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LAST CHANCE! FUNGUS AMONG US OPEN THROUGH MARCH 23rd

OVER 1000 VISITORS!

REDUX Contemporary Art Center, 1056 King Street
Monday – Saturday from 10am-6pm (SPECIAL EXTENDED HOURS)
INSTALLATION UP THROUGH Saturday, March 23


Free - All Are Welcome!

Join your community in a mycelium-focused immersive art experience, being created to illustrate the healing powers of mushrooms, their hidden qualities that affect human systems, and how interconnected they are, much like our neighborhoods and communities.   

DANCE OF THE MAGIC MUSHROOM


Come MOVE with the MUSHROOMS for the EQUINOX! Join us as we move from darkness into light for Spring! Led by dance teacher Stephaney Albion, we’ll enjoy 1 hour of guided movement on Wednesday, March 20 from 11am-Noon at REDUX. All ages & experience levels are welcome, please dress comfortably and plan to dance barefoot.

Check out the full article from Post & Courier HERE.

Check out the full article from City Paper HERE.


READ MORE ABOUT the COMMUNITY MAPPING PROJECT, the MYCROCOSMOS, THE POWER OF MUSHROOMS, and SO MUCH MORE HERE.

THE FUNGUS AMONG US: Our Mycelium Connection is part of Enough Pie’s AWAKENING: NOURISH, a series of artworks and events showcasing creative ways to nurture ourselves and our communities through food, stories, and artistic expression in Charleston’s Upper Peninsula. Throughout this installation, Naoko Wowsugi will be participating in Redux's new Visiting Artist Pilot Program, working out of Redux during her short-term residency in Charleston actively engaging with studio artists and the Upper Peninsula community.

THANK YOU TO: Technical Event Company (TEC), The Office of Cultural Affairs, The Post & Courier Foundation

THE MISEDUCATION OF GENTRIFICATION: THURSDAY, MARCH 21st

MISEDUCATION OF GENTRIFICATION

Thursday March 21st, 6pm - 8pm at Burke High School

Enough Pie invites everyone who cares about The Neck to join Charleston Promise Neighborhood's Community Council for an open forum panel discussion.

The conversation and resource fair will focus on 1) understanding the impact of gentrification, its challenges and opportunities, and 2) providing information and access to resources to address these changes in The Neck. 

Among the resources to help empower residents in the navigation of gentrification will be information on: property taxes, home improvements, legal supports, health insurance, employment, housing, earned income opportunities, and more.

COMMUNITY GARDEN DAYS ARE BACK THIS SUNDAY!
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