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This Saturday! MOTION Kickoff Parade
Please join us this Saturday to kick this thing off right! From our Butterfly Book Nook @ First African (1020 King across from Food Lion) processing up King Street to our MOTION installation at FRAMEwork (0 Mt. Pleasant Street across from Santi's)... LET'S MAKE A JOYOUS NOISE!

All modes of transportation are welcome. Now is the time to bust out the bikes, skateboards, scooters and unicycles as we take back our streets and highlight public spaces for people. Bring your friends, family and neighbors.

Want to see the entire AWAKENING: MOTION schedule of events in May? All are free and open to all so check out the full schedule HERE.
Neighborhood Partnership: CREATIVE CROSSWALKS
Ill Vibe The Tribe is an artist collective working to increase visibility for local, underground artist in Charleston,SC. 
WHO OWNS THE STREETS? WE DO!

The people are taking back the streets with art to slow down traffic and bring joy to their neighborhoods.  Below are some highlights from the 14 creative crosswalks.

Wanna check them out? Take a joyful walk with us this Saturday, April 28th at the Charleston Moves & Enough Pie MOTION Kick Off Parade!
"Love & Unity" by Katie Petterson on Cypress Street
"The Imagination Crosswalk" by Heather Thornton at Poplar Street
"P-Nut Block" by P-Nut on Simons Street
In The News: Awakening Articles


"These art installations, part of Enough Pie & Charleston Moves' upcoming Awakening: MOTION, not only make the crossings more visible to drivers, they make visible how simple and joyful it can be to create positive change." - Stephanie Hunt

FULL ARTICLE HERE


"The beauty of Enough Pie's initiative is clear — who doesn't love public art? Even today, as I snapped photos of the King Street crosswalks, I felt a pang of longing for the experience of commuting, by foot, to work every day." - Connelly Hardaway

FULL ARTICLE HERE


On Sun. May 6 at 4 p.m., in collaboration with Enough Pie and Charleston Moves' Awakening: Motion, head to the Saint Julian Devine Community Center for a walk to the Eastside Community Development Corporation on America Street, focusing on the "unique character and walkability of Charleston's Eastside neighborhood." City staff and neighborhood leaders will be involved in this conversation.

FULL ARTICLE HERE
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