Empty Bowls for Project Share

Empty Bowls

Ice Cream Social

Carlisle High School’s National Art Honor Society (NAHS) is sponsoring their fourth annual Empty Bowls Event on Friday May 6th. Empty Bowls is an international effort to raise awareness in the fight to end hunger. Empty Bowls has raised millions of dollars for organizations fighting hunger and events take place in many states across the US and many other countries. Most events are simple meals of soup and bread reminding those in attendance about the plight of those in need of food banks. Carlisle Arts Learning Center holds a long established event like this that many in the community contribute to in a variety of ways. The NAHS did not want to diminish or repeat what is already being done for a good cause. In an effort to distinguish our event, attending guests will be served ice cream from a handmade bowl and encouraged to make a donation to the cause. As in other Empty Bowls events, guests will get to keep the bowl as a reminder of the cause. All donations from tickets will go to the Project Share Food Bank.

Empty Bowls Workshops

When: February 27, 2016 (make bowls) & March 5, 2016 (glaze bowls)

Time: 8:00 am -12:00 pm

Cost: Free & Open to the Public

Where: Carlisle High School, McGowan Art Hallway, M42 (ceramics classroom)

Empty Bowls Event

When: Friday, May 6th

Time: 6:00 - 8:00 pm

Cost: $10.00 per bowl

Where: Carlisle High School, McGowan Art Hallway, M42 (ceramics classroom)

Tickets will be available at the Bison Corner, Art Show, and from NAHS students and High School art teachers.

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