Foundling Fellow Project: Soup for 100

05 November 2012

Celebrating our 2012 Foundling Fellows.

Soup for 100 is one hundred creative people gathered together to share a simple meal. The emerging and the established of arts and education meet and share ideas, in a recreation of William Hogarth’s gathering of artists in the eighteenth century at the Foundling Hospital before the foundation of the Royal Academy of Arts.

This event is invite only and forms part of the Museum’s Foundling Fellow projects. The Foundling Museum continues to work with some of today’s leading artists, musicians, writers and performers. 

Through our projects with our Foundling Fellows Damon Albarn, Cerrie Burnell, Julian Lloyd Webber, Yinka Shonibare, Grayson Perry, Jacqueline Wilson, Emma Kirkby and Michael Morpurgo, the Museum celebrates the vision of Coram, Hogarth and Handel and the dynamic relationship that can exist between the arts, child welfare and philanthropy.

Ingredients supplied by The Peoples Supermarket.

Soup for 100 has been supported by ARTISJUSTAWORD.

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