A continuation of the exploration In Good Taste which seeks to answer the question: What does it mean to have truly good taste in the modern world? This intimate conversation will look to the perspectives of cultural knowledge keepers, who bring with them an understanding of how a sense of place, and personal history, should inform our choices.
The conversation will take place alongside a tea mocktail creation, to stimulate conversation and connection, together while apart, as we explore these important topics. Moderated by TEALEAVES, Canadian tea blenders who believe in the blending of not only tea, but people, organizations and ideas. Founded on the principles of education, enlightenment and enchantment.
Winter Berry Recipe:
Tea Maple Syrup
Garnish of choice, such as Spruce, Lime Wedge, or Mint
Dr. Dori Tunstall is a design anthropologist, public intellectual, and design advocate who works at the intersections of critical theory, culture, and design. She is currently the Dean of Design at Ontario College of Art and Design University. Prior to joining OCAD, Dori held the role of Associate Dean of Learning and Teaching in the Faculty of Design at Swinburne University of Technology in Australia. While at Swinburne, she established the Master’s and Graduate Diploma of Design (Design Anthropology)
Peter Morin, Associate Professor, Ontario College of Art and Design University
Peter Morin is a Tahltan Nation artist, curator, and writer. In his artistic practice and curatorial work, Morin’s practice-based research investigates the impact zones that occur when indigenous cultural-based practices and western settler colonialism collide. This work is shaped by Tahltan Nation epistemological production and often takes on the form of performance interventions. In addition to his object making and performance-based practice, Morin has curated exhibitions at the Museum of Anthropology, Western Front, Bill Reid Gallery, and Burnaby Art Gallery. In 2014, Peter was long-listed for the Sobey Art Prize.