1033 College Street, Toronto ON
Talk by Claire M. Tallarico and Tonia Di Risio.
Dinner prepared by The Depanneur founder Len Senater.
Doors open at 6pm, talk starts at 7pm.
Claire and Tonia will talk about how food sharing and art making can be a powerful vehicle for community building. Alchemy explores the relationships between artistic practice and the growing, cooking and sharing of locally cultivated food in a community setting. Originally founded at Artscape Gibraltar Point on Toronto Island, Alchemy is now held each summer in Prince Edward County.
On the first Tuesday of every month, The Depanneur invites a local food personality to talk about something that interests them.
Celeriac, Leek & Potato Vichyssoise with toasted hazelnuts (#vegan)
Creamy yellow corn mamaliga (soft polenta, Romanian-style), served with roasted vegetable ratatouille (#vegan).
Sour cream, feta cheese and mititei (small, skinless Romanian sausages) served optionally alongside, as well as cucumber and dill salad.
An Alchemy-inspired dessert prepared by Tonia and shared with the tables, along with tea or coffee
Table Talks take place around the dinner table while Dep founder Len Senater prepares a dinner inspired by the topic of the day.
Vegetarian, vegan and/or gluten free options available.
Photo courtesy of Lynn Hubbs.
BENDING SPOONS GALLERY
3010 Dundas Street West, Toronto ON
Reception Thursday January 11, 2018
6pm - 8pm
Artists in attendance
Tonia Di Risio Toronto
Ilze Egle Latvia
Frida Foberg New York
Donna Greenstein King City
Lynn Hubbs Toronto
Deborah Margo Ottawa
Sarah Malekzadeh New York/Toronto
Ngoc Nguyen Vietnam
Sydney Pine Montreal
Piera Pugliese Toronto
Peggy Taylor Reid Caledon
Warren Sulatycky Toronto
Claire M. Tallarico Toronto
Vanessa Rotando Ottawa
All works are by past participants of Alchemy 2015, 2016 and 2017. Works include textile, painting, collage, printmaking, photography and installation.
Bending Spoons Gallery is located inside the Junction’s iconic Vesuvio Pizzeria and Spaghetti House.
Image by Peggy Taylor Reid, Flash Freeze_09_18_13-96, Chromira print mounted on diabond, 40" x 30", 2015 ed. 1/3.