Future Mountains: Art Dinner with Hans and Marianne Sundquist, Botanical Private Dining Room

Date Apr 27 2024
Time 6:30-10:30PM
Cost: $196 all inclusive

Join us for a special evening celebrating the work of Hans and Marianne Sundquist, visual and culinary artists from Santa Fe, NM.


Dinner will begin with a welcome drink and a conversation with Hans and Marianne about how their two disciplines, visual art and cooking, influence each other and play off of each other's strengths. Following the discussion will be a multi-course collaboration dinner inspired by Hans' art, artisan ingredients from their company, Stokli, and prepared by Chef Sundquist and the Granor Kitchen Team.

Presented as part of Art Attack 2024.

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Hans Sundquist, also known as “Future Mountains”, is an artist and designer based in Santa Fe, NM. His work is down-to-earth and often playful, blending basic forms and symbols that resemble found fragments of a larger narrative.

Born in St. Paul, MN, Hans spent his childhood summers in Sawyer, MI exploring the creeks, dunes, and woods collecting Crinoid fossils and adventures along the way. Hans received an MFA in painting and drawing from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 2007. In 2008, he co-founded Julius Caesar, an independent artist collective and gallery in Chicago, and co-directed it for 6 years. Hans has lived in St. Paul, Chicago, New York, and San Diego. He lives in New Mexico with his wife, 2 boys, and dog splitting time as a graphic designer and artist.


Marianne Sundquist is a chef and writer living in Santa Fe, New Mexico. She holds a B.A. in Creative Writing from Hope College and a Grand Diploma in Culinary Arts from The French Culinary Institute in New York. Her food writing has appeared in New Mexico Magazine and she has written a weekly column for The Santa Fe New Mexican for two hundred weeks in a row and counting. In 2020, she co-founded Stokli, an online shop celebrating nourishing goods from the high desert. She loves cooking for events and clients when she finds a bit of extra time.

I have been enthralled with cooking and food since I was a kid hiding under the kitchen table at my aunt’s house on Long Island, watching her put the finishing touches on Christmas dinner. I have always felt a pull to the physical act of cooking, and the transformative utility of something that happens every day, all over the world. When I write for home cooks. I am right there exploring and learning with them. And when I am cooking in Santa Fe or anywhere else, I let seasons take the lead. Not only does this make deciding what to cook easy, it's a constant opportunity to participate in wherever it is we call home. Participating is like voting. It's a privilege, right, and also a responsibility. This is a part of living in a community. It's also a continuous chance to celebrate, a steady marking of time and small things— when the quiet of winter sets in and a pot of soup lasts most of the week, when the lavender blooms, when the apricots have survived the last freeze, at the end of summer when the whole town permeates with the scent of fire-roasted corn and chiles.

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Getting to Granor Farm

Farm Store & Farm
3480 Warren Woods Road
Three Oaks, MI 49128

Greenhouse & School House
3520 Warren Woods Road
Three Oaks, MI 49128


Downtown Three Oaks: Three Oaks Rd. (north) to Warren Woods Rd.

St. Joseph & Chicago: I-94 Exit 6 (Union Pier)

New Buffalo: Red Arrow Highway (north) to Warren Woods Rd.

Niles: Highway 12 West to Pardee Rd. to Warren Woods Rd.

We are located 7 miles east of Red Arrow Highway or 3 miles north of Highway 12 on Warren Woods Road, between Log Cabin Road and Pardee Road.

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There’s a bunch of great reasons to visit the farm all year round, from our annual Seedling Sale, to visiting the Farm Store, to participating in our CSA or Farm Camp programs. Join us on Fridays and Saturdays for dinner in our state of the art Greenhouse!

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