Porches & pavement: Enough Pie calls for proposals for Awakening II
Proposals are due May 19.
Enough Pie in Charleston invites proposals for Awakening II: Fieldwork, an all-day arts experience that actively engages the outdoor spaces of 1630 Meeting in Charleston. Proposals are due May 19, 2014.
The 2013 Awakening challenged participants to awaken the long-vacant 1630 Meeting (also known as 1600 Meeting) using its rooms, walls and hallways as their inspiration. This year, Fieldwork breaks out of the bricks and mortar framework into the adjacent outdoor spaces, encouraging participants to engage with the natural landscape and building exterior as their structural guide. Fieldwork calls for the creative use and reinterpretation of nearly all outdoor elements at 1630 Meeting.
Creative projects of any size or scale are welcome, including performances, installations, and anything in between. All ages are eligible to submit a proposal. Partnerships across disciplines are encouraged. Additionally, all participants will have the opportunity to meet on site two weeks before the event to share proposals and ideas for collaboration.
Fieldwork will be held on June 14, 2014, at 1630 Meeting from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. The event is free and open to the public.
For more details about Fieldwork, including the full call for proposals, submission form and photos of the site, visit www.enoughpie.org/fieldwork.
Related: Read about last year’s project.
Via: Enough Pie