Chef Bianca Azupardo presents inspired seasonal menus that showcase locally-sourced ingredients, complemented by stunning views of the city.
You're invited on a journey from the steamy kitchens of cooks who advocated light, flavourful cuisine centuries before our time to the dining rooms of connoisseurs who relished their meals served on newly-invented vessels. Be transported back to the 18th century through stunning objects, decadent recipes, amusing stories, and theatrical sets. Plan your visit to Savour: Food Culture in the Age of Enlightenment now!
On October 18, an all-star lineup of feminist chefs is cooking up a feast that steps off the well-trodden path of Canadian cuisine. The evening kicks off with a conversation between former line-cook-turned-journalist Ivy Knight, New York Times bestselling author Sheila Heti, and long-time Anothony Bourdain collaborator Laurie Woolever. Don't miss it!
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Toronto-based sculptor Nurielle Stern presents a response to the exhibition Ai Weiwei: Unbroken. Displayed in a case outside the entrance to the exhibition, these smaller-scale ceramic sculptures reflect on the grand scope of the themes of Ai Weiwei’s works by focusing on the intimacy of a daily studio practice.
About the Artist
Nurielle Stern is an emerging artist and a graduate of Alfred University’s renowned MFA program in Ceramic Art (New York, USA). Her works are saturated with texture and vibrant glazes, giving them a hyper-real quality. Stern makes tangible a fictional world of her own imagining creating things that are at once strange and familiar.
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