AWAKENING: NOURISH

Nourish

AWAKENING: MOTION CALL FOR VOLUNTEERS, NEIGHBORS, BUILDERS, EVERYONE!

CALLING ARTISTS! NEIGHBORS! ACTORS! ACTIVISTS! CREATIVES! COLLABORATORS! EVERYONE! AWAKENING: MOTION WILL TAKE PLACE FROM MAY 1 - JUNE 1, 2018 IN CHARLESTON'S UPPER PENINSULA. For general information: bennett@enoughpie.org or 843-972-3253 Want to MAKE something meaningful for our community? So do we. Enough Pie & Charleston Moves invite you to get involved with one of the [...]

Awakening V: King Tide

Click here to learn about Awakening V: King Tide!

Awakening III (Solstice 2013)

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 inspired by a cornerstone mural from globally acclaimed graffiti artist Odeith. The transformation will culminate at Midsummer with a celebration on June 20th [...]

AWAKENING IV: INDIGO

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, storytelling, dance, music from Ohm Radio 96.3FM, food from Roti Rolls + One80 Place, and weave the fence with Artist & Craftsman. As the sun set, we [...]

Awakening II: Fieldwork

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, walls and hallways as their inspiration. This year, we’re breaking out of the bricks and mortar framework into the adjacent outdoor spaces, allowing artists only two days to transform the site [...]

AWAKENING: Our First Ever

We are still in awe of our first ever Awakening. 1000+ attendees braved the heat and humidity to enjoy 17 different installations, interactive pieces and performances from a group of 33 artists. There were boats and birdcages. A staircase of keys to your creativity. Hanging teacups, neon zebras, mad libs, yarnbombing and more. Artists asked: Where are [...]

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