INTRODUCING EP'S 8TH ANNUAL AWAKENING WEAVE THE PEOPLE
It's official! AWAKENING 8: Weave The Peopleis now underway -- all about building stronger social connections between neighborhoods in the Upper Peninsula through a series of creative community arts and engagement. By championing projects and civic engagement to rebuild and repair community bonds broken by major roadways and rapid development, WEAVE THE PEOPLE shines a light on social fragmentation to help make stronger connections.
Photo with HEART - An Inclusive Arts Community
WHO IS A COMMUNITY WEAVER?
Weavers are individuals and community leaders who shift our culture from hyper-individualism to relationalism – putting relationships at the center of our communities. They are people who selflessly engage in opportunities to foster dynamic relationships amongst neighbors. Please help us identify community weavers so Enough Pie can help support and realize their vision to make more connected, woven communities. For the community, by the community!
Photo from TALES FROM THE MANOR -- EP's radio show begins Season 2 this month
BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND: INDIGO!
INDIGO VAT SHACK debuted during Awakening IV: Indigo and will re-open to the community starting this coming Saturday, September 14th from 9am-Noon at the REDUX Contemporary Art Center Back Parking Lot (turn on Poinsett Street to access off of King Street). EP's Indigo Den Mamas will help you learn the history, science, and art of indigo. Bring NATURAL clothes or materials to dye for a small fee or receive free thread from EP to make a friendship bracelet. Enough Pie logo t-shirts also available to dye for $20. All are welcome!
EP INDIGO DYE VAT SHACK
STARTING SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 14
9am - Noon
REDUX Contemporary Art Center, 1056 King (turn on Poinsett Street off King St for back parking lot access)
CALL FOR ARTISTS!
Enough Pie is hosting an open call for local and regional artists, including graffiti artists and muralists to paint artwork on 34 columns on the maintenance road under I-26 (running from Cypress Street to Romney Street in the Upper Peninsula). Artists will be awarded stipends for their work as well as supplies, and will be partnered with community members to implement their design.