The award winning public speaking forum at Cliveden’s Carriage House brings regional and national guest speakers, poets, educators, and historians to ignite conversation in our diverse community for an intellectual and often emotional discussion on race, history, and memory in Philadelphia.
Beginning in 2015 with support from The Pew Center for Arts & Heritage for the Living Kitchens at Cliveden planning process, the Cliveden Conversations expanded to include the Kitchen Conversations, which include a light meal related to the topic prepared by local chefs or restaurants.
Cliveden Conversations are free and open to the public. Reservations are encouraged and appreciated but not required. Donations are accepted.
For Kitchen Conversations, reservations are required.
Dates for our Spring 2018 Cliveden Conversations series are available!
*Space is limited and reservations are required.*
Cliveden Conversation: The Cooking Gene featuring recent James Beard award-winner, Michael Twitty
Friday, June 8, 2018 ~ 7 PM in the Carriage House
Tickets are available but they’re selling quickly–purchase yours today!