YOU ARE INVITED to PARTICIPATE IN OUR FIRST TABLE TALK EVENT:
Food Culture Through the Ages.
January 26, 7 pm
Hellmuth Nordwig, (Dipl., Dr. rer. nat.),
Science Journalist and Chemist
Anna Küfner, Curator and program director of the Contemporary Food Lab Academy, Berlin.
Inés lauber and Kit Schulte, Moderators
After a successful Kick-off event for Satellite's new module, we are starting with our first table talk* in January 2017. The topic for the first quarter of the year is Food Culture Through the Ages.
*Our table talks are a discussion series engaging the audience to not only listen but participate actively. Experts, moderators and audience are interacting sitting at one table, initiating a non-hierarchical and active conversation.
A good glass of wine and some bites to eat are of course part of the event to emphasize the communal aspect of food.
This event will take place at our cooperation partner DIDEROT, Raabestraße 1, 10405 Berlin
The event will be held in German.
Still from the movie "From White Gold to Guilty Pleasure – European Food Culture Through the Ages"
(Von Weissem Gold und Fetten Sünden), 3:11 min.
© Inés Lauber, Johanna Barnbeck.
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