Monday 4 November 2019 | 6:00 – 8:30pm
Elston Room, Carriageworks
As public interest in food grows, opportunities – and responsibilities – are emerging for cooks and eaters to lead the way in building a fair, healthy and sustainable world. How can we lead by example and push for bigger picture changes to the way we eat? What makes a good leader and where in food systems is effective leadership most urgently needed?
This MAD Monday will consider influence and explore the role of cooks and eaters in shaping the way we eat.
Each guest on our panel brings insights from their work and how they practice or conceive of leadership – including leadership on social and climate issues, Indigenous leadership, and leadership in the workplace. From a conceptual exploration of leading from within to how we take action on issues we care about, this MAD Monday asks us to think more deeply about how leadership is understood, and how it can be redefined in response to a rapidly changing world.
We’ll hear from:
Author, environmentalist, CEO of Environmental Leadership Australia and Board Director Farmers for Climate Action, Anna Rose
Head chef at Brisbane’s ARC Dining and Wine Bar, Alanna Sapwell
Zen Roshi and Insight Meditation teacher, Subhana Barzaghi
Directors of Yerrabingin (We walk together), an organisation leading Indigenous design thinking for collaborative solutions, Bundjalung man Clarence Slockee and Woiwurrung/Maneroo man Christian Hampson
With moderator Rebecca Huntley, social researcher, author and broadcaster
Curated by Kylie Kwong, snacks by O Tama Carey of Lankan Filling Station and Daniel Johnston of Don Peppino’s, and drinks by Two Metre Tall, Summertown Aristologist and Maidenii.
Price: $25 AUD (snacks and drinks included)
Tickets for the event can be found here.
About MAD Mondays
Convening on the traditional day of rest for restaurants, MAD Mondays is a regular conversation series that tackles the issues that matter most in food, inviting anyone interested in food and hospitality to gather, expand their thinking, and discuss issues of relevance.