“Soul-Filled Bowls” Fundraiser returns to Princeton

The Arts Council of Princeton’s Ceramic Community of instructors, students and local artists created more than 200 ceramic bowls for charity in anticipation of the Soul-Filled Bowls event on Saturday, December 15, 11am-2pm. THE ARTS COUNCIL OF PRINCETON
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The Arts Council of Princeton’s Ceramic Community of instructors, students and local artists created more than 200 ceramic bowls for charity in anticipation of the Soul-Filled Bowls event on Saturday, December 15, 11am-2pm. THE ARTS COUNCIL OF PRINCETON

The third annual “Soul-Filled Bowls” community fundraiser will return to Princeton on Saturday, Dec. 15.

Taking place from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., the fundraiser will be held at the Taplin Gallery at the Paul Robeson Center for the Arts at 102 Witherspoon St.

All funds raised will go towards “Meals on Wheels” and “Isles.”

The event offers guests the opportunity to purchase handmade bowls by local ceramic artists for $25. Included with your bowl purchase, guests will receive a complimentary bowl of soup provided by Blawenburg Café and The Salad and Smoothie Market, with fresh bread provided by Brick Farm Market.

Parking is available in the Spring and Hulfish Street Garages and at metered parking spots along Witherspoon Street and Paul Robeson Place. For more information, please visit artscouncilofprinceton.orgor contact Kathleen at preziosis@verizon.net.

The Arts Council of Princeton’s Taplin Gallery was founded in 2008 and has won Favorite Art Gallery in the Discover Jersey Arts People’s Choice Awards for six of the past seven years. Located in the Paul Robeson Center for the Arts, the Taplin Gallery is run by ACP artistic director Maria Evans and has featured artists such as Philip Pearlstein, Polly Apfelbaum, and Willie Cole, among other notable artists. The Taplin hosts a variety of events that are free and open to the public, including gallery openings and artist talks, as well as educational programming for local students K-12. ACP exhibitions and related educational programs receive funding from the Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation, Bob and Cynthia Hendrickson, and the New Jersey State Council on the Arts.

 The Arts Council of Princeton, founded in 1967, is a non-profit organization with a mission of building community through the arts. Housed in the landmark Paul Robeson Center for the Arts, designed by architect Michael Graves, the ACP fulfills its mission by presenting a wide range of programs including exhibitions, performances, free community cultural events, and studio-based classes and workshops in a wide range of media. Arts Council of Princeton programs are designed to be high-quality, engaging, affordable and accessible for the diverse population of the greater Princeton region.