Culinary Arts Series, hosted by Winning Appliances

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Winnings’ Culinary Arts Series
📷 Todd Q

A celebration of art and culinary innovation, over five consecutive weeks this August and September, Winning Appliances will showcase some of Australia’s most notable chefs from across the nation and their own unique perspectives on edible art. Otto’s Will Cowper, New Quarter’s Scott Lord and Ora’s Nobuyuki Ura form just some of the esteemed lineup. Joined by the connoisseurs of fine wine, Langton’s, we will further ignite your connection to food and wine through a master sommelier creating a personalised beverage story.

Avant-garde | 2 August | Sydney

Originally a French term, Avant-garde’s meaning in English is vanguard or advance guard (the part of an army that goes forward ahead of the rest). First appearing with reference to art in France in the first half of the nineteenth century, the term is usually credited to the influential thinker Henri de Saint-Simon who viewed the arts and artists, alongside scientists and industrialists, as the leaders of a new era.

With this philosophy as their premise, join chefs Sergio Perea (Former chef at elBulli, Spain) and Nobuyuki Ura (Executive Chef of Ora, Sydney) for an evening inspired by new perspectives, creativity and life as art. The Avant-Garde. Inspired by art that is innovative, immerse yourself in the traditions of Spanish and Japanese cuisine and discover a curated dining experience like no other.

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Winning Appliances Redfern Showroom
18 Danks Street, Waterloo 2017
6:00 PM – 9:00 PM
$220 per person

Cubism | 9 August | Canberra

The Cubist movement conceived in Europe in the early twentieth century rejected the inherited concept that art should copy nature, or that artists should adopt the traditional techniques of perspective, modeling, and foreshortening. Proponents of cubism argued that with the invention and progression of photography, art could move beyond the literal, to re-imagine multiple views at one time. As such, Cubist Pioneers, Picasso and Braques often reduced and fractured objects into geometric forms, and then realigned these within a shallow, relieflike space. They also used multiple or contrasting vantage points

Join chef Sergio Perea (Former chef at elBulli, Spain) for an evening inspired by art containing cool colours and abstract lines, immerse yourself in the most important social ritual of Spain: the art of eating well. Discover a curated dining experience like no other.

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Winning Appliances Showroom
80 Giles St, Kingston ACT 2604
6:00 PM – 9:00 PM
$220 per person

Art Deco | 7 August | Brisbane

Style moderne, or as it became known, the Art Deco movement originated in the 1920s and developed into a major style in western Europe and the United States during the 1930s. Its name was derived from the Exposition Internationale des Arts Décoratifs et Industriels Modernes, held in Paris in 1925, where the style was first exhibited. Art Deco design represented modernism turned into fashion. Its products included both individually crafted luxury items and mass-produced wares, but, in either case, the intention was to create a sleek and anti-traditional elegance that symbolized progress and sophistication.

With an eye to paring back and progressing fine ingredients and traditional craft, join chef Will Cowper (Head Chef of OTTO Brisbane) for an evening inspired by the philosophy of Art Deco. Immerse yourself in Italian culture through a modern lens, savouring food and drink through a curated dining experience like no other.

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Winning Appliances Showroom
167 Alfred St, Fortitude Valley QLD 4006
6:00 PM – 9:00 PM
$220 per person

Bauhaus | 24 August | Perth

Founded in 1919 by Walter Gropius in Weimar Germany, the Bauhaus movement literally translates as “Building House’ and was conceived as an holistic architectural as well as arts, crafts, industrial and graphic design movement that would ‘build’ a relationship between the arts and the new era of manufacturing taking place. Repositioning art to hold a central purpose in society that reflected how best to live, it was the Bauhaus school that coined the phrase “form follows function.” According to this idea, simple but elegant geometric shapes were designed based on the intended function or purpose of a building or an object.

Join chef Matt Stone (Australia’s leading sustainable chef) for an evening inspired by the Bauhaus style’s clear, directional ethos. Immerse yourself in a farmer-and-forager-driven menu of dishes revolving around the indigenous six seasons and discover a curated dining experience like no other.

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Winning Appliances Showroom
3/22 King Edward Rd, Osborne Park WA 6017
6:00 PM – 9:00 PM
$220 per person

Expressionism | 1 September | Melbourne

Expressionism presents the world as subjective: how the artist feels it, not how it is scientifically. Aiming always for an emotional effect, and conveying mood and ideas through media, expressionist artists seek to express the essence of “being alive” rather than physical reality.

For the last dinner in our Culinary Arts ’22 Series, Join chef Scott Lord (Head Chef of New Quarter, Melbourne) for a curated menu and night inspired by Expressionism. Awaken the senses in Franco-Vietnamese inspired dishes that are quintessentially reflective of modern Melbourne cuisine and discover a curated dining experience like no other.

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Winning Appliances Showroom
540 Swan Street, Richmond VIC 3121
6:00 PM – 9:00 PM
$220 per person