The Sweet Hereafter: Awards Presentation & Desserts Showcase

Location: Art Gallery, Acadia University
Date: Sunday, November 17, 2013
Time: 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Price: $15.00 - Buy Now

The Devour Awards Ceremony featuring Chef Don Mailman and the Culinary Students of NSCC Kingstec preparing an extraordinary sweet finish to Devour followed by an awards presentation with Devour Organizers and President & CEO Lisa Bugden of Film & Creative Industries Nova Scotia. We will present our newly-christened awards–The Golden Tines–in four categories–Best Short Documentary, Best Short Drama, Best Feature Documentary and Best Feature Drama.

Brad Hall – Metal Artist, Annapolis Royal, NS- commissioned to create the “The Golden Tine” award

Artist Statement: During my career, I have experimented in a variety of mediums. Combining my experiences with photography, pottery and weaving with over twenty years of working experience with wood in restoring built heritage, has made the transition into working and creating with metal both exciting and challenging.  Working with a variety of metals and techniques: forging, welding, banding and riveting, allows me to fabricate a design that combines art and function which is enduring, while rooted in the past.

The Dessert

Kentville Beet Coral cake, smoked salt chocolate sauce, lavender and maple cotton candy, apple mint glass, coconut malt balls, licorice gummy, strawberry leather and mango curd.

Sponsored by Film & Creative Industries Nova Scotia.