Peace by Piece Exhibit at New Branches

Sign reading Justice equals peace
Close up of a cardboard sign with Justice = Peace hand-lettered in all caps with small peace signs on the left and right. Image licensed from Envato Elements.

Don't miss this opportunity to experience the intersection of justice-making and creativity. (Updated July 24)

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Lake Nokomis Lutheran has invited Social Justice Artist Mimi Goodwin to exhibit her Justice Story Quilts and Weavings throughout New Branches this summer. Her art shares stories of resistance and resilience, persistence and protest, compassion and community, joy and justice.

Mimi will preach at Living Table in on July 28.

About the Artist

Mimi Goodwin is a multi-media artist, quilter, weaver, performer, preacher, musician, facilitator, and teacher. Art-making is central in her justice activism and leadership. Creating art in her studio and at community gatherings is an ongoing spiritual practice.

She creates Justice Story Quilts, Weavings, Bits & Pieces of Beauty, and Memory Quilts with textiles. Her writing includes theological essays, sermons, liturgies, prayers, psalms, poetry, protest speeches, songs with Ceasefire Choir, and readers theater scripts.

You can participate in Mimi’s Studio to Go Art Making Events throughout the summer at New Branches and around town.

At New Branches:

  • Saturday, August 3 Nokomis Days Prayer Quilt Studio to Go 10 am – 3 pm, The Commons
  • Sunday, August 18 Dedication of Prayer Quilt during LNL worship and Piece by Piece closing reception 12 – 4 pm, The Commons

In the Community

  • Monday, August 12 Justice Story Quilt 2 – 6 pm, Gigi’s Cafe
  • Tuesday, August 27 Justice Story Quilt 2 – 6 pm, Bean Factory

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4 thoughts on “Peace by Piece Exhibit at New Branches”

  1. I got a chance to see the art as it was being installed yesterday–very beautiful! Be sure to allow time to leisurely visit the narthex and enjoy.

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  2. This is a wonderful opportunity to view activist art in action! I’m looking forward to this! Thank you to New Branches and Lake Nokomis Lutheran for inviting the artist and creating a New Branches event!

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  3. Loving the community, free to express pieces adoring the walls. Open to add creative expressions in tactile form. Yarn, fabric, markers, safety pins to fasten intertwined threads, marking pens in open plates for all to perform. Peaceful, beautiful, art-filed collaboration.

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