The Future of Policing

The Future of Policing Across Los Angeles Communities August 2015 – August 2016 Presented by Days of Dialogue Institute for Non Violence in Los Angeles Many civic and community leaders have come together to develop and host city wide public dialogues between diverse community members, LAPD and community leaders on questions of current conditions of policing, community needs and concerns, and future policies of police training and community policing. I will be assisting The Future of Policing as a facilitator of … [Read more...]

Dispute Resolution Techniques for People in Arts and Entertainment

Program Description: As an artist, writer, musician or creative person, have you ever found yourself in conflict with collaborators, producers, or other people involved in your project?  Do you wish that you knew how to manage the situation better to reduce the level of anger and frustration on both sides of the conflict?  Join CLA and mediator and artist Dorit Cypis for a program covering some practical tools to assess and respond to the situation.  Cypis will discuss how the nature of conflict is affected by … [Read more...]

I Hope the Wind Don’t Blow: OTIS MFA Public Practice

Welcome to I Hope the Wind Don’t Blow, a look into the nine month process of interactions between a graduate class of eight students of Otis College of Art and Design Graduate Program in Public Practice, and the communities of Sun Village, Little Rock and surrounding areas of Antelope Valley. I Hope the Wind Don’t Blow is one outcome of the Outpost partnership between LACAC, Antelope Valley Communities of Sun Village and Littlerock, MOAH and Otis College of Art and Design, partnering local community members with artists … [Read more...]

Creative Tools for Conflict Engagement

Conflict is human, so is moving past conflict. Conflict that is between people is also within people. To engage with conflict towards transformation and generative relations we must engage with both the internal and external circumstances of conflict. This workshop takes a psychosocial approach to offer facilitators, community leaders and activists skills to recognize identity differences and bias awareness as cultural and personal, and offers tools to build creative relations across the differences. Dorit Cypis is a … [Read more...]


Correspondence Readings by Morani Kornberg-Weiss and Meital Yaniv Followed by a discussion lead by Dorit Cypis  Craftswoman House Temporary Residence is pleased to present a reading and discussion at The Pop-Hop in Highland Park on Sunday, February 22 at 4pm. The reading will feature contributions by Israeli born writers Morani Kornberg-Weiss and Meital Yaniv who address the Israeli-Palestinian conflict through intimate reflections that collapse the distance between public and private experience. Following the … [Read more...]

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