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IF THE ONLY PRAYER YOU EVER SAY IN YOUR ENTIRE LIFE IS THANK YOU,
IT WILL BE ENOUGH.
-Meister Eckhart

We are so honored to have worked with such amazing community artists and activists. We wish we could shout out every single person that contribute to Enough Pie's outreach -- but the list would be as long as Santa's. The HUNDREDS (yes hundreds) of volunteers, organizations, collaborators, artists, idea makers, wood cutters, hammer wielders, fence painters, turn table spinners, that made 2018 a year to remember are true MVPs and heroes. 

We believe that connecting people with creativity, arts, food, and joy is vital to building more empowered and connected communities. This year Enough Pie collaborated on 71 events! That is 71 opportunities to get to know your neighbor, 71 opportunities to learn a new skill, 71 times to make your voice heard.  

Through you and our partners, Enough Pie helped to create some beautiful infrastructure for everyone in Charleston to use, including:

BUTTERFLY BOOK NOOK: a free & open community garden on King Street
3 (soon to be 4) Artistic Bus Shelters
14 Creative Crosswalks on King Street with Charleston Moves
6 Poetry Installations with UP Restaurants

PLEASE CHECK OUT SOME OF OUR PROJECTS, AWESOME COLLABORATORS & AMAZING EVENTS FOR NEW YEAR INSPIRATION.

WHAT CAN YOU CREATE IN 2019?
...and how can we support your vision?
Top: Creative bus stop designed and built by Megan Tomasso at the International Longshoreman's Association with artwork on the outside by Patch Whiskey.
Top Middle Left: The pavilion at the Butterfly Book Nook, 1020 King Street, First African Child Development Center, was built by Clemson's School of Architecture program
Top Middle Right:  A Poplar St crosswalk designed and painted by Ill Vibe The Tribe
Bottom Middle Left: PLEASE SLOW DOWN traffic calming signs by Lisa Shimko. 
Bottom Middle Right:  Butterfly Book Nook welcome sign designed and built by AIA Charleston and painted by Katie Petterson.
Bottom Left: 20-Page Children's Activity Book led by Kim Odom Williams
Bottom Right:  Artwork for AWAKENING: MOTION by Dogon Krigga
Top: Clemson Architecture students and Concrete Couch weld and raise the archway of the Butterfly Book Nook.
Bottom Left: Artist David Boatwright paints a new mural on Santi's (Dec 2018) 
Bottom Right: Artist Dogon Krigga art directs photo shoot for AWAKENING: MOTION.
Top: The wonderful John L. Dart Library team holds up EP's Community Rag Quilt (started for Awakening: Indigo) at the 90th Anniversary party.
Bottom Left: The Devine Knitters work on squares for the sailboat sculpture at St. Julian Devine Community Center.
Bottom Right:  Savannah of Charleston Moves and Megan of Gotcha table at Laundry Matters for JustRide, Charleston's new affordable bike share program.
Top: Our monthly potluck with the Butterfly Book Nook neighborhood committee.  
Bottom Left: Avery Kennedy-Penuel & Kaelyn Robinson, ACBA seniors, sit in their artistic bus stop with their professors on Meeting Street.
Bottom Right: Piemakers Allison & Jamie Nadeau, owners of Ink Meet Paper, holding EP's "Recipe for a Joyful Community" they printed for AWAKENING: Nourish.
Top:  College of Charleston dance instructors, students, and neighbors dance under I-26 for the AWAKENING: MOTION Finale.
Bottom Left:  Residents demand a 4-way stop at the intersection of Meeting and Brigade Street, organized with mobility activists Charleston Moves.
Bottom Right:  People dance the night away to the Illadel and DJ Sista Misses at Royal American for Fake Race, presented by Charleston Sticks Together.
Top: North Central neighbors paint rocks to line the Butterfly Book Nook with Artist & Craftsman Uptown.
Bottom Left: Community members enjoy huge bubble art with Good Clean Fun.
Bottom Right: Charleston residents parade up King Street for AWAKENING: Motion.
Have an idea? Want to get involved? 

ALL ARE WELCOME. ALWAYS.

Call, email or drop by. Thank you for your support, your love, and your willingness to roll up your sleeves and do the hard work.

Peace be with you, and HAPPY NEW YEAR!
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