Enjoy an evening at the Powerhouse, curated by Native Foodways, a First Nations owned and led social enterprise working in collaboration with people from all communities across Australia to strengthen the native food system and First Nations’ food sovereignty.
Experience a diversity of voices in conversation about the urgent issues in the Indigenous food market and how First Nations peoples are tackling barriers to industry participation. With visuals exploring both the colonisation and decolonisation of First Nations’ food knowledge in the industry today. Dhungutti musician, Joey Lee Wagtail, will be performing a live set during the evening.
|5–9pm||Interactive native food stall by Native Foodways|
|6.45pm||Cory Grech presenting native foods and their uses|
|5.30pm||Establishing Ethical Native Food Relationships panel featuring Waminda and Winderong Farm curated by Native Foodways|
|7.30pm||The Colonisation and Decolonisation of Native Foods panel featuring Jacob Birch and Robynne Quiggin, curated by Native Foodways|
|5–9pm||The Story of Native Foodways|
|5–9pm||Questioning the historical record of native foods and the Powerhouse, featuring images from the collection|
LIVE MUSIC PERFORMANCE
|6.30pm||Joey Lee Wagtail|
|5–9pm||DJ Liam Searle|
|5–9pm||Bar by Grifter|
FREE event as part of Powerhouse Late. Registrations recommended.
Read about the COVID Safe measures we’ve put in place to keep everyone safe when visiting the museum here.
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|All Ages||Free||$0||Registration recommended|
Plan Your Experience
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