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Good morning EF. I recently heard that there was a leadership change at EF? Is that true? Can someone from the Board of Directors please reach out to me? [email protected]
This lapel pin was found in someone's front yard. Is there any way I can get some info on it please?
::::disclaimer:::: this is the picture from an article.I will post the picture of the pin that was found in the comments.
Great seeing everyone today!
Lobby of Vedue Hotel
This is great... had no idea you existed! Need more PR! :)
Thanks for taking the time to talk with us at ABC News 4 about your project. Here’s the story that ran last night:
Come help support The Charleston Clemente Course, which provides two free humanities classes at Trident Technical College Downtown Palmer Campus to homeless people. When students come to class, they get a free meal, a bus pass, and access to resources, as well as a first step into improving their lives. Other nonprofits will be joining us, and include: People Against R**e, Sophia Institute, SURJ, Indivisible Charleston, CATS and WAF, CofC Women’s and Gender Studies, League of Women Voters, and The Able Life Foundation. Come celebrate the diversity we love in our community - and support the organizations who make a difference.
Poetry in your face!
~~PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT: PLEASE DRINK SOME BEER~~

Looking for an excuse to try the new Edmund's Oast Brewery, 1505 King Street Extension? $1 from every beer sold on Tap 1 will go to our Butterfly Book Nook!

The goal of the Butterfly Book Nook is to enrich the community by building an interactive, beautiful place to share stories, dance, read, sing, check out a book, and so much more.

Check out more details here: enoughpie.org/butterflybooknook

And come eat some pizza and get jovial with us at the Pollinator Parade & Garden Groundbreaking on October 1st.

Could not do it without our partners:
Historic Charleston Foundation Cynthia Graham Hurd Foundation Artist & Craftsman Supply Charleston Uptown Redux Contemporary Art Center Keep Charleston Beautiful John L Dart REMARK The Boeing Company Lowe's Home Improvement

#EnoughPie #EdmondsOast
We would love for you and your friends, and supporters to join us.

Enough Pie is a catalyst for community engagement in the upper peninsula of Charleston, SC through partnerships, artistic collaborations and placemaking.

Using creativity to engage and connect our community.

Public Art in the Upper Peninsula: Variable Boundaries • Enough Pie 11/10/2021

Public Art in the Upper Peninsula: Variable Boundaries • Enough Pie

AWAKENING V: King Tide
The King Tide AWAKENING assembled a team of artists, scientists, organizations and thought leaders to shine a light on rising waters through public art, parades, lectures and events.

Over 15 public art installations and events took place over the course of a month with the purpose of addressing the issues of flooded streets and rising waters, which are getting worse every year, leaving many of the most under-resourced neighborhoods extremely vulnerable. #AwakeningInTENtion

Public Art in the Upper Peninsula: Variable Boundaries • Enough Pie ‘Variable Boundaries’ is a photographic series exploring Charleston’s complex relationship with the seas and rising waters.

Awakening IV: Indigo • Enough Pie 11/01/2021

Awakening IV: Indigo • Enough Pie

AWAKENING IV: Indigo

Enough Pie’s first AWAKENING to last more than one day, Indigo was a month-long event that highlighted the history of the indigo plant through immersive experiences and art.

The event was held in the small park behind the Joseph Floyd Manor, a public housing facility designated for elderly and differently-abled citizens, where community members - black, white, young, and old - could be found huddled together, hands dyed blue, as they held fabrics and t-shirts in one of the four indigo vats onsite.

#AwakeningInTENtion

Awakening IV: Indigo • Enough Pie On Saturday, June 4 2016, Enough Pie hosted our fourth annual AWAKENING in the backyard of the high rise building Joseph Floyd Manor in the Upper Peninsula. The community enjoyed indigo-inspired art…

Photos from The Sustainability Institute's post 10/25/2021

Photos from The Sustainability Institute's post

Awakening III (Solstice 2013) • Enough Pie 10/25/2021

Awakening III (Solstice 2013) • Enough Pie

AWAKENING III: Solstice

Always trying to find more ways to get art and murals into the public realm, Enough Pie teamed up with the owner of a vacant lot and “L” shaped building on Huger Street. We put out a call for muralists - local, national and international- and produced a beautifully curated set of walls.

On June 17th, a few days before the AWAKENING, nine worshippers were murdered in a racial hate crime Mother Emanuel AME Church. EP contemplated canceling our event, but artists and community members encouraged us to continue as planned, offering a safe space for grieving.

Local artist, Tim Hussey, came back and amended his mural adding nine tears. With dance, prayer, singing and a candlelight vigil, we mourned together.

