You’re invited to Radical Hospitality: Submersible Supper Club
Radical Hospitality invites you to converge, connect and spark new encounters with artists, thinkers, innovators, friends and neighbours through the radical power of sharing. Founder of the Seaweed Appreciation Society international, artist and DIY marine biologist Lichen Kelp collaborates with Quincy Malesovas of experimental supper club, GRUEL, featuring a performance by Kelping (Lichen Kelp and Dylan Martorell).
Radical Hospitality: Submersible Supper Club is inspired by the sea, its vegetation and its surrounds – and builds on the conversations from To pitch a tent, to pull it back down – An offering of ideas as part of Next Wave’s TIDAL research commission, by Aaron Claringbold, Eliki Reade, Jack Mitchell, and Rebecca McCauley.
Stick around afterwards for the the opening of To pitch a tent, to pull it back down.
Fri 5 May
→ 6pm Radical Hospitality: Submersible Supper Club
→ 7pm Performance by Kelping (Lichen Kelp and Dylan Martorell)
→ 7.30pm Opening of Exhibition
→ 9pm Close
Norla Dome and Main Hall Mission to Seafarers, 717 Flinders St, Docklands VIC 3008
TIDAL & Radical Hospitality is supported by City of Melbourne, Mission to Seafarers & Centre for Projection Art.