ONLINE REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED.
Door tickets still available by cash or check.
Doors open at 6:45 PM on Monday, January 20!
Empty Bowls is a national organization that has been supporting thousands of these events worldwide since 1990. The way an Empty Bowls event works is simple. Malvern students, faculty, and staff will create ceramic bowls, then serve a simple meal of donated soup and bread. Guests choose a bowl to use that day and to keep as a reminder that there are always Empty Bowls in the world.
Most of our bowls are created community style – meaning, different artists may work with the bowls at different stages of their creation. We begin to create bowls in April, take a summer break, then pick right up where we left off in September, working every day in homeroom, after school, and at Open Studio sessions. Many students help with this community process as part of their Christian Service for the academic year. Alumni and some ceramics students contribute their individual creations. Some bowls and donated artworks will also be presented as Silent Auction Pieces.
Tickets for the 2014 event will be sold in advance, beginning in Thanksgiving 2013. Cost will be $25/ adult ticket, $15/child under 10. We encourage advance sales, to help us with food and bowl counts. The full proceeds of our Empty Bowls event will be donated to Bethesda Project
2014 Student Chairs
Jackson Connor ’14
Conor Glancy ’14
Matt Jones ’14
Dan McGlinn ’14
Andrew Powers ’14
Michael Stangis ’14
Brian Tatlow ’14