Joan Campbell was an amazing person, a great potter and community activist for the arts and human rights.
This tribute was made for her 70th birthday; we did not know then that we had only a year or so left with her.
It is a collage made from video footage of the sculpture/playground she organised to be built at Bathers Beach, Fremantle, just next to the old Kerosene Store that she reclaimed and made into her studio.
John Reed and Linda Butcher caught the construction phase on video; her son Greg provided the slides that documented her beginnings in the backyard at Scarborough to the many community workshops she gave for people from all walks of life.
Kavisha Mazzella provided the music from her CD 'Mermaids in the Well', ably assisted by John Reed, Lee Buddle and friends.
We all miss here terribly, but Joan's legacy lives. Pop down to Bathers Beach next time you are in Fremantle.