Wellesley ceramics students’ annual Empty Bowls Banquet to fill need
Join the Wellesley High School Ceramics Intensive artists for the 3rd annual Empty Bowls Banquet. Empty Bowls is a national grassroots movement to raise both money and awareness to help end hunger. All proceeds from this event will be donated to Liam’s Lunches, ABC Wellesley, and Pine Street Inn.
Enjoy live demonstrations of students sculpting and throwing on a potter’s wheel accompanied by live music provided by Bob Boa and the RipChord Gang.
Take part in the silent auction part of the event for the chance to come away with one of the handmade ceramic centerpieces. Proceeds from the silent auction will benefit the WHS Ceramics Intensive artists.
Tickets sold at the door will be CASH ONLY:
$30 for handmade bowl and dinner; $10 for just dinner; donations accepted.
Thursday, November 15, 2018
5pm – 7pm
Wellesley High School Cafeteria, 50 Rice Street, Wellesley, MA 02481
Organized by the Ceramics Intensive Students and co-hosted by Wellesley Parents Supporting Art Students (WPSAS).
Teacher Amie Larson and her Ceramics Intensive students are working hard to make handmade ceramic bowls for the 3rd Annual Empty Bowls banquet. This event helps bring together artists and the community in a heartwarming dinner that will benefit those in need.
Wellesley Parents Supporting Art Students (WPSAS) supports students and faculty in the fine arts and visual arts throughout the Wellesley Public School system. Our goal is to raise awareness of art and provide opportunities for young artists to exhibit their work, engage with the greater community, and further their arts education.