Jim Hunt, 34th year art teacher at Vandora Springs Elementary, examines the bowls his students made for their Empty Bowls project. This is the ninth year for the project at Vandora Springs. Community members bring in 20 non-perishable food items in exchange for a clay bowl made by the students.
Jim Hunt, 34th year art teacher at Vandora Springs Elementary, examines the bowls his students made for their Empty Bowls project. This is the ninth year for the project at Vandora Springs. Community members bring in 20 non-perishable food items in exchange for a clay bowl made by the students. jalexander@newsobserver.com
Jim Hunt, 34th year art teacher at Vandora Springs Elementary, examines the bowls his students made for their Empty Bowls project. This is the ninth year for the project at Vandora Springs. Community members bring in 20 non-perishable food items in exchange for a clay bowl made by the students. jalexander@newsobserver.com

Art teacher’s version of empty bowl project teaches his students to give back

December 09, 2014 02:15 PM

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