On June 10, 2017, Rolling Counterpoint traveled to the San Francisco Asian Art Museum. Hattori identified one key area of inquiry that emerged during prior conversations at the Tenderloin National Forest, “When do you feel accepted?” and invited the assembled community to consider and reflect on this question, and use to it to guide conversation about how we might envision a better future. Print maker Ben Engle made embossed letter press cards for guests to note their musings and pin to the teahouse. Other invited guests included visual artist and vocalist Marissa Katarina Bergmann who performed improvised songs based on questions inspired by the stories, ideas, and questions generated through by Rolling Counterpoint. Tenderloin-based performer and storyteller Dr. Dreame used vocal sound effects and character voices to great effect as he described an engaging science fiction tale. Please see below to view documentation from this event.