#AwakeningInTENtion

Awakening III (Solstice 2013) • Enough Pie Let the sunshine in! Throughout June 2015, a group of local artists + collaborators will transform a corner lot cement warehouse on Huger Street with a series of vibrant murals and installations…

Awakening II: Fieldwork • Enough Pie 10/22/2021

Awakening II: Fieldwork • Enough Pie

Much like the original AWAKENING, the second took place at 1630 Meeting Street, but outdoors. Artists were able to connect with the neighbors and natural surroundings via installations, dance and theater. #AwakeningInTENtion

Awakening II: Fieldwork • Enough Pie Awakening II: Fieldwork was an all-day arts experience that actively engages the outdoor spaces of 1630 Meeting. Last year, Enough Pie challenged artists to awaken the building using its vacant rooms…

10/21/2021

🎨The first AWAKENING was a pop-up art installation at 1630 Meeting Street. The building had yet to undergo any renovations and was a blank canvas for artists.

🎨Enough Pie put out a call for creative ideas, and used a blind jury to select over thirty artists.

🎨The only stipulation was a 3 day set-up for a one-day event with one day to dismantle in an old building with no water, AC, or electricity! On the day of the event, over 1,000 people showed up to see a full range of creativity from local artists.

💡What fueled THE AWAKENING? EP wanted to give artists, emerging and well-known, the opportunity to move beyond studio and gallery walls. A space to directly connect with the community and most importantly, pay them with an artist stipend to support their creative growth.

💡What happened after THE AWAKENING? EP created a network of artists and began to engage them in community building and brought the ideas of creative placemaking to a larger audience.

🪴Installation by Sarah Mitchell

#awakeninginTENtion

🎨The first AWAKENING was a pop-up art installation at 1630 Meeting Street. The building had yet to undergo any renovations and was a blank canvas for artists.

🎨Enough Pie put out a call for creative ideas, and used a blind jury to select over thirty artists.

🎨The only stipulation was a 3 day set-up for a one-day event with one day to dismantle in an old building with no water, AC, or electricity! On the day of the event, over 1,000 people showed up to see a full range of creativity from local artists.

💡What fueled THE AWAKENING? EP wanted to give artists, emerging and well-known, the opportunity to move beyond studio and gallery walls. A space to directly connect with the community and most importantly, pay them with an artist stipend to support their creative growth.

💡What happened after THE AWAKENING? EP created a network of artists and began to engage them in community building and brought the ideas of creative placemaking to a larger audience.

🪴Installation by Sarah Mitchell

#awakeninginTENtion

10/21/2021

📢 Join us for our Open House & an opportunity for walk-in interviews for our award-winning AmeriCorps-affiliated Environmental Conservation Corps!

This is a paid training program for young adults to gain skills in energy conservation and habitat stewardship.

💙 Participants receive:
* Hands-on experience while serving Lowcountry communities
* Living allowance & education award
* Industry certifications & training (e.g. Master Rain Gardener, habitat restoration, energy efficiency, building performance, forklift operation)
* Soft skills training (e.g. financial literacy, career readiness, leadership development, self-esteem/confidence)
* Job placement support
* & More!

💙 Eligibility:
* Ages 17-24
* No prior experience necessary
* South Carolina resident
* High school diploma or GED (can be in progress to obtain GED)
* Willingness to complete background check (individuals with past court involvement are encouraged to apply)
* To ensure the safety of our team & community, all SI team members must be vaccinated against COVID-19

✅ Apply Now! Limited spots available: https://linktr.ee/sustainabilityinstitutesc

Join this unique opportunity to work with extraordinary organizations serving our communities: Enough Pie, LowCountry Alliance for Model Communities, Lowcountry Youth Services, The Charity Foundation, Eastside Community Development Corporation

#AmeriCorps #Conservation #WorkforceDevelopment #Environment #Sustainability #EnergyEfficiency #GreenBuilding #TheCorpsNetwork #GreenEnergy #ClimateAction #ClimateSolutions #EnvironmentalJustice #CareerReady

Timeline Photos 10/20/2021

Don't forget your books to donate to the Free Little Library in the Butterfly Book Nook!

See you Sunday!

Don't forget your books to donate to the Free Little Library in the Butterfly Book Nook!

See you Sunday!

Photos from The Sustainability Institute's post 10/15/2021

Photos from The Sustainability Institute's post

Timeline Photos 10/15/2021

Looking forward to a fall day in the Butterfly Garden! See you there!

Sunday, October 24th
10:00AM - 1:00PM
1020 King Street

Looking forward to a fall day in the Butterfly Garden! See you there!

Sunday, October 24th
10:00AM - 1:00PM
1020 King Street

10/13/2021

Advocates for bikers, walkers applaud CARTA North Bridge pedestrian safety initiative

CARTA is offering free rides across the North Bridge in hopes of easing worries.

