FRESH FROM THE OVEN: A Winter Arts Festival

On Thursday, January 29, starting at 8:00PM and running till 12:00 AM midnight, Sliced Bread will be hosting FRESH FROM THE OVEN: A Winter Arts Festival in the Reynolds Club!

Who: You
What: A Winter Arts Festival
Where: Reynolds Club
When: Thursday, January 29, 8:00PM-12:00AM
Why: Because you need it!

Click here to RSVP on Facebook and tell your friends about it!

We invite you to join us and fight back the snowy winter blues. No where else on campus can you stay warm, keep your stomach happy, and forget about papers and problem sets by playing with clay! The ENTIRE Reynold's Club will be open for you to play in, so come on out to Fresh from the Oven!

Arts and Crafts with HYDE PARK ARTS CENTER

  • Clay Sculpting
  • Water Color Painting
  • Drawing
  • Screen Printing

Collaborative Art with SLICED BREAD and FOTA

  • Bread Mural - Pipe cleaners, googly eyes, and glitter...just like kindergarten!
  • Mega Paint Canvas - Paint whatever you want on this huge canvas.
  • Sock Puppet Project - Make something to scare your roommate(s).

Open Mic with FOTA

Student Films with FIRE ESCAPE FILMS

New Student Art Gallery Exhibit with FOTA

Dance Lessons with UC DANCERS

Music from A CAPPELLA Groups and STUDENT BANDS

  • Golosa Russian Choir
  • One Dub Dirty Love Jazz Band
  • The Butts
  • More to come!

Comedy, Performing Arts, and Theater Performances by Student Groups


LOTS AND LOTS OF FANCY FOOD! (We're not kidding about the fancy part.)

  • Tiramisu
  • Cannolli
  • Gourmet Sandwiches
  • Spinwheels
  • Raspberry Bars
  • Lemon Bars
  • Buffalo Wings
  • Asparagus wrapped in Prosciutto or Sirloin Beef
  • Sushi
  • Samosas
  • Falafels
  • Assorted Chinese Buns
  • Brownies
  • French Chocolate
  • Cheesecake
  • Eclairs
  • Chocolate Croissants from Medici
  • Bagels from Einsteins
  • Fruit and Cheese Trays
  • Root Beer Floats
  • Ice Cream Sundaes
  • Hot Chocolate

Fresh from the Oven is generously sponsored by the UnCommon Fund, Student Government, and The College at the University of Chicago.