Carriageworks presents The Warakirri Dining Experience, an intimate evening of First Nations food coupled with after-hours exhibition access. Guests are...
Carriageworks Presents: The Warakirri Dining Experience
245 Wilson Street
Carriageworks presents The Warakirri Dining Experience, an intimate evening of First Nations food coupled with after-hours exhibition access. Guests are invited to enjoy this culinary event showcasing 60,000 years of culture through a guided dining experience, entertainment, music and storytelling.
Renowned Chef and Founder of Indigiearth, Sharon Winsor, will create a 5-course menu that celebrates First Nations ingredients sourced on Gadigal Land. As a Ngemba Weilwan woman from Western NSW, Sharon has a deep passion for combining her culinary training with an unparalleled knowledge of Aboriginal food. Throughout the evening, Sharon will share her knowledge of Aboriginal culture and food, and her expertise in fusing modern techniques with traditional methods. Each course will be paired with carefully selected Australian wines and guests will hear from a leading Australian winemaker about the flavours and tasting notes that complement the dining experience. Guests will experience a ceremonial welcome and traditional performance.
Guests will also have exclusive after-hours access to The National 4 exhibition, featuring eleven new commissions by Australian artists.
Best suited for those aged 16 years and over.
Dietary requirements can be catered for, please advise upon booking.
Carriageworks is the largest and most significant contemporary multi-arts centre of its kind in Australia. The Carriageworks First Nations and Artistic Program provides significant support to Australian and international artists through commissioning and presenting contemporary work. Reflecting the diverse communities of urban Sydney, Carriageworks' Program is ambitious and inclusive.