June 9 Outcomes

The first ACW See. Say. SHOW session met at Remo Campopiano’s studio in the California Building on June 9.  Ten people attended and most shared their work-in-progress which included poetry, painting, sculpture, stand-up comedy, tapestry, collage, 3-D printing, stufties and more.  The group decided to keep the format simple with each person sharing their work and engaging those gathered in conversation related to their work.  The group agreed they would like to see “Never Look Away” together. On the list for the future.  The next 2nd Sunday SSS meeting will be hosted by Jill Stebbins at her Grain Belt meeting space at 1215 Marshall St, NE on July 14 at 12:00 noon. BYOB and Snacks. Need more details? info@arttochangetheworld.org.


Remo showed us his studio and demonstrated his 3 D printing machine.  Magic! https://remocampopiano.com/





Jane Bassett  Her detailed tapestry including plenty of beadwork described her Jewish heritage.

Margo shared a piece she is developing for a workshop in Iowa.  Her humor focused on the evolution she has seen in NE Minneapolis. She aims to encourage her audience to think about the humor in the world around them. We all laughed. Owner/Publisher https://www.mynortheaster.com/




Bea shared what she is calling her stufties-  crocheted animals with great charm and character.

Nick described  a novel/blog/short story he is working on which involves a time traveling Rabbi. More about Nick: minneapolismentality.wordpress.com



Barry shared paintings of photos/paintings  his father is not in. He is considering a series. https://www.barryscanlanart.com/




Barbara talks about her Art is My Weapon exhibition work “ Can’t Wash it Away” .  The theme is gun violence and death by homicide and suicide.   https://www.arttochangetheworld.org/barbara-bridges/





Jill  shared her interesting figure drawing layers of mylar, painting and paper.

Group: The informal format  and positive support was the key component of the session