Souper Bowl 2024: Fundraiser for Visual Arts Education + Sunrise Project


Purchase one-of-a-kind, handmade bowls to support the Arts Center’s visual arts education program. With bowls starting at $15, there’s something for everyone!

Platter Project Silent Auction 

Bidding opens Friday, Jan. 19th and will end at 2 pm on Saturday, Feb. 10.

Bid Now on Platters


Please bring food donations to stock the Sunrise Project and its 24/7 food porch, and get $1 off your bowl purchase (max $3). Support Douglas County residents facing hunger. Here are some of the most needed food items you can bring:

Noodles & Sauces
Ready-to-eat meals/meal kits
Breakfast items
Snack foods
Dried fruits and canned fruits
Canned beans
Rice and grains
Coffee & Tea
Nuts and nut butters
Cooking oils, herbs and spices
Anything that you enjoy – someone else will!


Join us for free, interactive art-making demos throughout the building!

ART FOR ALL | Pottery Wheel Patterns & Paper Pots

Metal Bowl Pendants

  • Saturday, Feb. 10, 10 am – 2 pm, Main Lobby
  • Demonstration led by Rachel Sudlow, Jewelry & Metals Instructor

Live Screenprinting

  • Saturday, Feb. 10, 10 am – 2 pm, Lower Lobby
  • Purchase a freshly printed tote bag to take your bowls home! Printing by Hang12, the Arts Center’s teen curatorial collective.

Mini Wheels & Microramics

  • Saturday, Feb. 10, 10 am – 2 pm, Lower Lobby
  • Make tiny wheel-thrown pots with Hollie Rice, Ceramics Instructor.




Thank you sponsors!