A Good Mule is Hard to Find book release -
10/6/09 - Tuesday
7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Book release for Kirk Neely's "A Good Mule is Hard to Find."
Exhibit opening : Robert Urban and Kris Inman -
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Robert Urban and Kris Inman
Exhibit Shows through Oct. 30
The Waybacks & The Belleville Outfit - 10/8/09 -
7:30 pm - 10:30 pm
HUB-BUB and Little River Roasting present
The Waybacks and The Belleville Outfit
Where:David Reid Theatre at The Chapman Cultural Center
When:Thursday, October 8th 7:30pm
Ticket Prices: $20 advance
Two Americana super-groups with ties to Spartanburg take the stage in their first-ever joint bill.
The Waybacks of San Francisco feature fiddler Warren Hood, son of Spartanburg’s Champ Hood and The Belleville Outfit from Austin, TX includes three homegrown Hub City musicians.
The Waybacks, darlings of the annual Merlefest festival, have been called “one of the most exciting, inventive and fun acoustic bands on the planet.” The Belleville Outfit, now touring the country with their new album Time to Stand, have been recently nominated as “Best New and Emerging Artist” by the Americana Music Association.
Hub City Empty Bowls
10 a.m. - 2 p.m. in the Plaza at Chapman Cultural Center.
3 - 7 p.m. at The Showroom.
Open to the public
Eat Soup… Keep the Bowl… Feed the Hungry
Help feed local hungry citizens by purchasing a bowl of soup served in a handmade bowl for a $15. All of the bowls are made by volunteers in the community. The soup is donated by local restaurants. All proceeds go to a local charity that feeds the hungry. Keep the souvenir bowl as a reminder of helping others.
Hub City Empty Bowls is being headed by Jim Cullen, a local potter and pottery instructor at the Spartanburg Art Museum (SAM) Art School. HUB-BUB is partnering with Carolina Clay Artists, SAM’s Art School and Chapman Cultural Center in this project.
The goal of Empty Bowls is to raise money to help organizations fight hunger, to raise awareness about the issues of hunger and food security and to help bring about an attitude that will not allow hunger to exist.
For more information about Hub City Empty Bowls, please email HubCityEmptyBowls@gmail.com or call Jim Cullen at 320-5358.
The Empty Bowls Project, a grassroots movement to help end hunger, started in North Carolina. From its humble beginnings as a meal for the staff of one high school, Empty Bowls has spread across the United States and beyond and has raised tens of millions of dollars for anti-hunger organizations.
Figure Drawing Session -
10/11/09 - Sunday
3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Please join HUB-BUB for figure drawing sessions led by artist-in-residence, Greg Bae. Each session is $10 and can be paid at the door. HUB-BUB has limited easels and participants are responsibile for their own supplies.
Contact Alix at HUB-BUB for more details: firstname.lastname@example.org