The next instalment in the ongoing seasonal night markets from Carriageworks will pay homage to smoked, spiced and slow-cooked food with “Burning Love”. Teaming up with the infallible Porteño duo of Ben Milgate and Elvis Abrahanowicz, the arts and entertainment hub will host 55 of Sydney’s leading restaurants, bars and producers with special menus worked up around the theme, highlighting sure-shot winter-warmers from everything from shellfish cooked over coals (Rising Sun Workshop) to smoked mushroom toasties (OzHarvest) and charcoal grilled octopus (Porteno).... Read More | Share it now!
Local institution Raffles College of Design and Commerce will once again be enjoying a big presence at this year’s Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Australia as they plan to showcase seven designer’s Resort ’19 collections. With an aim to lift the best emerging design talent around, Raffles will be building on an already rich legacy at the fashion event, which includes a history of showcasing over 50 graduate’s design collections, including both local and international talent.... Read More | Share it now!
Renowned chef Kylie Kwong will return to Carriageworks in a few weeks time, curating their next Night Market with 60 stalls popped up by some of finest names in the Australian food and drink scene. Right alongside all that deliciousness will be specially commissioned artwork, cooking demonstrations by Indigenous food producers, and a small but energetic program of live music.... Read More | Share it now!
Those who are looking for quality produce ahead of Christmas should keep this one in mind. Carriageworks are bringing back their annual free-entry Christmas Farmers Market on 23rd December, rounding up over 115 producers and providores for an enormous market kicking off at 8am and wrapping up at 1pm. Focused on food and produce, the market will be an excellent opportunity for Sydneysiders to buy fresh seasonal produce and food-related gifts from the best in the business, all of whom will make for a vibrant market featuring hams, lambs, seafood, fresh fruit and veggies, cheese, and Christmas puddings.... Read More | Share it now!
After a well-received debut in Melbourne, three-day cheese festival Bon Fromage is moving on up to Sydney, set to take on the harbour city as it shapes into Carriageworks’ Bay 25 for a mid-October weekend. The festival will be defined by a series of masterclasses and demonstrations from some of Sydney’s best and most reliable purveyors of European cheese, alongside a showcase where guests will have access to half a tonne of cheese for free.... Read More | Share it now!
You’re going to want to hit up Semi Permanent this year. The design conference has partnered up with Carriageworks to bring La Rosa Social Club over to Sydney, after much success in L.A and Berlin. A concept given life by famed filmmaker Aaron Rose, the pop-up bar is designed to be pull together elements of an exhibition hall and performance space and mesh it with a bar, taking up residence in the Elston Room at Carriageworks for select nights between Wednesday 24th May to Thursday 1st June.... Read More | Share it now!
Following the announcement of their Sydney Table series, Vivid Sydney and Carriageworks have unveiled details for The Night Market, their large-scale, one-night-only collaboration which celebrates contemporary food and wine, to the theme of “Cooking with Fire”. As such, fire-loving chef Lennox Hastie (of Firedoor) has joined as the event’s guest curator.... Read More | Share it now!
After a string of sold out nights last year Carriageworks and the forthcoming Vivid Sydney are once again planning to host their series of bespoke dining experiences. Taking place at The Clothing Store across the nights of 14-17 June, Sydney Table will be bringing in some of the state’s leading chefs and pairing their specially created menus with elements of contemporary music, art and design. ... Read More | Share it now!
Following their massive 160-stall deep Christmas markets the good folk at Carriageworks have announced that they will be hosting a Chinese New Year market curated by Kylie Kwong in partnership with Sydney Festival. And the renowned chef has gone all out for her part in the market, bringing in over 50 stallholders from Neil Perry’s Eleven Bridge and the sorely missed Moon Park to the fresh Good Luck Pinbone and Mike McEnearney’s No. 1 Bent Street. ... Read More | Share it now!
Over 160 stallholders across restaurants, providores, designers, homewares and lifestyle brands will be spaced throughout Carriageworks for the art hub’s second annual Christmas Market. Those seeking gifts and artisanal produce at the very last minute will relish the opportunity to stock up on pretty much everything one needs, getting the chance to be across fresh turkeys, hams, gingerbread, seafood, fresh fruit, cheeses, plum puddings, oysters, sparkling wines and more, all for 5 hours on Friday 23rd December.... Read More | Share it now!