Future Supper is an opportunity for protected political education and consciousness-raising over good food. A casual gathering of folks from an array of backgrounds and practices, Future Supper operates on three key principles:
• The future relies on white people being versed in the practice of de-centering themselves.
• The future relies on Black, Indigenous, and Brown folks and other people of color being versed in the practice of joyfully giving to and receiving from one another, perpetually recentering each other as individuals and as a collective through shared resources.
• Through Black, Indigenous, and Brown folks' and other people of color's stewardship, the future is abundant. The center includes all of us (and more of us) on the basis of nothing more than our innate and glimmering potential.
Future Supper was brought to bare at Jessica Silverman Gallery and the San Jose Museum of Art in 2019, and the Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago in 2020.