Reservoir

“Black History Month” by Darryl Wellington

By Abetterbusinessxabb@gmail.com / March 16, 2021

A reading/performance for Black History Month 2021 by Darryl Wellington

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In Memory of Jim Campbell

By Abetterbusinessxabb@gmail.com / February 2, 2021

IN MEMORY OF JIM CAMPBELL Early this January 30th, early morning – La’Shea texts: “James Campbell has passed on to be an ancestor. RIP” – Pam echoes: “… It like a whole library of knowledge is gone …” Right away, my mind races for a spontaneous eulogy. Here it is: Pam, the library you are […]

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A CONVERSATION BETWEEN MORGAN AND JEAN-MARIE AROUND HER SHOW AT REDUX

By Abetterbusinessxabb@gmail.com / January 25, 2021

FROM JEAN-MARIE, The following is an exercise in approaching a body of artwork by one of TINYisPOWERFUL’s members, Morgan Kinne, as she presents it at Redux until the end of this month. First, Morgan and I had two long meetings at the gallery. I already knew the work but we had never had a professional […]

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PART OF OUR HISTORY: No Coke, but free-flowing community. At a beloved Charleston cafe, it’s part of the art.

By Abetterbusinessxabb@gmail.com / January 25, 2021

https://www.postandcourier.com/columnists/no-coke-but-free-flowing-community-at-a-beloved-charleston-cafe-its-part-of-the/article_ac5d3874-5052-11eb-b9c9-d74a94b92bef.html?utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Hot%20Sheet%20011421&utm_content=Hot%20Sheet%20011421+CID_b524645e77aa04cbbf5e864be18d2043&utm_source=CampaignMonitor&utm_term=Read%20Maura%20Hogans%20story

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The Eclectic Art of Janet Kozachek: A Retrospective

By conNECKted TOO / January 4, 2021

​Open Dec 5 – January 31, 2021 in Hampton, SC Viewing by appointment with additional events and open house opportunities planned. Call 803-842-9842 or email HamptonCountyArts@gmail.com for information. ​Janet Kozachek has led a long and eclectic career as a writer and visual artist, pursuing work and advanced study in Europe, China, and New York. She was the […]

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How to approach Shared Ownership policies, one project at a time

By Abetterbusinessxabb@gmail.com / December 23, 2020

This document is based on TINYisPOWERFUL (TiP) values as outlined in its mission & vision (www.connecktedtoo.org/about-us/), as well as four conversations by the TiP Circle of Advisors (Summer and fall 2020). We believe that ART & TINY BUSINESS are nimble, adaptable, profitable, for the people and that BELONGING means celebrating many histories and cultures. That […]

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SOCAP 2020 Notes & Reflections

By conNECKted TOO / December 17, 2020

With great thanks to Alternate ROOTS and Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, TINYisPOWERFUL was invited to attend/participate/present during SOCAP 2020 — a global summit centering impact economy. There were corporations, banks, foundations, high wealth individuals and then there was us; a TINY collective of collectives; artists, businesses and cultural workers. I went in with […]

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About G&M French Café’s outdoor permit from Charleston County

By Abetterbusinessxabb@gmail.com / December 15, 2020

Letter about G&M French Café’s outdoor permit from Charleston County from Jean-Marie Mauclet & Gwylene Gallimard, founders of Fast & French / G & M French Café Read about the history of Fast & French and the ongoing call for maintaining their outdoor seating, how you can support and empower this Charleston business, and sustaining […]

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“The Power of Art” with D.R.I.V.E.N. LLC

By conNECKted TOO / October 30, 2020

Launch of TOGETHERWESHALL.COM website, blog, online store and podcast by D.R.I.V.E.N. LLC Watch “The Power of Art” Podcast Episode 1 which included a few TINY BUSINESSES & ARTISTS discussing what “art” means and how the power of art can be used as a tool to service, inspire and ignite community     Meet the artist […]

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BELONGING & BECOMING

By conNECKted TOO / October 8, 2020

RAIN RAINEY (“843?” Zine Edition 1) I’d like to start off by saying I’m not one who takes criticism well. Externally I am able to take that feedback and appear neutral. But internally it takes me a bit more time to objectively look at feedback and apply it. So when the time came to look […]

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