Events

Ed Bereal

Curator’s Gallery Tour for Wanted: Ed Bereal for Disturbing the Peace

Join Amy Chaloupka, Curator of Art, for an inside look at Wanted: Ed Bereal for Disturbing the Peace. Chaloupka will share insight into artist Ed Bereal’s broad scope of work, techniques, and themes.

Ed Bereal

Curator’s Gallery Tour for Wanted: Ed Bereal for Disturbing the Peace

Join Amy Chaloupka, Curator of Art, for an inside look at Wanted: Ed Bereal for Disturbing the Peace. Chaloupka will share insight into artist Ed Bereal’s broad scope of work, techniques, and themes.

Ed Bereal

Museum Advocates: Lecture with Local Artist Ed Bereal

Join the Advocates for coffee and a monthly meeting at 11:30am followed by a one-hour program in the Rotunda Room of Old City Hall at noon. Nationally acclaimed artist Ed Bereal, whose artwork is featured at the Lightcatcher building in Wanted: Ed Bereal for Disturbing the Peace, will talk about his six-decade career. Bereal’s work ranges from graphite sketches to street theater to assemblage to sculpture, paintings, and more.

Ed Bereal

Art, Politics, and Community: A Conversation Inspired by Ed Bereal’s Work

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, alongside local artist Ed Bereal, will lead participants in round-table discussions focused around art, politics, and their impacts in our community. Participants will break out into smaller groups allowing for constructive conversation that promotes tolerance, respect, and non-violent communication. This program is made possible by the Whatcom Community Foundation’s Project Neighborly grant. Free ticket registration is coming soon.

Ed Bereal

Curator’s Gallery Tour for “Wanted: Ed Bereal for Disturbing the Peace”

Join Amy Chaloupka, Curator of Art, for an inside look at Wanted: Ed Bereal for Disturbing the Peace. Chaloupka will share insight into artist Ed Bereal’s broad scope of work, techniques, and themes.

Ed Bereal

Member Preview Reception for “Wanted: Ed Bereal for Disturbing the Peace”

Members are invited to join us for the opening reception of this though-provoking exhibition, featuring the first solo museum retrospective of local artist Ed Bereal. Enjoy wine, light appetizers, and music.

The exhibition features six decades of artwork, from Bereal’s never before exhibited early journal sketches and self-portraits to his symbolic assemblage to his radical street theater work of the 1960s and ’70s through his troupe Bodacious Buggerrilla.