Porcelain handled forks made by Gibbs in England, 1750–1770. Powerhouse Collection. Photographed by Zan Wimberley

Powerhouse Late: Jane Sheldon & Culinary Archive Podcast launch

Duration: 5–9pm

Food and sound come together for Powerhouse Late: Jane Sheldon & Culinary Archive Podcast launch.

Jane Sheldon celebrates the ways we construct meaning from the rich world of reflecting surfaces and synchronous vibrations. Throughout the evening you’ll encounter work by Sydney-based artists Jane Sheldon, Mimi Kind, Bree van Reyk, Niki Johnson and Julia Davis activating an array of acoustical possibilities offered by the museum’s spaces.

Situating video works, sonic and visual sculptures and live performances alongside resonant objects from the Powerhouse collection with music by DJ Peter Hollo of FBi Radio’s Utility Fog this night invites you to explore what resonates with you.

Celebrate the launch of the Culinary Archive Podcast. Explore some of the ingredients in the Australian pantry – oysters, grain, brewer’s yeast, coffee, soy and tomatoes – and how they have played a part in scientific innovation and social history.

Enjoy specialty food stalls from AALIA, Maiz Mexican Street Food and BUSH Sydney alongside coffee, beer and tempeh tastings and a discussion about brewing with some of Sydney’s best craft beer brewers.

 

LISTENING EXPERIENCE

5–9 pm Listening room with Jane Sheldon’s new album

 

MUSIC

5–9 pm Drum solo by Niki Johnson

 

INSTALLATION

5–9 pm Timbals by Mimi Kind

 

SCREENINGS

5–9 pm To the Heart: A Calling, a video work made in collaboration with Julia Davis

Bree van Reyk presents evil pond and meth forest

 

DJ

5–9 pm Peter Hollo

 

CULINARY ARCHIVE PODCAST LAUNCH

5–9 pm Food stalls from local suppliers including AALIA, Maiz Mexican Street Food and BUSH Sydney.

Beer tastings with local brewers Wildflower

Coffee tasting led by Tinsae Elsdon, founder and roaster of Djebena Coffees in the Blue Mountains

Tempeh tasting with Ferments’ Lab

 

DISCUSSION

6.30 pm From plant to pint: Hear from some of Sydney’s best craft brewers about how they work and why they brew the way they do, with Karli Small (Grifter), Charlotte Richards (Heaps Normal) and Topher Boehm (Wildflower), hosted by Ayeesha Ash.

 

BAR

5–9 pm Bar by Grifter

 

FREE event as part of Powerhouse Late. No bookings required.

Read about the COVID Safe measures we’ve put in place to keep everyone safe when visiting the museum here.

Find accessibility information here or contact Bookings for access support on (02) 9217 0222 or via email book@maas.museum.

Tickets

Individuals: Free entry, no bookings required.

Schools and Groups: please follow this link to arrange your visit or submit a booking form. If you need further information please contact our bookings team on (02) 9217 0222.

Find more information here about the measures we’ve put in place to keep everyone safe.

 

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