The Starving Artists Collective presents: THE ARTISTS’ SOUP KITCHEN

Hi friends,

I’m excited to invite you to the ARTISTS’ SOUP KITCHEN. For six Monday afternoons this winter, artists can come to the ARTISTS’ SOUP KITCHEN for a FREE hot lunch. Each week is hosted by different artists who will bring their creative practices to the Soup Kitchen.
We kick off the Kitchen on Monday, January 9 with a Dr. Seuss homage by artist Ulysses Castellanos, offering green eggs and ham. Then join us on January 16 for Mystic Pizza Crust divination readings by Helen Reed and Hannah Jickling. See [poster] below for the full menu of participating artists. A printed catalogue/recipe book will be made available in the spring. Come out and beat the winter chill.

The Starving Artists Collective presents:
THE ARTISTS’ SOUP KITCHEN

FREE hot lunches for artists * a different menu each week! *

Mondays from 12-3pm, January 9 – February 13
at the Raging Spoon Cafe, 761 Queen Street West, Toronto, Canada
Wheelchair accessible space.
VOLUNTEER shifts are available! Email: jess@jessdobkin.com to sign up! Monday shifts: 9am-noon/noon-3pm/3pm-5pm (set-up/cooking/serving/clean-up) I promise it will be fun. Hope to see you there!

xo
Jess Dobkin
jess@jessdobkin.com

 

About Queer Artist Jess Dobkin
Out and proud queer artist, curator and member of the Starving Artists Collective Jess Dobkin is based in Toronto, Canada. Jess uses her body as her primary tool in her performance practice, and her work explores its physical and psychic abilities, limitations, and attributes. Her performances, artist’s talks and workshops are presented internationally at museums, galleries, theatres and in public spaces. She lectures and perform art workshops in Canada, USA and Europe.

 

The Starving Artists Collective presents: THE ARTISTS' SOUP KITCHEN

The Starving Artists Collective presents: THE ARTISTS’ SOUP KITCHEN poster

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More details at https://www.facebook.com/events/261043463949543
Artist Statement: Jess Dobkin – A Loud & Proud Performance Artist
Jess Dobkin’s website

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