We’re pleased to announce the winner of last night’s Soup N’at dinner. Through the support of our volunteers, organizers, and guests, we were able to raise $921.24 for the artist that gained the most audience support. Nearly one hundred people from 34 different zipcodes converged on the Union Project to support local arts.
Although all five projects were well received and much loved by our audience, in the end there was only one clear winner of Soup N’at February 2016.
Mario Quinn (pictured above) and Jason Mendez took home the prize to help kick start the Zelda Pito Emerging Artist Fellowship. Congratulations folks! We can’t wait to see you at our next event and hear about your project.
Our other winner of the night was Erica Johnson of Pittsburgh Center for Creative Reuse, who won the door prize, a wonderful piece of Justin Rothshank ceramic art.
Oh and don’t forget to check out this Facebook album from the event!
Thank you to everyone who attended. See you next time!