Join us Friday evening to celebrate the local potters who create and donate the beautiful bowls featured at Greensboro Urban Ministry’s annual Feast of Caring.
The Pottery Pop-Up, a one-night show hosted by the Center for Visual Artists, will share the work of some of the many artists who give their time and talent to support our annual Feast. The simple meal of soup and bread reminds us, the week before Thanksgiving, of those who will not enjoy a bounty that day — and perhaps even not a meal. For a minimum donation of $25, guests can choose a beautiful pottery bowl donated by one of our potter partners, or 5 Honor Cards by N.C. artist William Mangum.
Pottery Pop-Up co-hosts Tahe Zalal and Betsey Davis have brought in John Jones, of the Next Supper Underground Dining Collaborative and award-winning mixologist, who has created a signature non-alcoholic drink for the party! Jerusalem Market is providing appetizers, and Rich Lerner will perform acoustic blues and folk tunes.
The event is from 6-9 p.m. at the CVA gallery, main floor of the Cultural Arts Center, 200 N. Davie St.
To learn more about how local arts groups are supporting the Feast of Caring, look here.
Click here to learn more about the Feast of Caring — and the NEW! Feast of Caring Express.