Resources accompanying both Food Futures events can be found below:
→ Spinoff staff writer Charlotte Murur-Lanning (Ngāti Maniapoto, Waikato Tainui, Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei) writes her weekly newsletter The Boil Up, which you can subscribe to and read the previous newsletters here.
→ Support Matua Murupaenga (Ngāti Kurī, Ngāti Kahu) and Imogen Weir (Ngāi Tahu)’s natural wine label, Tawhiti. Their first wine Awatea, a chardonnay pét-nat available for pre-order now (it’s delicious!) for more info read Charlotte’s article here or go to their Instagram to order @tawhiti.wines
→ Artist Chris Berthelsen runs, Making Friends which is an on-going multi-layered public project throughout Aotearoa and Japan which experiments with public/private space, trust and hope, and making-do with resources at hand. Follow him on Instagram to keep up with this project and his work @tojishakenkyu.of.c.berthelsen
→ Adam Ben- Dror runs Local Making with Xin Cheng which is an invitation for open-source making, joyful playing, inquisitive thinking and resourceful living in an interconnected world. More details here.
Adam is also a facilitator of Compost Collective which teaches free composting workshops across locations in Tāmaki Makaurau.
Keep up with Adam’s artistic practice on his website or Instagram
→ Rebecca Swan is the co-founder of Growing Point, a research education and innovation hub where they grow soil, food and community, from their base at Dignan St Community garden in Point Chevalier. To volunteer or find out more go to their Facebook page.
Keep up with Rebecca’s artistic practice on her website
→ EcoMatters Environment Trust support communities with knowledge and tools to restore nature, grow food, reduce waste, ride and fix bikes, and live more sustainably. They also run workshops and provide opportunities for hands-on environmental action in Auckland.
→ Curator Felixe Laing is always interested in food and how it intersects with art and contemporary issues. Follow her on Instagram or look at her previous projects as part of Chez Derriere during her time as Te Tuhi’s curatorial intern at Parnell Project Space.
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