Exeter Art Soup

St Sidwell’s Centre, Sidwell Street, Exeter, EX4 6NN

[email protected]

Wednesday 30 November 2016
18:00 - late
Admission Fee: 5
Booking essential

Calling all artists! Have you got a great project for
Art Week Exeter 2017 that needs a bit of funding?

AWE presents Art SOUP – the fun way to get sponsored!

If you just want to come along for a fun evening and to help support some art projects, please book a place on the AWE website. Space is limited, and we need to know how much soup to make! You pay £5 on the door and get a bowl of soup, a pompom to vote with, and a fantastic evening of fun. This special Art SOUP will also be followed with a disco, so bring your dancing shoes if you want to stay and party.

Four artists (or groups of artists) each have five minutes to pitch their idea to the audience. The audience have paid £5 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.

Want to pitch an idea? Email [email protected] with a short paragraph about your  project. If we get more than four projects, we will choose a range to make sure 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.



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