A Fun Unique Event to Support Art in the Alamo City

A Fun Unique Event


A Fun Unique Event that Supports the Art Institute of San Antonio’s Scholarship Fund



Come play, eat and be creative at a fun unique event on September 29th at The Art Institute of San Antonio.

Chef and instructor, Dave Terrazas, of The Art Institute of San Antonio is partnering up with friend and owner, Yuli Chang of Curator Coffee, who also happens to be a talented ceramicist.

A Fun Unique Event

The two will be hosting a very unique, one-night-only event on Thursday, September 29 at 6:30 pm at The Art Institute of San Antonio. Twenty guests (maximum) will enjoy a dinner of gourmet ramen (see menu below), a short presentation on garlic and ginger by Chef Dave and finally a fun, easy ceramic bowl making workshop presented by Yuli.


A Fun Unique Event


Guests will have the chance to get their hands in the clay to create their own bowls that they can save as a souvenir of the memorable evening. Please note, the bowls will need to be glazed, fired and picked up at a later date at Curator Coffee. Additionally, on the night of the event, Yuli will have some beautiful handmade wares available for purchase.


A Fun Unique Event


“Yuli and I recently met like kindred spirits, and we thought this would be something really fun for San Antonians to do. It’s perfect for friends, family or even a date night,” says Chef Dave.




A portion of the event’s proceeds will be shared with The Art Institute of San Antonio’s scholarship fund.





– Shoyu-style braised duck and pork belly ramen with udon

– Gingered pear & citrus tarts

– Assorted non-alcoholic beverages

Guests are also invited to BYOB.

($65 per person):  
About The Art Institute of San Antonio
The mission of The Art Institute of Houston and its branch campuses, The Art Institute of Austin, and The Art Institute of San Antonio, is to provide a quality, collaborative academic environment for individuals seeking creative careers through higher education. As a private, multi-campus college, their bachelor degrees, associate degrees, and diploma programs are competency based, incorporating traditional liberal arts, professional education, and management level competencies with hands-on instruction. Faculty use learning centered methodology to prepare students for entry-level positions in the design, media, fashion, and culinary arts fields as well as lifelong learning.
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The Art Institute of San Antonio

10000 Interstate 10, Suite 200, San Antonio, Texas 78230

About Curator Coffee


They curate freshly roasted coffee beans from a variety of San Antonio coffee roasters. Each bean they curate in the shop has been through their cupping process to ensure the best brewing method is provided to their customers. In addition, they provide 4 coffee brewing methods and two type of coffee filters for you to choose from to produce the exact cup of coffee that will satisfy your taste buds.



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