Pop-ups in the Park

There’s a park on the corner of Romney and Meeting. Deemed the Romney Street Mini Park, it’s only half an acre, but there’s nothing small about its potential…So we are teaming up with a handful of organizations, schools and artists to present a variety of performances and interactive arts activities in a little space that’s BIG on community!

Join Enough Pie for Pop-ups in the Park in the Romney Street Mini Park on March 8th, 15th and 22nd from 1:00 to 2:30. With drumming + dance, storytelling, screenprinting, DIY collages and printmaking, student talent and more, there’s something for everyone! So mark your calendars and don’t miss out, ’cause these pop-ups will come and go before you know it.

Pop-ups in the Park is free and open to the public. The Romney Street Mini Park is located at 695 Meeting Street. All activities are family-friendly and for kids of all ages. In the event of rain, pop-ups will be held at Meeting Street Academy, located at 642 Meeting Street.

MARCH 8:

Wo’se of Charleston African Dance + Drumming
Gullah Geechee Culture Education Session + Storytelling: Elder Carlie Towne of the Gullah/Geechee Angel Network with Joseph Blake

MARCH 15:
The Plantation Singers 
Redux Contemporary Art Center: Screenprinting station
Lizzy Goodrich: “What do you want to see?” Collage + Charleston Imagery Prints

MARCH 22:
Meeting Street Academy Student Orchestra
Help build mosaic hopscotch boards for the neighborhood with CPG Recipient Meryl Weber
Heal with HeARTS: Make masks based on the Native American animal totems! Learn & practice Native American drum beats and rhythms, and act out Native American animal totems while wearing masks through dance.
Community Open Mic Day: showcase your talent to family and friends!

A special thank you to our friends and co-collaborators listed below!

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