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An evening with exhibiting artists whose media includes print, painting, ceramics, papier-mâché and even plants – Kate Carlyle, Kallie Doran, Amelia Jakobs, Sue Kingma, Clare Menck, Igna Schwartz, Jenee Rosse and Judy Woodborne (see list below). Haas CEO, Francois Irvine, will be creating what he calls Babette’s feast style table with a variety of traditional and not so conventional offerings (see menu below). Delicious Grenache Rose and unwooded Chardonnay from Vriesenhof Vineyards.

Haas is a large “hip space with Victorian flair” (top-rated.online) on the viby, East side of Cape Town, near the A4 Foundation, District 6 Museum and Fugard Theatre. Being a big space there is plenty of room for social distancing and good ventilation. All staff wear masks and wipe down surfaces as soon as they clear. Please remember your mask and cancel if you are ill (a full refund will be given).

This exhibition is not on for long and will be a great place to spoil yourself and buy Christmas presents – from one off jewellery to textile art – all lovingly designed and made in Africa (mostly Cape Town).

It will be a really special celebration – a visual and culinary treat; the artists are excited.

6pm for 6:30pm until just after 9pm but do slip away (or arrive) at a time to suit you.

Cost: R650 payable in advance.

Book soon as limited numbers. Only those who have booked and paid in advance will be able to come; it is afterall a First Thursday in Cape Town now back in action with Covid19 protocols in place.

Haas Collective, 19 Buitenkant St, District 6, Cape Town City Centre, Cape Town, 8001

Starters served on platters while we look at the art and chat to the creatives

Bobotie cups, sweet and sour corn parcels, Arancini parmesan balls, seared tuna and watermelon skewers

Mini bruschetta with a trio of toppings – olive tapenade, sun-dried tomato pesto, caramelised onion and feta

Guests will be seated and treated to an amuse-bouche, then for mains we’ll be encouraged to try a selection of eats, some served plated, others placed on table for self service:

BBQ chicken skewers
Creamy cheese potato bake
Caramelised baby carrots
Beef peppers in a light lemony sauce
Almond and fennel rice
Salmon trout truffles
Ottolenghi style char grilled cauliflower
Steamed green vegies with toasted seeds
Chargrilled seasonal vegetables
Fresh salad of greens, asparagus, feta truffles and rosa tomatoes

NB no pork or shellfish will be used; meat is strictly halal

Dessert will be served as small bite sized morsels to encourage us to circulate and enjoy more art:

Malva pudding with clotted cream
Traditional milk tart
Vanilla cheese cakes with a berry compote
Chocolate chilli truffles
Fruit skewers with a honey/lime dressing
Coffee/tea

Plenty is gluten free and vegan but please let us know in advance dietary requirements

Participating artists

Judy Woodborne (paintings and works on paper)
Clare Menck (paintings and works on paper)
Jenee Rosse (paper mache & works on paper)
Kate Carlyle (soft furnishings, jewellery, bags)
Kallie Doran (jewellery)
Chris Koch (mixed media)
Igna Schwartz (soft sculptures, textile works)
Lella Kondalykis (ceramics)
Amelia Jakobs (ceramics)
Design Afrika (woven baskets)
Nuno Indoor Plants