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Alex Davies

Alex Davies

Meet The Creative Culinary Team Behind Art Do

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Come hungry and do dinner – a collection of contemporary food stations cooked up by some of the best and brightest in the business will feed you at Art Do

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Jake Kellie 
Award-winning international chef Jake Kellie from Singapore’s Burnt Ends is winging his way to Christchurch (thanks to Singapore Airlines) to create delicious morsels of smoky open-fire greatness from a wood-fire grill on the Gallery forecourt. 

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Tom Hishon
Tom Hishon, head chef and owner of Orphans Kitchen and Daily Bread in Auckland, will be making his famous and outrageously good Southland cheese rolls. Don't miss out on this South Island classic – with quite the twist.

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Alex Davies
Completing the culinary line-up is Alex Davies, head chef and owner of Christchurch's award-winning Gatherings. He'll be doing his local, seasonable and sustainable thing alongside Tom and Jake. 

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And for dessert? Cakes by Anna x Dan Arps
Cake and champagne surprises are included in the mix! With caker extraordinaire Cakes by Anna teaming up with Christchurch-born artist Dan Arps to create some sweet sweet magic to finish off the smorgasbord.

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Wrapped up by White Tie Catering 
All this culinary goodness will be popping up in every pocket of the party courtesy of local catering legends White Tie Catering

Get your tickets for Art Do

Saturday 27 October 2018, 7pm – 1am
Christchurch Art Gallery Te Puna o Waiwhetū

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