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Artists Rachel Andrzejewski and Victoria Carpenter welcomed participants into a darkened sanctuary at Champlin United Methodist Church Friday night, March 1. With just a few sparse words, they provided a simple explanation into the interactive exhibit they called, “Engtangled/Untangled.”  However, the experience was anything but simple for those participating. The exhibit included dark elements and [...]

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These are some of the questions artists Rachel Andrzejewski and Victoria Carpenter have been asking members of the community over the last several weeks. Their inquiry is part of an upcoming interactive art exhibit and multi-day event, “Entangled/Untangled: An exploratory correspondence.” Though they are artists by trade, they are not the only ones developing the [...]

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Champlin group endeavors to open hearts, minds to intercultural and spiritual understanding Some people may feel uncomfortable if a perfect stranger walked up to them in the grocery store and started asking about their religious and spiritual beliefs. But for Champlin residents Kay Roberts, who did the asking just over a year ago and Tasneem [...]

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