Dinner on the 4th Floor
Food by Shawn Adler and the Powwow Café Featuring a Talk by Reagan Kennedy
March 30, 2019 from 5:45 PM to 9:00 PM
Join us on March 30th at The Robert McLaughlin Gallery for a one-of-a-kind culinary experience in Durham Region, followed by an illuminating discussion regarding the Indigenous voice in museums and art galleries.
Working out of his Kensington Market based Powwow Café, Shawn Adler’s talents include a variety of Anishinaabe and Indigenous modes of cooking, however, he is probably best known for his incredible Ojibway (or ‘Indian’) tacos. A staple at powwows across the country, Ojibway tacos consist of fry bread topped with meats and vegetables. Shawn’s take on this Indigenous fare is always unique, and always among the best in the province.
Following dinner, guests are invited to hear from Reagan Kennedy, a contributor to the exhibition “Whose Home and Native Land” (on exhibition until June 23rd). Reagan will speak about Indigenous relationships to galleries and museums in Canada, and encourage visitors to engage with the exhibition through an Indigenous lens.
Please view the menu here
Ticket price includes three-course dinner (appetizer, taco, dessert, and non-alcoholic drink) and admission to the talk; wine and beer cash bar will also be available during dinner.
Please purchase a ticket and register for this exciting new event using the form below!
*Tickets must be purchased in advance online