The team behind the new artistic venture about to hit the Blue Mountains and Lithgow are bringing an experiential taster to this month’s MTNS MADE Salon at the Avalon.
The Art of Lunch is a new feast for all the senses set to occur on the last Sunday of each month at multiple restaurants and galleries throughout the Blue Mountains region between May and October each year.
The evenings’ taster we will feature photo montage artist Sue Daley exhibiting and discussing her work created for the Art of Lunch branding, plus another of her montages created as album art for 50% MTNS MADE band Equus. Musician John Robinson, member of Equus will perform some ambient music. Dylan Brookes – the chef of the Avalon restaurant introduces some complimentary delicious tasters to celebrate with you their new creative approach to the menu for Art of Lunch.
Susan Cochrane, Brad Diedrich and Meg Benson have joined forces to curate and produce these unique events and while appearing at the MTNS MADE Salon, will introduce themselves and share the opportunities that exist for creatives to get involved in future seasons.
With over 25 performance and exhibition opportunities each year the Art of Lunch combines a delectable menu, an exhibition opened by the artist and a 30 minute live music performance delivered in a concert atmosphere.
Artists, musicians and performers, come along to hear about the opportunities that lie ahead.