Layqa Nuna Yawar is a migrant latinx artist, large scale muralist, agitator, educator and organizer born in Ecuador and based out of Newark, NJ. He will be joining us this July to lead a team of apprentices in creating a bold addition to the Barelas neighborhood! This is a paid position for youth.
The project runs July 10th – July 28th, 2017.
Applications are due Thursday, June 22, 2017 @ 4 pm. Please deliver them in person to 423 Atlantic SW, or email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact Theater Conservatory Director, Meggan Gomez (t.505-242-9267) to support the tour of Solving For X! Click the photo for more information about the project.
Watch an interview with The Education Project ensemble member Jorje Brickhouse as she talks about the importance of representation in education and in the arts. Thank you for supporting Solving for X!
This video was created by a senior at the South Valley Academy under the guidance of guest instructor, Alex Ross-Raymond in Working Classroom's New Media Lab! To view more Social Issue Short Films visit our vimeo channel: here!
It is with great sadness that we share that Nan Elsasser, our founder and former executive director (1988-2014), passed away after a brave battle against cancer. Nan was a mentor, artistic provocateur, activist and great example to many. Our condolences to her family and friends. We are grateful to her for the gift of Working Classroom and for all the lives she impacted. Read more about this amazing woman...