Empty Bowl Annual Fundraiser at the Gardiner Museum

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Empty Bowl Annual Fundraiser
The Gardiner Museum
October 12th, 2023

 

For over 25 years, the Gardiner Museum has hosted Empty Bowls to raise funds for Anishnawbe Health Toronto (@supportanishnawbe), an Indigenous foundation committed to enacting positive change through traditional and Western healthcare practices.

Mark your calendars for October 12! After a two-year hiatus and virtual event in 2022, our famous annual fundraiser, Empty Bowls, is back in-person at the #GardinerMuseum. Tickets are already 75% sold out! 🥣

Here’s how it works:

Choose a handmade ceramic bowl, generously donated by talented local potters, and use it to sample a variety of delicious soups made by renowned Ontario chefs. Take your bowl home after the event as a reminder of your contribution!

All proceeds from the event go directly to Anishnawbe Health Toronto.

Purchase tickets online here.

2023 Chefs & Restaurants:

CABIN at the McMichael Canadian Art Collection Restaurant; Chef Adam Lafleur (@aflafleur), The Constantine (@constantine_toronto); Chef Bianca Azupardo, Clay Restaurant at the Gardiner Museum (@clay.restaurant); Chef Donna Dooher, Mildred’s Temple Kitchen (@mildredstemplekitchen); Chef Jason McLaren, Cluny Bistro & Boulangerie (@clunydistillery); Chef John Morris (@chefjohnmorris), JLB Kitchen (@jlb.kitchen); Chef Joseph Shawana (@joseph.shawana); Chef Keith Hoare, Thistletown Collegiate Institute (@tcichefs); Chef Lorenzo Loseto, GEORGE Restaurant (@georgeonqueen); Chef Suman Ali (@chefsumanali); Chef Ted Reader (@tedgrills); Chef Tulio Gabriel Resende Lessa, Centennial College’s School of Culinary Arts (@centennialcollege)

Potters & Guilds:
Audrey Mah, Arlene Kushnir, Atsuko Kobasigawa, Cathy Allen, Denise del Mundo, Gwen Friedman, Hatice Erdoğan, Heidi McKenzie, Ingersoll Creative Arts Center, Janet Hinkle, Karen Franzen, Susan Card, Minda Davis, Veronika von Nostitz-Tait, Mississauga Potters’ Guild, Toronto Potters, The Potter’s Studio, Talia Silva, and Visual Arts at York University

In Partnership With:
Anishnawbe Health Toronto

Bread Donated By:
Fred’s Bread