Art SOUP 2

Image Credit: Clockwork Satellite

St Sidwell's Centre, Exeter, EX4 6NN

Wednesday 18 October 2017
Admission Fee: £5

Calling all artists!

Have you got a great project for Art Week Exeter 2018 that needs some financial support?

AWE presents Art SOUP 2 – putting the fun into funding!

Selected artists (or groups of artists) each have five minutes to pitch their idea to the audience. The audience have paid a donation for the chance to vote and a bowl of soup. They listen to the pitches, think about it over a lovely vegetarian supper, and then cast an anonymous vote for their favourite idea. The project with the most votes wins all the money.

You pay £5 on the door and get a bowl of soup, a pompom to vote with, and a fantastic evening of fun. You're welcome to BYO drink and stay to network / socialise until the end!

If you just want to come along for a fun evening and to help support some art projects, please book a place. Space is limited, and we need to know how much soup to make!

Want to pitch an idea? Email with a short paragraph about your project. We will choose a range of projects to make sure that it’s a fun and interesting evening for everyone with lots of variety. Remember that you are trying to convince a varied audience (all ages; all backgrounds) that your project is worth funding.

Exeter SOUP, Wednesday 18 October, 6pm 

St Sidwell’s Centre, Sidwell Street, Exeter

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