Hill Top Preparatory School, a private day school for children in grades 5 through 12 with diagnosed learning differences, will present “Art Soup,” an evening of music, spoken word, visual arts, and community to benefit the Radnor and Strath Haven locations of ABC (A Better Chance) House.
On the evening of Friday, December 13th, the Hill Top Preparatory School will transform the Bryn Mawr Septa Train Station into an exhibit and performance space. This space will not only showcase Hill Top student art but will also provide a venue for musical performances from the Hill Top House Band and Hill Top Singers, as well as open mic opportunities for poetry, rap, short stories, etc.
The art students at Hill Top have handcrafted a variety of greeting cards to be sold at the event, with all proceeds going to benefit the Radnor and Strath Haven locations of ABC House. There will also be T-shirts for sale displaying original student conceived art, brought to life by Mike Williams of Red Fox Graphics in Broomall Pa. Local artist Karen Bernstein of the Wayne Arts Center, Wayne, Pa., has graciously donated her time and talent to create ceramic “Art Soup” bowls to be auctioned off; again with the proceeds going to benefit the Radnor and Strath Haven locations of ABC (A Better Chance) House.
The Radnor and Strath Haven locations of ABC House were selected by Hill Top Preparatory School as “Art Soup” benefit event recipients for the wonderful work they do in providing opportunities for disadvantaged youth to achieve academic success, and thus, success in life. For more info about ABC House, please visit Radnor A Better Chance at http://radnorabc.org, and Strath Haven A Better Chance at http://abcstrathhaven.org.