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Feast on History creates food and wine experiences for museums, non-profits, foundations and historic houses that connect people to the heart and soul of a mission. Our innovative events engage ...

Feast on History creates food and wine experiences for museums, non-profits, foundations and historic houses that connect people to the heart and soul of a mission. Our innovative events engage millenials with experiences that are interactive, social, exclusive and meaningful. We manage the logistics from concept to clean-up and open the door for your development officers to important conversations with the people who will sustain the future of your institution. History leaps off the pages and onto your plate. Visit feastonhistory.com or email danielle@feastonhistory.com.

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Feast on History: Immersive food and wine experiences that engage all five senses. Feast on History: Immersive food and wine experiences that engage all five senses. Presentation Transcript

  • ™ on Immersive food & wine experiences that engage all five senses
  • Though your mission may be rooted in preserving the past, you need innovative events to engage new audiences, members and donors.
  • We create interactive, social, exclusive and meaningful events that connect members and donors to the heart and soul of your mission.
  • Interactive We believe in the universal experience of gathering people at the table for food, wine and meaningful conversation.
  • We work with talented chefs who tell rich, multi-layered stories with food and wine.
  • Social People want to connect and share with a like-minded network. Our events weave content and conversation and open a portal for deeper engagement with your institution.
  • ExclusiveWe find unique venues or engage your space for a one-of-a-kind immersive event. Our events have taken place in: -A Gilded Age townhouse -A secret underground crypt -Historic mansions -Private chef’s kitchen -A house in the Italian countryside
  • Meaningful Our events reveal connections between the past and present and inspire potential donors to co-create the future.
  • Millenials want to make a difference and change the world. By creating an emotional connection to your mission, you demonstrate how supporting the everyday functions of your museum, foundation or non-profit indeed makes a huge difference.
  • Danielle Oteri founded Feast on History to directly address the shifting cultural landscape and keep people engaged with museums.
  • Our team includes art historians, chefs, sommeliers, event planners, social media strategists, marketing experts and designers.
  • Feast on History manages the logistics of your entire event, from conception to clean-up. We open the door for your development officers to build relationships and have important conversations with the people who will sustain the future of your mission.
  • With thoughtful research and strategy, we create an unforgettable bespoke experience.
  • History leaps off the pages and onto your plate.
  • Relationships are strengthened and a new future for your mission is created.
  • To learn how we can help you connect your donors and members to the heart and soul of your mission, visit: www.feastonhistory.com Or send an email danielle@feastonhistory.com