Our talk about gentrification and food at The Art Gallery of NSW is sold out!

If you don’t have tickets to this Art Gallery on NSW event you’ve missed out on the opportunity to join Joel Spring, Genevieve Murray and I for a discussion on the relationship between affordable housing and food cultures in Sydney. Sorry!

In this conversation, we’ll look at what the changing nature of many inner-city neighbourhood’s shopping strips and the replacement of cheap eateries with chic cafes, and ask what this might tell us about gentrification in Sydney. As a nod to these shifts, smashed avocado on sourdough will be served!

Genevieve Murray founded Future Method, a research and design studio that actively questions and pushes the line between the practical and the abstract. Dallas Rogers is a senior lecturer within the Faculty of Architecture, Design and Planning at the University of Sydney. Joel Spring is a Wiradjuri man who grew up in and around Redfern and the Northern Territory, and is now working as an architect at Future Method alongside key community groups and figures around the upcoming Waterloo redevelopment.

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