Living Table Publication Launch

Friday 2 February

Join us for the sharing of the Living Table publication and the final event in this project series.

The publication documents the Living Table project which was conceived and curated by G.R.E.E.N. Artist in Residence, Désirée Coral Guerra.

The Living Table publication includes written and/or visual contributions from Alaya Ang, Amanda Thompson, Cath Keay, Daniela Roepke, Debora Ando, Edward Summerton, Elizabet Reeder, Helena Simmons, Irene Aldazabal, Kevin Kaempf, Pernille Spence, Zoe Irvine, Rita Valencia, Rowan Lear, Tommaso Ranfagni, and Valeria Mata. Designed by Killian Dunne and edited by Tom Varley.

The evening will include words from Désirée Coral Guerra and publication contributors. Chef and curator, Lydia Honeybone, has devised a menu of canapes and refreshments inspired by previous Living Table themes.

This event has limited capacity therefore all guests should reserve a ticket. Please contact us if you can no longer join us.

Reserve your place


Celeriac schnitzel on a brioche bun, Texas BBQ sauce, ranch dressing, gem lettuce & pickle
Cajun oven fries
Seasonal crudité, whipped cashew ‘cheese’, parsley & walnut pesto
Buckwheat pancake, smoked carrot lox, cream cheese & dill
Pandan & rhubarb cheesecake, ginger biscuit base & coconut white chocolate whipped cream

Oat milk & vanilla white Russian
Clementine mezcal margaritas

The menu is created by Lydia Honeybone. Lydia is arts producer, curator, and film programmer. Their practice focuses on creating opportunities for the exhibition and production of film and artists’ moving image, with a specific interest in intersectionality and community engagement. Conviviality is an important part of their work both as Co-Director of GAMIS, and when cheffing as Glasgow Supper Club.


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