Join the Whatcom Museum and the Whatcom Dispute Resolution Center for an exciting and collaborative conversation inspired by the exhibition Wanted: Ed Bereal for Disturbing the Peace.
Community leaders, including WWU Political Science Professor Vernon Damani Johnson and Bellingham Chief of Police David Doll, will join artist Ed Bereal in leading participants in round-table discussions focused on art, politics, and their impacts in our community. This program is made possible by the Whatcom Community Foundation’s Project Neighborly grant.
Tickets will be available via a Will Call list the day of the event. Check in will begin 30 minutes prior to the event at Old City Hall.
NOTE: Registration for this program is closed. Interested in learning more about Bereal and his work? Attend a free artist lecture on Thursday, Oct. 10, from noon-1pm in Old City Hall.
About the Whatcom Dispute Resolution Center:
At the Whatcom Dispute Resolution Center, we believe in the power of individuals to shape the communities in which they live. Since 1992, we have worked to provide and promote collaborative and constructive approaches to conflict. We are firmly committed to helping people across Whatcom County create a culture shaped by curiosity and civility in our interactions with one another. To learn more about our conflict prevention and intervention services, please visit www.whatcomdrc.org.