Thu, Jul 08 | House of Transformation

Under the sea

Eat & Arts Fest: Under the Sea will explore the tantalising flavours, colours and sounds of the Ocean.
Registration is Closed
Under the sea

Jul 08, 7:00 PM – 10:30 PM GMT+1
House of Transformation, Unit 4, 222 Kingsland Rd, London E2 8AX, UK

About

To invite people to dine with us is to make ourselves responsible for their well-being for as long as they are under our roofs - Jean Anthelme Brillat-Savarin

We invite you to join us Thursday the 8th of July for our first Eat & Arts Fest event! Hosted at the stunning House of Transformation  in Shoreditch, Eat & Arts Fest: Under the Sea will explore the tantalising flavours, colours and sounds of the Ocean. Inspired by The Serpentine Pavilion’s Radical Kitchen Project in 2018 (watch the video here), guests will be encouraged to learn about how to enjoy seafood in sustainable and cruelty-free ways through a diverse and creative homemade menu. Experience a bespoke soundtrack, especially designed by Brazilian DJ AmarAll which explores his own memories of the sea and make an interactive collaborative artwork alongside painter and performance artist Cara Mathia Brennan. Under the Sea will be donating 10% of all profits made from ticket sales and proceeds of the future sale of the Under the Sea  group art project to the The Ocean Clean Up . Tickets are set at £30 pounds to cover our costs, but we realise that Lockdown has put a lot of people in unfortunate circumstances, so if you can't afford the price, don't worry, just pop us an email here  and we are happy to offer a discount.  Due to government regulations spaces are limited to 20 people, so don't miss out, grab your ticket now!

Details:

Under the Sea 6:30pm – 10pm Unit 4, 222 Kingsland Rd, London E2 8AX Tickets: Click here Location: House of Transformation is a ‘re-imagining space’ dedicated to enhancing wellbeing, showcasing the arts and unleashing circularity and igniting lasting change in communities. Hoxton Overground Station (6 min walk) Haggerston Overground Station (6 min walk) * Please be aware that this is a bring your own booze event. A select amount of craft beer has been generously provided by our partner SUYAMAN, but we advise guests to bring their own drinks as supply is limited. Corkage will be available. Address: Unit 4, 222 Kingsland Rd, London E2 8AX

On the Menu:

* please let us know in advance if you are vegetarian/vegan

Scallops Cured with Salad   Seaweed Spicy Tofu (vegan/veg protein option)   Mussels Beer and Lard    Samphire Cassava Gnocchi   Coconut Dessert  Drinks Zobo & Kakao Ale A select amount of craft beer has been generously been provided by our partner SUYAMAN, but we advise guests to bring their own drinks as supply is limited. Corkage will be available.

Bios:

Eat & Arts Festival Eat & Arts Fest is a collaborative project that brings people together from all different artistic backgrounds. Created by Cooking New Stories founder, Daniela Paiva, abstract artist and performer, Cara Mathia Brennan and Brazilian DJ AmarAll, Eats & Arts Fest produces events for people to learn from each other at, share, connect and fill a little of the void we’ve all felt throughout isolation. We hear the music, smell the food and see and feel the art!

Cara Brennan

Cara is a Brighton based interdisciplinary artist whose practice merges music, painting and performance. Inspired by the likes of Kandinsky, Cara’s passion for vivid colour and abstract style allows her to express beautiful, yet powerful, messages through her work. Producing art both independently and with others, Cara’s creations have made their way to a number of acclaimed art exhibits, including Undercurrent Exhibition 2001, Brighton Fringe Festival 2003 and Brighton Open Houses 2019. Click here  to learn more.

AmarAll

AmarAll is a DJ from São Paulo, Brazil. He is a huge fan of the Tropicalia Movement and his work is influenced by Latin and Afro-Brazilian culture. He is based in London where he has played in prestigious venues such Ronnie Scott's, The Jazz Cafe, ICA, OXO Tower, Notting Hill Arts Club and at private dinners for MoMA, The Serpentine Gallery and MASP.

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