Movement Monday

Movement Monday

Nov 27, 4:00pm - Nov 27, 5:00pm

1503 King St. Suite 200 Charleston, SC

"Get up offa that thing, and dance till you feel better.
Get up offa that thing, and try to release some pressure."
- James Brown

WEEKLY! Join EP for MOVEMENT MONDAY at Reverb Charleston in the Pacific Box & Company development in a second story light-filled box above Workshop on Upper King in the Upper Peninsula.

This guided movement class is based on Nia, a dance-inspired technique that combines the dance, martial, and healing arts to stimulate physical, mental, and emotional well-being. It's really a joyful time to move and be comfortable in your own body. And the music is awesome!

Check out a fun music mix here: open.spotify.com/user/cathrynzommer/playlist/59bPxvd4kfnMvsT3UjPgSF

Plan to dance barefoot. All are welcome, and all donations (recommended: $5-20) support Enough Pie, a non-profit using creativity to connect and empower our community.

Knitting & Crochet Circle

Knitting & Crochet Circle

Nov 27, 5:30pm - Nov 27, 6:30pm

St. Julian Devine Center
1 Cooper St
Charleston, SC  29403 Map

Knitters Unite!

Come together to work towards sculptures related to mobility, like walking, skateboarding, biking, and more.

Let us explain. Last year, the knitting circle produced three amazing waves that illustrated sea level rise projections. This go-round, we will create a collaborative knitting project for AWAKENING VI: MOTION (May 2018). This AWAKENING will shine a light on the need for bike paths, safe sidewalks, and world class public transportation -- equality in mobility. The idea is to make a sculpture garden at St. Julian Devine with a knitted bicycle, roller blades, skateboard, etc.

While we have some needles and yarn, we encourage you to bring (and/or donate) materials to the project if you are able. Drop off any yarn or knitting material donations at St. Julian during business hours (1 Cooper Street).

Please share this information with your church circle, your neighbors, your colleagues, your friends. All are welcome -- participation is free, open to any level of knitting experience. Forward this email, or check out enoughpie.org/events.

See you soon!
Team Enough Pie

Movement Monday

Movement Monday

Dec 4, 4:00pm - Dec 4, 5:00pm

1503 King St. Suite 200 Charleston, SC

"Get up offa that thing, and dance till you feel better.
Get up offa that thing, and try to release some pressure."
- James Brown

WEEKLY! Join EP for MOVEMENT MONDAY at Reverb Charleston in the Pacific Box & Company development in a second story light-filled box above Workshop on Upper King in the Upper Peninsula.

This guided movement class is based on Nia, a dance-inspired technique that combines the dance, martial, and healing arts to stimulate physical, mental, and emotional well-being. It's really a joyful time to move and be comfortable in your own body. And the music is awesome!

Check out a fun music mix here: open.spotify.com/user/cathrynzommer/playlist/59bPxvd4kfnMvsT3UjPgSF

Plan to dance barefoot. All are welcome, and all donations (recommended: $5-20) support Enough Pie, a non-profit using creativity to connect and empower our community.

Fully Awake: Film Screening

Fully Awake: Film Screening

Dec 4, 7:00pm - Dec 4, 9:00pm

St. Julian Devine Center
1 Cooper St
Charleston, SC  29403 Map

Curious about experimentation and art? Wonder how communities awaken with creativity? Come watch the documentary film FULLY AWAKE by Enough Pie's Executive Director Cathryn Davis Zommer and join us for an exciting conversation afterwards.

Hidden in the mountains of Western North Carolina, Black Mountain College (1933–1957) was an influential experiment in education that inspired and shaped twentieth century American art. Created as an experiment of “education in a democracy,” the central idea was that the creative arts and practical responsibilities are equal in importance to the development of the intellect. The emphasis was that learning and living are intimately connected.

Highly democratic and faculty-owned, the school promoted educational of the whole person: head, heart, and hand. Practical responsibilities and the creative arts were viewed as equally important components to intellectual development. During WWII, Black Mountain College was a haven for refugee European artists such as Josef and Anni Albers who arrived from the Bauhaus in Germany. In the socially conservative 1940s and 50s, the college also became a refuge for the American avant–garde, (Franz Kline, John Cage, Buckminster Fuller, Merce Cunningham, Robert Creeley, Jacob Lawrence, Willem de Kooning, Robert Rauschenberg, and M.C. Richards). FULLY AWAKE explores how the confluence of this diverse community came together to create a unique educational model.

“Fully Awake stands as a valuable resource, a record of a radical experiment that succeeded brilliantly for almost a quarter century, and as affirmation of the potential of educational institutions to profoundly impact lives and springload creative development.”

– Amy White, Independent Weekly

Movement Monday

Movement Monday

Dec 11, 4:00pm - Dec 11, 5:00pm

1503 King St. Suite 200 Charleston, SC

"Get up offa that thing, and dance till you feel better.
Get up offa that thing, and try to release some pressure."
- James Brown

WEEKLY! Join EP for MOVEMENT MONDAY at Reverb Charleston in the Pacific Box & Company development in a second story light-filled box above Workshop on Upper King in the Upper Peninsula.

This guided movement class is based on Nia, a dance-inspired technique that combines the dance, martial, and healing arts to stimulate physical, mental, and emotional well-being. It's really a joyful time to move and be comfortable in your own body. And the music is awesome!

Check out a fun music mix here: open.spotify.com/user/cathrynzommer/playlist/59bPxvd4kfnMvsT3UjPgSF

Plan to dance barefoot. All are welcome, and all donations (recommended: $5-20) support Enough Pie, a non-profit using creativity to connect and empower our community.

Movement Monday

Movement Monday

Dec 18, 4:00pm - Dec 18, 5:00pm

1503 King St. Suite 200 Charleston, SC

"Get up offa that thing, and dance till you feel better.
Get up offa that thing, and try to release some pressure."
- James Brown

WEEKLY! Join EP for MOVEMENT MONDAY at Reverb Charleston in the Pacific Box & Company development in a second story light-filled box above Workshop on Upper King in the Upper Peninsula.

This guided movement class is based on Nia, a dance-inspired technique that combines the dance, martial, and healing arts to stimulate physical, mental, and emotional well-being. It's really a joyful time to move and be comfortable in your own body. And the music is awesome!

Check out a fun music mix here: open.spotify.com/user/cathrynzommer/playlist/59bPxvd4kfnMvsT3UjPgSF

Plan to dance barefoot. All are welcome, and all donations (recommended: $5-20) support Enough Pie, a non-profit using creativity to connect and empower our community.

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