Sydney MAD Monday: Resilience
This July, MAD will host the second Sydney MAD Monday.
Take part in an ongoing conversation about collaborations between cooks, servers, farmers and community leaders that contribute to more, a resilient future for climate, cities, businesses and diverse communities.
MAD Mondays is an evening talk series that convenes on the traditional day of rest for restaurants. Sydney MAD Mondays is a joint project of Carriageworks, MAD and Kylie Kwong, and brings together voices from across the Australian food community for talks on the role today’s restaurants play in taking care of the environment.
When: 16 July, 6pm for a 6.30pm start – 8.30pm
Update: Sold Out. If you didn’t manage to get a ticket, videos of all talks will be available online following the event. Thank you, everyone, for supporting MAD!
Lydia Miller, Executive Director of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Arts at the Australia Council for the Arts
Josh Niland, Owner and Chef at Saint Peter restaurant and Fish Butchery
Indira Naidoo, Journalist, Broadcaster, Author and Food Activist
The Reverend Graham Long, Emeritus CEO and Pastor of the Wayside Chapel
With moderator Caroline Baum, Journalist, Broadcaster and Author
Deep-fried pork buns and steamed Spencer Gulf prawn dumplings by Kylie Kwong of restaurant Billy Kwong — featuring lemon sorrel from Indira’s garden and Wayside Chapel rooftop garden honey and Rorippa
Derwent Valley string cheese with lovage seeds and new season olive oil by Ali Currey-Voumard of The Agrarian Kitchen
Finnish rye tacos with rice porridge, sour onions and egg butter by Pasi Petänen, formerly of Cafe Paci, now popping up all over Sydney
And wash it all down with:
MAD Snake, a special Two Metre Tall brew from Tasmania
BK Project Coda di Volpe 2016, a Billy Kwong and Cantina Giardino wine from Campania, Italy
MAD Shiraz 2018, a Billy Kwong and Jauma wine from the Adelaide Hills
About MAD Mondays
MAD Mondays is an evening talk series that convenes on the traditional day of rest for restaurants. Founded by Chef René Redzepi in Copenhagen, MAD – Danish for ‘food’ – is a not-for-profit organisation that assists and inspires the cooking community to make a difference in their restaurants and in the world.
Sydney MAD Mondays is a joint project of Carriageworks, MAD and Kylie Kwong, and brings together voices from across the Australian food community for talks on the role today’s restaurants play in taking care of the environment. In April, the first Sydney MAD Monday focused on Indigenous Foodways.
We limit tickets to a cosy crowd so that everyone in the audience can engage in the conversation. So please take a couple of minutes now to reserve your spot and to share the link with your staff and networks, as we will open tickets to the broader public on Tuesday.
Hope to see you there,
From the team at MAD, Carriageworks and Kylie Kwong.