Fourth Grade Spoons for Empty Bowls

Fourth grade artists have been learning how they can use their talents and effort in art to help people in their community! They each created a spoon to be donated to the Empty Bowls fundraiser that the Dearborn art Department holds each year. The money raised at this fundraiser all goes back to help members of our community through organizations like Gleaner’s Food Bank and Blessings in a Backpack.


two student made spoons three student spoons; one is yellow with a unicorn horn on top, the other has a handle that looks like a mermaid tail, and the third one has is heart shaped two student-made spoons, they are both colorful and one says "EAT EAT EAT" four student spoons; one has a rose painted on the top, one has a unicorn face on the top and a rainbow handle, one is blue and purple, and the other says "fordson" on the handle student hands working on their clay spoon


Come and see these fourth grade spoons as well as many other student-artist-made bowls at our Empty Bowls Event!  Details are below:


Empty Bowls Dinner

“a simple meal of soup and bread to fight hunger”

Receive a beautiful handmade bowl with each donation of a suggested $5.00 or more.

Monday November 19, 2018

4:00 p.m. – 6:30 p.m.

Park Place Banquet Hall

23400 Park Street, Dearborn, MI

2 blocks south of Michigan Ave. at Outer Drive

Vegan and Gluten Free soup available

painting of two hands holding a bowl of soup



The glazes used for this project were purchased with funds provided through a grant from Michigan Youth Arts!


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