media?
In partnership with Food Book Fair and Ace Hotel, we are joined by Juan Devis, Chief Creative Officer at KCETLink and Executive Producer of The Migrant Kitchen; Evan Kleiman, author, James Beard Award winner, and radio host of KCRW’s Good Food; and Claudia Wu, Co-founder and Creative Director of Cherry Bombe Magazine to discuss the new world of food media, from printed pages to audio and digital. Moderated by Life & Thyme’s Founder and Editor-in-Chief, Antonio Diaz.
Event is free to attend but seats are limited, so be sure to RSVP quickly!
Learn. Engage. Caffeinate.
RSVP Soon! Seats are limited. Free event.
March 2, 2018
10AM — 11:45AM
Ace Hotel DTLA
929 S Broadway
Los Angeles, CA 90015
As Chief Creative Officer, Juan Devis is responsible for the oversight of all production and editorial output from long-form episodes to short-form digital series. His role in developing strategic partnerships with funders, organizations and independent production houses ensures a new slate of content for both KCET in Southern California and Link TV nationwide. Devis develops creative strategies that define KCETLink’s editorial and artistic vision. He also spearheads the stations’ arts and culture initiatives and produces the Emmy® award winning Artbound as well as current series that include Lost LA, The Migrant Kitchen and Studio A among others.
Evan Kleiman is a true culinary multitasker. Chef, author, radio host, restaurateur and sought after speaker, she has been called "the fairy Godmother of the LA food scene" for her central role in bringing a community of food people together through her radio show, Good Food. As host of Good Food on KCRW since 1997, Evan has interviewed more than 6000 guests ranging from celebrated chefs to local farmers, enabling her to explore every aspect of food and how it intersects with human life.
Claudia Wu is the co-founder and creative director of Cherry Bombe, and runs a creative consulting and design studio. Previously, she was art director at V and Visionaire magazines, design director at Index Magazine, and founded and published Me Magazine.
Over Coffee is an ongoing talk series making sense of the world—with coffee. Each month we invite a panel of experts to discuss topics and ideas centered around food, hospitality, creativity and social issues in order to better understand the things that matter most to our community.