You are invited to a perfect evening for Potters and family fun!
During Art after Dark, on Friday, Feb. 5, from 6 to 9 pm you can help feed the hungry on the central coast by glazing a bowl at Throw Fest. Artist and owner, Shevon Sullivan along with several local artists and her student potters have been making bowls all month long. Now families are asked to come and glaze (paint) the bowls for a contribution of $5.00 each. The bowls will be donated to the annual Empty Bowls event that takes place in March. Guest at the Throw Fest will enjoy hors d’ oeuvre from the Creamery’s Mama’s Meatball and wine from Qupé Winery.
Anam-Cre’ Studio is located in space 140 of the Creamery at 570 Higuera Street, San Luis Obispo. For more information about Art After Dark Throw Fest at the Anam-Cre’ Pottery Studio visit the website: www.anamcre.com or call 896-6197.
An annual event to feed the hungry. Scheduled to take place in March, for a donation of $20 participants choose a beautiful handmade bowl, enjoy a simple meal of gourmet soup and bread, and take the bowl home as a reminder of the meal’s purpose to help feed the hungry. For the past 9 years ceramic artist throughout the Central Coast have contributed bowls to this wonderful luncheon. Every year Anam-Cre’ Pottery Studio joins forces with local artists, businesses and potters from all over the Central Coast to create bowls. In addition to their artistry, Anam-Cre’ supports Empty Bowls by offering classes and time in the evening for families to come and roll up their sleeves and glaze a bowl. For more information about the 2010 Empty Bowl’s events and the Foodbank for Santa Barbara County please call (805) 937-3422 ext. 106 or go to www.foodbanksbc.org