Advocates for bikers, walkers applaud CARTA North Bridge pedestrian safety initiative For years, bike and pedestrian advocates have expressed concern about travel on the North Bridge, which connects West Ashley to North Charleston. Starting this week, CARTA is offering free rides across the bridge in hopes of easing those worries. Caption: Advocates for bikers, walkers applaud CARTA'

Timeline Photos 10/12/2021

Although we love them, creative placemaking is more than beautiful murals! It's a strategy for illuminating community stories. #AwakeningInTENtion

Although we love them, creative placemaking is more than beautiful murals! It's a strategy for illuminating community stories. #AwakeningInTENtion

Huger Street — Design Division 10/07/2021

Huger Street — Design Division

Have you been following the Huger Streetscape Project?

"From the beginning (2014), this project has included elements that would improve the safety and functionality for pedestrians and cyclists. Huger Street has long been regarded as a main East / West vehicular connection in the upper Charleston Peninsula."

Huger Street — Design Division The Huger Streetscape project is the final piece of the Mitigation Agreement intended to offset impacts from the construction of the Arthur Ravenel Bridge.  From the beginning (2014), this project has included elements that would improve the safety and functionality for pedestrians and cyclists.  ...

10/06/2021

The General William Moultrie Playground ribbon cutting ceremony was rescheduled from September 9th to Wednesday, October 7th. The ceremony will be held from 4:30-7:30 p.m. at 41 Ashley Ave.! Visit the Facebook event below for more details.

https://www.facebook.com/events/41-ashley-ave-charleston-sc-29401-1804-united-states/moultrie-playground-ribbon-cutting-and-celebration/162769332649578/

Common High Ground: How Charleston’s Artists Are Responding to Climate Change — THE BITTER SOUTHERNER 10/05/2021

Common High Ground: How Charleston’s Artists Are Responding to Climate Change — THE BITTER SOUTHERNER

In Case You Missed It: The Bitter Southerner's "Common High Ground" article was featured in a newsletter by The New York Times! Check out the original article with perspectives from Charleston creatives, including Enough Pie. #AwakeningInTENtion

Common High Ground: How Charleston’s Artists Are Responding to Climate Change — THE BITTER SOUTHERNER Is it the role of artists to save a sinking city or to document the water’s reclamation of it?

Photos from Enough Pie's post 10/05/2021

Anyone else think about the AWAKENING: King Tide murals on rainy days? 🌊🐢
https://enoughpie.org/event/public-art-in-the-upper-peninsula-under-the-sea/

#AwakeningInTENtion

Charleston Peninsula Sea Wall update | CHSToday 10/04/2021

Charleston Peninsula Sea Wall update | CHSToday

"The total cost of the project has decreased from $1.7 billion to $1.1 billion. The City of Charleston would contribute 35% + the federal government would contribute the other 65%. For every $1 invested in the project, there will be an estimated $10.20 return on investment." CHStoday

Charleston Peninsula Sea Wall update | CHSToday The US Army Corps of Engineers recently released an update on its Charleston Peninsula Sea Wall proposal. We highlighted the key details.

Lowcountry and Rwandan women weave 'sweetgrass baskets of peace' 10/01/2021

Lowcountry and Rwandan women weave 'sweetgrass baskets of peace'

"In 2017, Eggleston joined a gathering of Southern mayors in Charleston to explore how “civil rights cities” could work with local craftspeople and growers to create standards for home-based workers and the marketplace they might serve. She brought with her lessons learned in Rwanda." via The Post and Courier

Lowcountry and Rwandan women weave 'sweetgrass baskets of peace' A Bloomberg Philanthropies initiative merges with the city of Charleston's interest in promoting racial reconciliation and assisting the area's basket makers.

Fall outlook from Lowcountry arts groups: What's next in the face of the Delta variant? | Ga***rd & Dorothy Donnelley Foundation 09/29/2021

Fall outlook from Lowcountry arts groups: What's next in the face of the Delta variant? | Ga***rd & Dorothy Donnelley Foundation

"The Ga***rd And Dorothy Donnelley Foundation + SC Arts Commission released a fall arts update: Lowcountry art groups are struggling in the pandemic." via CHStoday

Fall outlook from Lowcountry arts groups: What's next in the face of the Delta variant? | Ga***rd & Dorothy Donnelley Foundation Longtime boosters of the arts in the Lowcountry and Chicago, the Ga***rd and Dorothy Donnelley Foundation (GDDF) collaborated with Together SC and the SC Arts Commission to survey 3,782 arts, culture, and humanities nonprofits in the spring of 2021. They aimed to take a pulse...

Better North Bridge Ride 09/28/2021

Better North Bridge Ride

Don't miss your chance to enjoy the view of the Ashley River while also getting a chance to exercise! Charleston Moves

Better North Bridge Ride Join us to support a safe and equitable North Bridge crossing! Join us for a police-escorted bike ride over the North Bridge and along key North Charleston corridors we are working to upgrade.

