For three immersive days from September 30 to October 2, right here in Calgary, the Terroir Symposium will engage you in a world of culinary inspiration and innovation. This year’s theme of Transformation: Industry – Ingredients – Self will shape the sessions as the industry looks toward the future of food.
Starting with two days of workshops at SAIT, attendees will have the opportunity to delve into the art of butchery, mixology, chocolate, and the timeless favourite – pizza! Workshops will be complemented by an array of interactive brand booths, pop-up lunches, and engaging film screenings in partnership with Devour! The Food Film Fest.
This year’s lineup of presenters includes industry icons like award-winning mixologist and cocktail guru Jim Meehan, Michelin-starred chef JP McMahon from Aniar Restaurant in Galway, chef and chocolatier Selassie Atadika from Midunu in Ghana, and notable writer Alicia Kennedy. Joining them will be culinary celebrities Amanda Cohen from NYC Dirt Candy, Steve Dolinsky, author of Pizza City, and Paul Van Der Hooven, owner of Wild Vleesch Butchery in the Netherlands.
The symposium will close with a gala at the Jack Singer Concert Hall filled with entertaining and engaging conversations, and complemented by tantalizing small bites and delectable drinks.
Ticket sales for All-Access Passes (3-day admission) and Symposium Passes are available at TerroirSymposium.com/Attend.
All-Access Pass: $400 + service fees + GST
includes admission to all three days of programming, pop-up lunches each day, Monday evening celebration & Terroir After Dark
Weekend Pass: $300 + service fees + GST
includes admission to weekend programming, pop-up lunches each day, Monday evening celebration & Terroir After Dark
Monday Pass: $100 + service fees + GST
includes Monday plenary sessions, pop-up lunch, evening celebration & Terroir After Dark
Monday Evening Only Pass: $75 + service fees + GST
includes Monday evening celebration & Terroir After Dark
Additional indigenous programming will honour the National Day of Truth & Reconciliation on Saturday, September 30.