Wed, Oct 04|
Skiing Washington's History
Jason Hummel is an adventure photographer, storyteller, and ski mountaineer, currently working on a project to ski all of Washington's named glaciers.
Time & Location
Oct 04, 6:30 PM – 8:00 PM
Bellingham, Lower Level, 203 W Chestnut St, Bellingham, WA 98225, USA
About the event
Some 20,000 years ago glaciers ruled continents. Over the next 2,000 years, these great ice sheets receded, and revealed the Cascade Mountains as we know them today. Change has continued to the present time, rapidly gaining pace. One artist has captured that story in a time capsule. Join Paper Whale as we see how these peaks came to be, exploring their history and stories with Jason Hummel, a writer, skier, and photographer. Dive into the philosophy of chronicling these places over 25 years through his Glacier Project, etc., and experience how our environment is changing through the eyes of a visual artist.
This event is FREE and open to anyone who believes in supporting a creative, positive, equitable, and beautifully designed community. Limited space, the first 75 guests to RSVP will be admitted. Please be safe and respect each other's personal space. Masks are optional and please don't attend if you are sick.
- Doors open 6:30pm - connect, share, and inspire guests at the Karma Bar
- Show begins at 7:00pm sharp