The Europe's Kitchen project turns the kitchen into a platform for cultural and Europe-wide dialogue across borders. Between August and December 2020, physical and virtual encounters in private, public or metaphorical kitchens will take place in eleven countries. European artists will be invited to organise an event in a city other than their home town.

Czech artist Kateřina Šedá will focus on hospitality among neighbours. She sees the very first communal kitchens in playgrounds when children cook sand cakes for each other. Only the adults on the edge no longer participate. Over the course of 3 days, Kateřina Šedá will plan small culinary interventions on playgrounds in Tallinn, which will create new encounters and opportunities for exchange.

The contributions to Europe's Kitchen will be accompanied by a series of short films and blogs, to be found at the Europe's Kitchen website

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Event location

Kadriorg Park


Eva Maria Kleinschwärzer

Projektreferentin, Goethe-Institut