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Some thoughts on Creative Practice

by Gwylene GALLIMARD Michael ROHD is a Lead Artist for Civic Imagination, co-founder of the Center of Performance and Civic Practice and Artistic Director of the Sojourn Theatre. “The [...]

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HATE WON’T WIN at JAMES SIMONS MIDDLE

As part of their Hate Won’t Win unit, a seventh and eighth grade class of 32 students from James Simons School participated in an interactive dialogue facilitated by conNECKtedTOO TINY Business [...]

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TINY IS POWERFUL

From a historic but very sleepy city until the 1980’s to a mecca of world tourism today; from a segregated yet organic town with its unique patina, to a place as good as the glossy pictures of a [...]

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BELONGING & BECOMING

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ARE YOU A TINY BUSINESS LOOKING FOR AN APPRENTICE?

FEEL FREE TO REQUEST AN APPRENTICE BY CLICKING HERE: BIT.LY/APPRENTICEREQUEST

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THE CANNON STREET ARTS CENTER

by Debra HOLT This red brick mid-century building was constructed in 1964 by the African American Construction Company of H. A. DeCosta. It consists of two sections: the Sanctuary and the Sunday [...]

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WHAT IS THE MLK DISTRICT in CHARLESTON, SC

by Victoria MOORE Centrally located within Charleston’s Cannonborough / Elliotborough neighborhoods are Spring Street and Cannon Street. In 1968 civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was [...]

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“BET ON ME, I BET ON YOU”

MAY 25 – JUNE 10 see and participate in the Piccolo Spoleto conNECKtedTOO project by the Charleston Rhizome Collective ALL EVENTS START or TAKE PLACE at the CANNON STREET ARTS CENTER 134 [...]

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Creative Placemaking Leadership Summit | South + Appalachia

Columbia, SC April 16-18 conNECKtedTOO by the Charleston Rhizome Collective will be leading a session, “Empowering Tiny Businesses with a Mobile App,” at the Creative Placemaking [...]

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cTOO News

“Coming back to France from my first trip to the States in 1975, I was asked about Florida, California, New York and I answered with what I knew: tobacco fields, hippies, and fiddle music from [...]

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