When we decided to create Brighton Style Mag almost three years ago; one of our main aims was to highlight and shout about cool goings-on that completely captured Brighton’s creative, fun-loving spirit. The Homegrown Project is definitely one of those.
Created by Sunny Jennings, a stylist and event coordinator who’s worked in Sydney and London, the Homegrown Project hopes to bring together Brighton foodies with emerging chefs and artists – after all; don’t we all eat with our eyes?
“The aim is to collaborate with various local artists and food talent on a monthly basis, giving them the platform to showcase their work in a relaxed social environment,” Sunny explains.
“I’m hoping to pair different artists and foodie talent every month to offer a truly unique experience every time!”
The first in the series takes place next Saturday (25th March) and sees Young British Food Award 2016 finalists and Brighton-based vegan chefs, Planted take to the kitchen to cook up a five course rustic Italian feast using locally-sourced organic ingredients from farms in East Sussex , whilst Silvia K, a local ceramicist and recent Elle Design Award winner, will be showcasing a range of her contemporary terracotta ceramics, with each course being plated on several different wares.
It doesn’t stop there either – Brighton’s Pelicano Coffee Roastery, will be serving up their ‘Smokey Bird’ blend on the night and throwing in a bag of beans to be enjoyed at home.
A welcome glass of prosecco is also included in the ticket price (£34) an there’ll be an open bar all evening, offering local organic wines, craft beers and soft drinks.
Sunny hopes that these will be a monthly occurrence and is looking for other Brighton collaborators to get involved:
“I’m always on the look-out for new people to collaborate with, adding new elements to the events making it even more experiential.”
If that sounds like you, or you’d like to know more, contact Sunny on: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The first Homegrown Project event will be held at The Square, 47 New England Street, Brighton, BN1 4GQ on Saturday 25th March between 7:30-11pm. To get your mitts on the last remaining tickets visit: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/planted-pop-up-supper-club-tickets-32031932372.