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Photograph: Supplied/Mud AustraliaAnnabel Crabb and Shelley Simpson

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This virtual event with Annabel Crabb comes complete with cheese and wine delivery

Stylish Aussie ceramics label Mud Australia is teaming up with journalist, commentator and kitchen whizz Annabel Crabb for a virtual talk event where she unpacks the motivations and ethical challenges faced by business owners in 2020 with Mud’s founder, Shelley Simpson. The pair will exchange stories and ideas in this one-hour digital event, which will be the first in a series of conversational events designed to bring communities together.

This is more than your average livestreamed event, however. Your ticket, for $150, includes a parcel delivered to your door in time for the event, which includes: a cheese platter for two from Two Good in Sydney (Melbourne viewers receive a mezze platter from Free to Feed), a bottle of organically farmed wine by Voyager Estate Winery (in your choice of Cabernet Merlot or Chardonnay), and either a small cheese platter or charger plate from Mud (in a lucky dip of colours). 

If you’re umm-ing and aah-ing over that ticket price, consider that you’re not only buying an ear into the philosophies of two women who are leaders in their fields and a sophisticated ‘showbag’ on the side – every ticket purchased in Sydney buys a meal for someone in need through Two Good (this social enterprise business follows an ‘eat one, treat one’ model, donating meals to local women’s refuges for domestic violence survivors) and provides refugee employment through Free to Feed.

Ticket holders can tune into the talk with Crabb and Simpson from 6pm on Thursday, August 27, with a special login on YouTube Live.

Want to get your hands dirty making your own ceramics? Check out this new clay studio where you can learn with wine.

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