We’re excited to announce the winner of last night’s Soup N’at. Through the support of our guests, volunteers, and organizers, we were able to raise $476 for the artist that gained the most audience support.
All five projects were well received and much loved by our audience, however, there can only be one winner for the Soup N’at March 2017.
Jess Gold and Amos Levy (pictured above) took home the prize with their presentation on the Community Mixtape Project. The funding will be used to support their June gallery show at Assemble, which will allow their students to share stories, poetry, songs, and art with a public audience. The show will serve as a critical platform to better amplify the youth participants’ voices and begin building a long-term digital audience for their media.
Congratulations! We can’t wait to see the show and hear more amazing Community-Sourced Mixtape Podcasts in the future.
At the end, a big thank you to all our wonderful volunteers, Musician Aaron Lefebvre and kind sponsors and supporters (Soup Nancys, Aladdin’s Eatery Pittsburgh, brillobox, Kitchen volunteers Caitlin Crawford and Madalyn Hochendoner, Penn’s Corner Farm Alliance, East End Food Co-op, Whitfield at Ace Hotel Pittsburgh, Food Glorious Food, Allegro Hearth Bakery, and Penn Brewery).
Thank you to everyone who attended. See you next time!