Creative Direction | Curation | Event and graphic design
The Good Supper
The Good Supper was created with the wish to give something back to our community, and to our newly arrived neighbors; the growing group of Berlin-based refugees. The aim of The Good Supper is also to create an evening to excite the senses through a carefully curated ambiance, delectable food and drinks, inspiring entertainment and presentations. The event is an opportunity for people from all paths to get together and network, share and converse — all in the name of a good cause.
Role Co-founder, creative direction, curation, graphic and event design
Created with Molly Morgan McDonnel
Produced by SemiDomesticated
Hosted by Berg Burg
Fall Edition 2016
On what was likely the last of the year’s balmy, hot days, we bid farewell to summer and welcomed autumn with a big bang—an explosion of color and flavor in the form of a vegan Mexi-Cali feast, prepared lovingly by Jessica Prescott / Wholy Goodness. Flowers, salsas, chips, cocktails, wine, food, tea, coffee, music and decor—all of it came together perfectly to create this technicolor symphony of a night to be remembered. To make the evening extra special, Thirsty Moon teegarten was there to take us through a purifying and digestive tea ceremony with PU ERH tea. We had chef Prescott’s drool-inducing new book available for pre-sale and a stunning, hand-woven Tunisian rug from Berberlin for sale (and they sold!)—with proceeds going to selected charity, Welcome Mamas.
Summer Edition 2016
The Summer Edition of The Good Supper was nothing shy of exuberant! Sisters, Sophie and Xenia von Oswald / Rocket & Basil, brought a plethora of rich flavors with a Middle Eastern feast, inspired by their upbringing and cooked with love.
Love, in fact, was the key component of this event and it was felt, tasted, smelled, heard and seen throughout all aspects of the evening from the fresh flowers to the welcome cocktail, through the wines, the food and the music, and most of all from everyone who was there to share this evening, and help raise money for the amazing work by the Refugees Welcome network.
Spring Edition 2016
In celebration of spring equinox, food writer, recipe author, cook and sports scientist Gianna Thiess (Eat & Treat) created a warming yet light vegetarian feast, focusing on fresh ingredients and seasonal produce.
Thoughtfully curated wines and libations accompanied the meal, along with a live concert featuring local musician Marcel Hamian, playing the Santoor. The proceeds from the event was donated to the local organization focused on Refugee support, Moabit-Hilft.