The Curry Project

Cook Together. Eat Together

The Curry Project is an edible art experience presented in the form of a traditional vegetarian South Indian Thali, served on a banana leaf.
All guests will participate in the interactive element of making a pot of curry before sitting down on the floor to a banana leaf plate filled with dishes made from locally community vegetables.

We will explore the history of the curry and its evolution through the centuries, how it shapes the lives of the cultures that it spices through the rituals of kitchen and curry making. Treasured recipes carried across oceans, guarded in palaces and scenting memories through time.

Showcasing the social power of food to divide or bring together people as well the lines of healing between what we consume and how we consume. In how food has become a marker of religious and social identity, with various taboos and preferences. We aim to connect consumption, food history, sustainability and social cohesion across cultures and generations.

Vegetables will be sourced from community gardens and local urban farms in partnership with Foodscape Collective.

Tickets : $15 (+1.50 Peatix fee) includes a full vegetarian banana leaf rice dinner.

Make Food, Eat Free Tickets: Potluck element: Home cooks can bring in their heritage dishes to be a part of the Thali spread and get a complimentary seat for them and a guest. Please share your dish details with us in advance and ensure you bring enough for 20 portions. Can be inspired by any culture or be a completely innovative creation, vegetarian or otherwise.

2 seatings : 7 pm and 8.30pm

Come ready to sit on the floor and eat with your hands xx

As this is a communal activity, we would like to keep it old school and work with volunteers and contributors, please drop us a message at curryprojectsg@gmail.com.

Home Brew Bar and Open Mic DJ : 9pm onwards. Free.
Substation 3rd Floor Lounge:
Make your own kombucha or beer or coffee? Bring your brew to share or sell.
Set the soundtrack for the evening and connect your playlist to our speaker. Max 20 mins per person.

A collaboration between Brunch Bandits x Post-Museum x Foodscape Collective.

Part of Survey: Space, Sharing, Haunting .

Event Timeline
  • The event description was updated. Diff 2016-09-08 08:19:55
Fri Sep 23, 2016
7:00 PM - 10:00 PM SGT
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Make Food, Eat Free
Curry Favour 7pm $16.50
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