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

14 July 2022, 5–9pm

Powerhouse Late presents a dark, dense, and wild sonic and visual journey for a special winter evening celebrating sound practitioners who play with live video mixing, projections, video art, and electronic music.

Powerhouse Late: Culinary

Duration: 5–9pm
Finished 23 June 2022
Powerhouse Museum

To celebrate the Australian Culinary Archive project at the Powerhouse, we look at food highlights Australia has to offer.

Sydney is known for its delicious variety of food and the Powerhouse is bringing you makers, creatives and chefs in this Powerhouse Late for exclusive demonstrations, workshops, tastings and experiences. 

Join us to hear about traditional culinary items such as scones and jam and learn about spices, native ingredients and newer alternative foods. 


6 pm Scone making with Mascot Evening Branch, Country Women’s Association of NSW
7 pm Jam making with Mascot Evening Branch, Country Women’s Association of NSW



6.30 pm Ian Hemphill (Herbie) from Herbie’s Spices and O Tama Carey from Lankan Filling Station will talk about and let you experiencthe world of herbs, spices and the contributions they make to the flavours and aromas of Sri Lankan cuisine.   



6.45–7.45 pm Pickling demonstration: pickle anything to avoid food waste with Alex Elliott Howrey, Cornersmith



7.30–8 pm Sina Klug from Nutie discusses the rise of alternative foods and offers some flavoursome samples 



5–9 pm A showcase of local plants and produce with Bush to Bowl
8–8.30pm Bush to Bowl discuss various uses of local plants



5–9 pm Display of Culinary delights from the Powerhouse collection curated by Powerhouse curator Anni Turnbull 



5–9 pm Featuring publications from Cornersmith, Herbie’s Spices, and Lankan Filling Station 



Curated by FBi Radio


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.

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