The Bellevue College Murals Project is proud to announce our finalists selected for display in 2022!
In order from top left to bottom right: Marla Mason, Rebuild; Seraphim Hong, Embracing Mixedness; Amerlia Ossorio, Knowledge is Power; Arlene Carranza, Indegina por Vida; Jenn Pang, the Storyteller; Dubois Mutombo Biosha, Diversity; Naziha Nafen Bagh and Yali Hajhassan, Think of Others; Fernando Perez, Determination; Jenna Morrison, DiverCity.
The Bellevue College Outdoor Murals Project has been created with a central theme of diversity, equity, and social justice is meant to reflect the different identities, barriers, and challenges that each person has experienced or overcome in becoming their best selves. And particularly, the trials and realities that historically disadvantaged groups have faced in their struggle to attain equality. These murals will encourage diversity in our community by recognizing, welcoming, and encouraging people of any ethnicity, ability, religion, age, nationality, gender, or sexual orientation to participate fully in all aspects of community life. This project is meant to inspire, challenge, and make space for acknowledged shared experiences, positive outcomes, and new ideas to flourish.
For more information on BC’s stance on diversity, inclusion, and equity, we have provided links on our FAQ page, for you to explore.
**All dates are subject to change at the discretion of the Committee and/or weather conditions.
Do you have some questions about the Outdoor Murals Project?Start with our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) Page
Are you curious where the murals will go?View Map of Mural Sites
Do you need a little help putting together your proposal?Explore our Resources Page
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