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Above:
  1. Credit: Belinda Locke, ‘Everyday Acts of Disobedience’. Photo: Jack Dixon-Gunn

  2. Credit: Studio Portrait of Aida Azin. Photo: Thomas McCammon

  3. Image: Jenny Barnes. Courtesy of the artist.

  4. Image: Lily Nie at Paperlily Studio. Courtesy of Emerging Writers’ Festival

  5. Credit: The Purple Shall Govern (2022). Photo: Jody Haines.

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  8. Credit: Silk screen printed textiles in the studio (2021). Photo: Kay Abude.

  9. Image: Marcus Whale - Possession. Photo: Rena Zheng.

  10. Image: Kathleen Gonzalez, Secretos de la Raiz (video still), 2022

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  12. Image: New North Foreign, Intimate Concert 4. Courtesy of New North

  13. Image: Radical Hospitality at Next Wave. Photo: Mae Hatrick (2022)

  14. Image: Here We Have It by Amrita Hepi, 2021, VCA Dance, Faculty of Fine Arts and Music, University of Melbourne. Image by Gregory Lorenzutti.

  15. Image: James McLean (photo credit James McLean)

  16. Image: Jacqui Shelton ‘Department of Lost Notes’ Anne Moffat (2022)

  17. Coil, Image: Lucy Parakhina (2022)

  18. Image: Coil. Photo: Rosie Hasties (2022)

  19. Image: install of Jacqui Shelton at Brunswick Mechanics. Courtesy of the artist.

  20. Image: Chik Chika Photo: Nick Mckinlay

  21. Image: Jacqui Shelton ‘Department of Lost Notes’ video- still 2022

  22. Image: Leisuretime I. Photo: Aaron Claringbold and Rebecca Mccauley (2022)

  23. Image: Magic Steven. Courtesy of the artists and Brunswick Music Festival.

  24. Image: Maria Moles. Photo: Nick Mckinlay

  25. Image: Brunswick Mechanics Institute. Photo: Anne Moffatt (2020)

  26. Image: Coil. Photo:Diana Domonkos


Radical Hospitality 1: We Eatin' Good + GRUEL

Thu 17 Mar
6.30-8.30pm
Brunswick Mechanics
This event is sold out - don’t stress, there are more events like this to come,
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The radical power of sharing food brings us together. Across tables we pass plates, share knowledge, stories and laughter.

You’re invited to converge, connect and spark new encounters with artists, thinkers, innovators, friends and neighbours in Moreland.

Wear a good shirt, bring your appetite and get set for some real old-school hospitality .

Minimum capacity. Maximum delicious.

For our very first iteration of Radical Hospitality we’re joined by our friends We Eatin’ Good! and GRUEL.

We Eatin’ Good! pictured is a collaborative food and cooking platform dedicated to amplifying young Queer, Black, Indigenous and People of Colour. Created by Matisse Laida, who works closely with Nisha Hunter, this platform engages with QPoC across the world and holds space for the community to share and consume a range of cooking practices, culture and knowledge in a safe and celebratory way. For Radical Hospitality, the We Eating Good team will be collaborating with GRUEL, a Naarm-based experimental supper club, fronted by Quincy Malesovas.

GRUEL is a Melbourne/Naarm-based experimental supper club. Our goal isn’t to be an alternative to conventional dining, but something that exists outside it and evolves with it. Rather than eschew the mundane, grotesque or confronting sides of food, we embrace them. We aim to foster social and cultural awareness through this medium and provide a platform for those with an alternative approach to hospitality.

Learn more about GRUEL.

Radical Hospitality 1 is presented as part of Countercurrents, a new public art commission supported by Next Wave and City of Moreland, through Arts Moreland.

Next Wave welcomes everyone to this event, our venue is 100% wheelchair and pram accessible. We are able to assist with any access requests you may have ahead of this event, that are not listed. For further enquiries about how Next Wave can support your access requirements, please contact our team on (03) 9387 3376 or email us at nextwave@nextwave.org.au

Above:
  1. Courtesy of GRUEL.

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  3. Saltwater. Photo: Sarah Walker