Join us for a day of delicious food-making and engaging conversations with Victoria-based artist Alexis Hogan. Through making food, eating, and storytelling, Hogan and participants will be exploring food as a site of connection, healing, harm or rupture.
The workshop is free, but registration is required as attendance is limited. If Eventbrite is not an accessible way of registration for you, please phone Regan Shrumm at 250-384-4171 x 220, or email at firstname.lastname@example.org to register.
Running from July to November, What Artists Bring to the Table is a food series exploring the artistic practices of cultivating and cooking food. The series central theme is how food is both a political act, as through eating we are supporting different systems, and a cultural act, which can both reaffirm one’s own identity, but also assist us to see other’s worldviews. Each event will feature two components: a hands-on workshop, where participants will work with the artist to make a food product, and a discussion, where participants will have a larger conversation about food while sampling the food from the workshop.
Oaklands Community Centre is on a ground-level floor, with no stairs throughout the building. There are four single-stall gender-neutral bathrooms, two of which are wheelchair accessible and one offering a baby change table. The Centre offers ample free street parking and is on the #4 bus route, with the closest stop being at Hillside and Gosworth. Bus tickets are available.
The Oaklands Community Centre sits on the unceded and traditional territory of the Lkwungen-speaking peoples, today known as the Songhees and Esquimalt Nations, and WSÁNEĆ Nation.
Visual description of image: A photo montage showing the process of making a mushroom alfredo pasta. An image to the left shows a stock of white, leafy mushrooms. The top right image depicts frying the mushrooms in a pan. The middle right image shows the creamy mushroom and cheese sauce. The bottom right image depicts the sauce on top of a bowl of pasta.