An Art-filled Lunch Break
Step & See
Attendees discovered downtown art, heard from local artists, and enjoyed lunch, bubby and sweets at Lemoyne Art Gallery in the courtyard.
The tour began at the “Happy Kitties” Art of the Box by the main library and wove under majestic oaks, through Chain of Park , and throughout downtown Tallahassee.
The tour was led by KCCI Catalyst Marie Moyle and Catalyst and artist Dan Taylor.
This event was part of KCCI’s 3rd Annual Placemaking Week.
Established in 2007, KCCI is a local organization committed to positive placemaking and community collaboration in Tallahassee. KCCI projects have generated nearly $1 billion in economic impact for Leon County. A new group of volunteer Community Catalysts is selected to plan and implement each annual project. KCCI is made possible by partners including: Knight Foundation Fund at the Community Foundation of North Florida, Archibald Foundation, Tallahassee Memorial HealthCare, VyStar Credit Union, Taproot, FAMU School of Business and Industry, Florida State University College of Business, NAI Talcor, Structure Real Estate, Nolia & Bill Brandt, Lewis + Whitlock, Wood + Partners, Brown & Brown, BowStern Marketing, Serena and Jon Moyle, Cassidy and Company, Tharpe Construction, Flightline Group, Inc., Drs. Chaney, Couch, Callaway, Carter and Associates Family Dentistry, Charlie Johnson and Rowland Publishing.
The 2021 KCCI Community Catalyst team includes: Joey Arellano; Erika Branchcomb; Cyrus Calhoun III; Shannon Colavecchio; Nipa Eason; Talethia Edwards; Khari James; Tyler Maldonado; Marie Moyle; Ali Palmer; and Daniel Taylor.