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Click to Join Family Art Lessons with Kit Loney: Recycle Cars with Color Wheels

By conNECKted TOO / May 20, 2020

  Click here to join the Live ZOOM Art Lesson Friday, May 22 at 2:00 EST   Materials Needed:   – Paper or cardboard from paper bags, cereal or pasta boxes, junk mail, old holiday cards, etc. – One or two sheets of white paper, cardstock, or cardboard – Markers or color pencils or crayons/oil […]

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Family Art Lessons with Kit Loney: Doll Making

By conNECKted TOO / May 10, 2020

      Materials Needed:   – four plastic drinking straws (optional) – 2 x 2 inch piece of cardboard – jumbo paperclips – tape – three pipe cleaners – yarn – large button OR plastic milk jug lid with a hole poked through OR sturdy cardboard disc with a hole OR any item to […]

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PODCAST – I Like My Tea Sweet Episode 1 part 2

By conNECKted TOO / May 5, 2020

Charleston Rhizome Collective · Episode 1 Part 2 – Art & Culture with Theron Synpe   LISTEN TO EPISODE 1 – Part 2 ON SOUNDCLOUD BY CLICKING HERE: https://soundcloud.com/user-327792440/i-like-my-tea-sweet-theron-snype Welcome everyone, to this part of the conversation with Theron Synpe. Please stop by, stay and enjoy the honesTEA. Episode 1 – Part 2 of Art […]

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AUTONOMY

By conNECKted TOO / May 5, 2020

In the original version of the conNECKtedTOO mission statement, there is a sentence which raises questions: “For us collaboration means shared ownership and autonomy not consensus.” This is my reply, an opportunity to open a dialogue. The issue is the relationship of shared ownership with autonomy, as compared to consensus. Here, autonomy is a state […]

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Family Art Lessons with Kit Loney: Journal Making

By conNECKted TOO / May 4, 2020

Materials Needed:   – 3 or 4 brown paper grocery bags – String or yarn – Scissors – A pencil   OPTIONAL MATERIALS:   – A postcard or heavy paper (construction, cardstock, etc.) for the cover & 4 – 6 sheets of paper (same size as cover or slightly smaller) for pages – Needle and […]

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May 1 – International Workers’ Day

By conNECKted TOO / May 1, 2020

MAY FIRST is the day to celebrate working people of all ranks, professions, occupations. That’s a lot of people! Pretty much everybody who does not make her/his/their money on the back of others, looking at the money tree grow and grow… forgetting that for the tree to grow, someone else prunes it, rakes its leaves, […]

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Podcast Experiment/Collaboration

By conNECKted TOO / April 18, 2020

by Aysha Bowens When you think of the word experiment, do you think about a podcast? Maybe, maybe not you may think of science. With Science and a podcast there is a correlation, the procedure, also known as the scientific method. For example, the moment the idea of a podcast with Rain came about, I […]

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THE JUNGLE

By conNECKted TOO / April 18, 2020

Reynolds Avenue in North Charleston is where conNECKtedTOO chose to present its cumulated works, when it was time to unwind two years of collaborative art thinking and art making.  Reynolds is far from the centers of Charleston’s culture, in a rundown urban neighborhood ripe for gentrification. That is if covid19 does not successfully mutate greed […]

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Rising Together: What Bread Making Has To Do With Art In/With Community

By conNECKted TOO / April 16, 2020

by Markelle Elizabeth Evans                   Last Friday, conNECKtedTOO hosted its third Zoom gathering during quarantine in regards to the health and safety of our communities during COVID19. For those that are not familiar with Zoom, it has risen in popularity during quarantine as a digital communicative tool […]

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PODCAST – I Like My Tea Sweet Episode 1 part 1

By conNECKted TOO / April 3, 2020

LISTEN TO EPISODE 1 ON SOUNDCLOUD BY CLICKING HERE: https://soundcloud.com/user-327792440/i-like-my-tea-sweet-theron-snype Hello everyone, this is a part of the conversation with Theron Synpe. Please stop by, stay and enjoy the honesTEA. Episode 1 – Part 1 of Art & Culture with Theron Synpe. – – – Meet the Creators – – – “I Like My Tea […]

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