Taller Atsuko AraiCULINARY DREAM
Family workshop
Course taught by Atsuko Arai i Oriol Sala

Saturdays 14th and 21st December
From 10 to 12 am
Bar Restaurant l'Atlàntida (Francesc Maria Masferrer, 4 Vic)

Somni Culinari (Culinary Dream) consists of 5 to 10 years old children dreaming up imaginary dishes, and turning them into dishes you can eat. A workshop by artist Atsuko Arai, in collaboration with chef Oriol Sala.

Participants will create imaginary dishes from craft-work and recycled materials, and then cook them using edible ingredients.

At the same time, the professional chef Oriol Sala will help participants, and will then offer his own interpretation of some of the imaginary dishes. In this way, the process of turning an imaginary work into an edible one may be followed, and finally tasted.

What do dreams taste like?

Food is a fundamental aspect of life, and cooking brings people together. Food nourishes our bodies and art feeds our spirits. The project attempts to highlight the relationship between the two.

This project has been developed in different locations from creativity workshops aimed at families.

This project began as part of "The Garden and the Arts" programme at Experimentem amb l'Art  in 2012 in Barcelona, with the collaboration of professional cook Xabi Bonilla.

The workshops continued at the Museo de Bellas Artes in Bilbao, with the collaboration of professional cook Aytor Basabe at the food workshops. In January 2013, the project was exhibited at Oya Art Village - Big Labo in Japan, with the collaboration of Emiko Uegak and Mieko Uegaki, two women familiar with the traditional cuisine of the area.

Registration form

To register for the workshop, this form must be filled out before 10th December 2013.
Places are limited and will be allocated according to order of registration.
The registration fee is € 6.00 per child, including materials and products to make the dishes. Accompanying adults free.
The fee must be paid in advance at the offices of ACVic Centre d'Arts Contemporànies. From Tuesday to Saturday 11.00 am to 1.00 pm and from 4.00 pm to 8.00 pm.

For full information, contact  ACVic Centre d'Arts Contemporànies - This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. - This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. - 93 885 37 04
Carrer Sant Francesc, 1, 08500 Vic

Images from the workshop in Atlantida Restaurant, 14.12.2013

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