No Passport Required: A Food and Film Event at the Anchorage Museum

Celebration of “foods from home” and the launch of Season 2 of the PBS foodie show, No Passport Required, come together to embrace the rich diversity of immigrant traditions. Attendees joined this culinary experience for the eyes and belly at the Anchorage Museum with hosts and partners, Alaska Public Media (AKPM) and Anchorage Community Land Trust ACLT).

The event offered attendees the opportunity to sample and celebrate an array of food tastings prepared by entrepreneurs from ACLT’s Set Up Shop program. A new episode from No Passport Required was be shown in the Museum’s theater two times. Attendees also rounded out the evening by exploring the What, Why, and How We Eat exhibition.

Food samples include Oaxacan Mexican tamales, Native American Fry Bread, Burmese rice pilaf, samosas, gumbo, cobbler, and products from the Fresh International Gardens (Refugee and Immigration Services – Catholic Social Services).

This event was free and open to the public at the Anchorage Museum.

Friday, January 3, 2020
Anchorage Museum in the Auditorium & Atrium
3625 C Street, Anchorage AK
6:30 p.m. – 8 p.m.

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