part ii:
coffee & chocolate

Who handled these porcelain coffee cups on a daily basis? A look at 18th-century coffee practices and their echoes in the present-day specialty coffee scene.




Additional Resources:

“Making Chocolate in the 18th Century”
George Washington’s Mount Vernon


Kajette Solomon
Social Equity and Inclusion (SEI) Program Specialist at the RISD Museum

John Onwuchekwa
Atlanta-based pastor, entrepreneur, author, and speaker. He currently serves as a pastor of Cornerstone Church, co-founder of Portrait Coffee, and co-director of the Crete Collective

Chris Roberts
Assistant professor of Theory and History of Art and Design at RISD

Pascale Rihouet
Senior Lecturer in History of Art and Visual Culture at RISD