COOKING with SOUTH SHIELDS

17 October – 12 December 2015

17 October – 12 December 2015

24 October 12-2pm → Living Waters Church; 7 November 12-2pm → Whist; 14 November 11-1pm → Ocean Road Community Centre; 12 December 12-2pm Central Library

  • Living Waters Church: St Jude's Terrace, Laygate, South Shields NE33 5PB
    Al Azhar Mosque: Laygate, South Shields, NE33 5RP (nearest metro is Chichester)
    Whist (Homen's health in South Tyneside): Salus House, 33 Mile End Rd, South Shields NE33 1TA
    Ocean Road Community Centre, Ocean Road, South Shields, NE33 2DW
    Central Library, Prince George Square, South Shields, NE33 2PE

  • All events are free

17 October 12-2pm → Living Waters Church
24 October 12-2pm → Al Azhar Mosque
7 November 12-2pm → Whist
14 November 11-1pm → Ocean Road Community Centre
12 December 12-2pm → South Shields Library (COOKBOOK LAUNCH)

COOKING with SOUTH SHIELDS is a series of events and a new cookbook which is developed especially for South Shields. The project explores the food that local people cook at home and the backgrounds of these recipes.

5 food events and a cookbook launch, organised by Nadia Terry (born in Morocco, lives in South Shields) and will be held on Saturday lunchtimes: providing an opportunity for local residents to see a demonstration of the recipes in the cookbook and to try the food!

This project is organised by CIRCA Projects, who have asked South Shields-based photographer Peter Fryer to interview and document local people’s recipes, resulting in a new book which will be distributed for free to 1000 people living in South Shields.

If you are a resident of South Shields, you can submit your own recipes on the new, soon to be launched, COOKING with SOUTH SHIELDS website. www.cookingwithsouthshields.co.uk

About South Shields

This project is inspired by Mario Pfeifer’s exhibition ‘Approximation in the digital age to a humanity condemned to disappear’, taking anthropological practice as its subject.

South Shields is a port-town, as is Puerto Williams, Chile (the subject of the exhibition ‘Approximation…’). Following the River Tyne from Gateshead Quayside (which is the site of the exhibition ‘Approximation…’ within John Joyce Factory) down to the river mouth: South Shields is located on the North East coast of England, where the River Tyne meets the North Sea.

South Shields is often celebrated as exemplary of successful migrant integration, it is home to the first settled Muslim Community – a British Yemeni Community since the 1890’s: who worked mainly as seamen to British merchant vessels. The Arbeia Roman Fort in South Shields (built 160AD) housed divisions including Tigris bargemen (from Persia and modern day Iraq), infantry from Iberia and Gaul, and Syrian archers and spearmen.

COOKING with SOUTH SHIELDS relates to the complicated realities surrounding the historic and contemporary migration of cultures: the ability of objects, including recipes, to reveal these complex stories.

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17 October – 12 December 2015

24 October 12-2pm → Living Waters Church; 7 November 12-2pm → Whist; 14 November 11-1pm → Ocean Road Community Centre; 12 December 12-2pm Central Library

  • Living Waters Church: St Jude's Terrace, Laygate, South Shields NE33 5PB
    Al Azhar Mosque: Laygate, South Shields, NE33 5RP (nearest metro is Chichester)
    Whist (Homen's health in South Tyneside): Salus House, 33 Mile End Rd, South Shields NE33 1TA
    Ocean Road Community Centre, Ocean Road, South Shields, NE33 2DW
    Central Library, Prince George Square, South Shields, NE33 2PE

  • All events are free