Photos from Enough Pie's post 09/27/2021

Honored to have shared the stage with such wonderful company last week at #PechaKucha! Looking forward to sharing more opportunities with you very soon!

Photos from Enough Pie's post 09/21/2021

We’re looking for an artist to add a little pizazz to the Vivian Moultrie Park Blessing Box! 🎨✨

Please comment below or send us a message with your email address if you’re interested!

Timeline Photos 09/21/2021

The great return of PechaKucha is tonight!

Do you see a familiar name on the PechaKucha 37 presenter list? Looking forward to seeing EP Interim Executive Director, Thetyka Robinson, take the Charleston Music Hall stage on September 21st! Tickets are on sale now!

https://www.charlestonmusichall.com/event/pechakucha-37-the-great-return/

11 ugly urban underpasses now functioning as public parks 09/15/2021

11 ugly urban underpasses now functioning as public parks

While Vivian Moultrie Park didn't make the list, we can certainly relate to the excitement of revitalizing a community through the transformation of an underpass.

11 ugly urban underpasses now functioning as public parks How cities across North America are transforming wasted space into community hot spots.

Common High Ground: How Charleston’s Artists Are Responding to Climate Change — THE BITTER SOUTHERNER 09/15/2021

Common High Ground: How Charleston’s Artists Are Responding to Climate Change — THE BITTER SOUTHERNER

"It is true; nature is speaking to us. Our job now is to learn how to listen. Enough Pie believes — and I agree — that art is the thing that can provide the language for these conversations, the toolkit to allow us to find overlap with one another, despite an array of lived experiences."

- Spencer George, Common High Ground: How Charleston's Artists Are Responding to Climate Change

Thank you Spencer and The Bitter Southerner for sharing Enough Pie, and our neighbors', perspectives on climate change.

https://bittersoutherner.com/feature/2021/common-high-ground-how-charlestons-artists-are-responding-to-climate-change

Common High Ground: How Charleston’s Artists Are Responding to Climate Change — THE BITTER SOUTHERNER Is it the role of artists to save a sinking city or to document the water’s reclamation of it?

Is This the Future of Civic Engagement? 09/13/2021

Is This the Future of Civic Engagement?

"Finding a way to engage the whole community was important in Slavic Village, a neighborhood which has in some respects walked a tightrope through the difficult history of demographic and social change in Cleveland."

Is This the Future of Civic Engagement? Cleveland’s “richest poor neighborhood” is empowering its neighbors to help each other.

Timeline Photos 09/10/2021

We are seeking four passionate and dynamic interns for Fall 2021! Undergraduate and graduate students from local higher education institutions are invited to apply for our advocacy intern and listening session facilitation intern positions. Click the link below for details.

https://enoughpie.org/job-opportunities/enough-pie-seeks-interns-fall-2021/

We are seeking four passionate and dynamic interns for Fall 2021! Undergraduate and graduate students from local higher education institutions are invited to apply for our advocacy intern and listening session facilitation intern positions. Click the link below for details.

https://enoughpie.org/job-opportunities/enough-pie-seeks-interns-fall-2021/

Timeline Photos 09/10/2021

Do you see a familiar name on the PechaKucha 37 presenter list? Looking forward to seeing EP Interim Executive Director, Thetyka Robinson, take the Charleston Music Hall stage on September 21st! Tickets are on sale now!

https://www.charlestonmusichall.com/event/pechakucha-37-the-great-return/

Do you see a familiar name on the PechaKucha 37 presenter list? Looking forward to seeing EP Interim Executive Director, Thetyka Robinson, take the Charleston Music Hall stage on September 21st! Tickets are on sale now!

https://www.charlestonmusichall.com/event/pechakucha-37-the-great-return/

In the heart of South Philly’s Southeast Asian community, painting a street mural to improve pedestrian safety and ‘create a sense of hope’ 09/08/2021

In the heart of South Philly’s Southeast Asian community, painting a street mural to improve pedestrian safety and ‘create a sense of hope’

We love this combination of creative placemaking and pedestrian safety!

In the heart of South Philly’s Southeast Asian community, painting a street mural to improve pedestrian safety and ‘create a sense of hope’ The project, run by the Southeast Asian Mutual Assistance Association Coalition (SEAMAAC), aims to serve business owners and residents who hail from countries such as Cambodia, Vietnam, and Honduras.

Public Invited to Celebrate Renovated Moultrie Playground 09/08/2021

Public Invited to Celebrate Renovated Moultrie Playground

Tomorrow!

Public Invited to Celebrate Renovated Moultrie Playground Press Release The Charleston Parks Conservancy, residents, and donors will gather in September to celebrate the renovation of Moultrie Playground near Colonial Lake. The public is invited to a ribbon cutting ceremony with Charleston Mayor John Tecklenburg. The event is 4:30 pm to 7:30 pm on Thursday...

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