ARTS Picks: Charlottesville SOUP

Charlottesville SOUP nurtures the soul of the creative community and gives one audience-selected artist a boost through crowd funding.
Photo courtesy of Charlottesville SOUP. Charlottesville SOUP nurtures the soul of the creative community and gives one audience-selected artist a boost through crowd funding. Photo courtesy of Charlottesville SOUP.

Dig in to tasty, homemade fare, mingle with influential thinkers and makers from the local art scene, and help launch a new creative community project. Based on the successful Detroit Soup micro-granting dinner party model that was created by The Garage co-founder Kate Daughdrill, the first Charlottesville SOUP raised over $1,000 for the Textile Cooperative and turned away 200 hopeful guests. The spring edition moves to an expanded venue, and your donation still gets you locally prepared soup, cob oven-baked bread, salad, pie, and a vote for your favorite pitch.

Monday 5/27  $10, 6:30pm. Charlottesville Day School, 320 10th St. NE. www.charlottesvillesoup.com.

 

Listen to the SOUP theme song, composed by Matt Wyatt.

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