You are invited to join the third cohort of N.A.W. for a culinary experience, exploring how food marks cultural identity in the city. Highlighting food as a key cultural amenity and tool for social justice, whether through space to dine or to harness production, the event will shed light on practitioners dedicated to advocating for this cause and encourage conversation around the spatial dimension of food, migration, culture and production.
Melissa Haniff is an architectural designer at RESOLVE, an interdisciplinary design collective addressing social challenges. She currently leads on two Ealing based projects in Northolt and Acton, prioritising practices of working with and for communities, co-creating spaces and participatory programmes whilst employing different material processes to realise designs.
Jonathan Nunn is a food and city writer based in South London. His writing can be found in The Guardian, Prospect, Taste and Tribune, and his maps of diaspora restaurants can be found in Eater London. He is also the editor of Vittles, a newsletter dedicated to publishing new food writing from writers in the UK and around the world.
Rachel Dring is the founding director of Crop Drop, Haringey’s local veg box scheme. She’s also a director of the Wolves Lane Consortium, who are transforming an ex-council plant nursery in North London into a community food hub. Prior to starting Crop Drop, Rachel was a plant-based chef, dabbled in food writing and had an early career as a youth arts producer.
Wednesday 07 July 2021, 19:00
Oasis Farm Waterloo, 18 Carlisle Lane, London, SE1 7LG
Limited seats are available here. Tickets cost £21.79 which includes a shared meal and drinks.