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Wednesday Soups at CEPA

Slurp soup, benefit art.  This Wednesday, October 28, from noon 2PM, in CEPA’s FLUX Gallery Repair Shop in the Market Arcade at 617 Main Street, enjoy soups prepared by the
wonderful chefs from Sample and Betty’s restaurants to support CEPA’s Soup
Granting Program

CEPA Gallery cordially invites all downtown
employees (and anyone else who wants to stop by!) to go to CEPA Gallery for
lunch on Wednesday, October 28, from noon to 2 p.m. to support the Soup
Granting Program, a unique initiative presented in conjunction with the current
exhibition Conversation Pieces
that funds Individual Artist or
Community-Based projects.

will be serving delicious hot soup from local restaurants Sample and Betty’s
for $5 a bowl.  This Wednesday Soup will take place in the Repair Shop,
located in CEPA’s Flux Gallery on the first floor of the Market Arcade Building
at 617 Main Street.  CEPA looks forward to welcoming hungry downtown
employees to view the exhibition and enjoy hot soup and great conversation on a
chilly autumn day, while benefitting a unique form of fundraising.  All
soups will be available “to-go,” accommodating both quick lunch pick-ups and
leisurely lunch breaks.  Quantities are limited and will be first-come,
first served!

An optional tour of the exhibition will
take place at 1:00PM with Curator, Sean Donaher.

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