East African Delights
Long Table Dinners

Friday 17 February

Saturday 18 February

7pm - 11pm

Kerry Packer Civic Gallery, Hawke Building, UniSA City West campus

Join us for a night of East African inspired food, fine wine and amazing works of art. These Long Table Dinners will be served in our Kerry Packer Civic Gallery – allowing guests to take in the spectacular artwork created by East African artists, as part of the SANAA: A Better World Through Creativity exhibition.

The menu will be created by cooking collective MamaJama, whose main aim is to employ and continue the education of the women involved in the Mazi Mas Adelaide project.

Mazí Mas, a not for profit social enterprise, is a roaming restaurant that brings exciting, authentic, global home cooking to the public, and creates employment for aspiring women food entrepreneurs from migrant and refugee communities. 

The cost is $70 per person, and includes a:

  • 3 course meal
  • Glass of Prosecco on arrival

A selection of boutique South Australian wines will be available for purchase on the night (cash only).

Vegetarian, Vegan and Gluten Free meals can be catered for (please indicate when purchasing tickets).

This promises to be a fantastic night celebrating African art, food and culture.

Please note places are limited, so we recommend you purchase your tickets now as this event is sure to book out soon.

Find out more about Mazí Mas Adelaide.




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