Half-Term Cook, WED, 27/10/2021, 11:00 – 13:00

ARTification invite all local families to make some beautiful, exciting food using local ingredients this half-term!

Who are Artification?

The ARTification vision is to connect people and places through art. We make this happen by responding to local needs and developing our arts and cultural venues, with initiatives that bring communities together to catalyse change.  ARTification’s work is transformative, as we have witnessed that making and experiencing arts and culture transforms quality of life for individuals, communities and indeed neighbourhoods.  

ARTification develops new relationships, generates imaginative experiences and unites neighbourhoods and it’s people. We are building on our work programme in London and beyond, embedding our projects through our connecting locus. We build on our positive relationships and work closely with the other partners to make a success of the initiatives we undertake. ARTification animates and celebrates through the arts, enlivening areas across the generations utilising arts and enterprise, communities, creative industries and culture.

Whats happening in the session?

In this 2-hour session you will pick ingredients from the garden, make a starter and main course and eat together with other local families.

Join us at North Acton Pavilion and learn Syrian recipes during this friendly, sociable workshop led by Syrian chef and entrepreneur, Majeda Khouri.

““I am a chef and human rights activist and director of The Syrian Sunflower catering company. I believe that the food brings the people together for more humanitarian solidarity.”

Find out more about Majeda here.

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