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2018 ANNUAL REPORT & LETTER FROM EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

A joyful revolution is coming. Do you feel it?  

Craig Colorusso, the talented artist (SOUND & LIGHT, 2015), memorably said that art asks us to imagine “how the world could be.” We take that seriously at Enough Pie, because we know that if a community of people can dream it, we can build it. 

Bus stops. Crosswalks. Traffic calming signs. Affordable bike share. This year’s Awakening: MOTION brought these issues to light, and then creatively brought it to life.  

Entering our sixth year, Enough Pie is a non-profit organization devoted to using creativity to connect and empower our community in Charleston’s Upper Peninsula. This area is growing quickly amidst a rapidly changing demographic, already pricing out some options, like land trusts, that help limit displacement. Amidst this landscape, Enough Pie seeks to bring a creative energy to the process, to connect stakeholders via art, projects, imagination and possibility to get to know one another, to connect more meaningfully by co-creating the world we want to see, and to ultimately empower our community to take meaningful action in the ways they are called to participate in our neighborhoods.

Continue reading the full Annual Report & Executive Director letter HERE.

ENOUGH PIE'S TOOLBOX

Artistic Collaborations

SPEAK UP (October, 2018) made poetry is for EVERYONE. In partnership with Charleston’s first poetry festival, Free Verse, Enough Pie issued a public call for artists and worked with 11 poets and artists to bring poetry to unexpected public places to excite, inspire, connect and empower.

Dynamic Neighborhood Partnerships

BUTTERFLY BOOK NOOK is a 350 square foot pollinator and storytelling garden built by stakeholders with the community to be a place to learn, relax, and share. All are welcome.

Creative Placemaking

ARTISTIC BUS STOPS: We need of transportation systems that work for everyone. During MOTION, a coalition of local architects and artists designed and constructed creative, functional bus stops to sit and protect riders from weather.

Civic Engagement

PLEASE SLOW DOWN, RALLY FOR 4-WAY STOP, & CREATIVE CROSSWALKS were artistic responses during AWAKENING: MOTION to community members asking for traffic calming measures. 

BUTTERFLY BOOK NOOK WORK DAYS & GRAND OPENING
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