Conservatory Art

Art Exhibition

Monday, 11-28, was the final day
to check out EL VALOR DE LA LUZ, at the Sundowner; Working Classroom's Dia De Los Muertos Exhibition for 2016, led by local artist, Vicente Telles. We still have a few artworks for sale! Click the link below for a PDF catalog of the artwork.

El Valor De La Luz Catalog (.PDF)

New Media Program



Cooking for Generations: Stories of Tradition and Love from New Mexico Kitchens

Working Classroom's New Media Conservatory has been collaborating with Kellogg Foundation Fellows as well as guest artists Adria Malcolm and Michael Lorenzo López to celebrate the culture and richness of our state through video portraits that document New Mexican knowledge and resourcefulness in providing delicious and healthful foods for their families through times of scarcity and abundance. STAY TUNED for an online presentation of the documentaries! Click the image below to see some photos of the premier hosted by Delicious New Mexico on October 6th, 2016.



New Classes @ WC

Stage Combat

is one of many workshops beginning this fall! See the Classes page for a schedule & info on how to apply! Stay tuned for updates!

Theater

Many Thanks!

to Milta Ortiz of Tuscon's Borderlands Theater for returning to Albuquerque as guest instructor/Playwright for The Education Project'sSolving For X



To read more about it, check out the press release on The Education Project's homepage.

WMS Mural Project


Scope the new

video by Dominic Pettine documenting the thoughtful approach lead artist Nani Chacon takes in guiding Working Classroom's Public Art Apprentices as they revitalize Washington Middle School with a bold message of "Resilience". For more about our this project visit our PublicArt Page.

Open to the Public

CENTER HOURS

horario
Mon–Thur: 10:30 AM – 7:00 PM
Friday: 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM

We are closed each day, from 1PM–2PM.
Cerrado para almorzar cada dia 1pm–2pm.

21st Century Learning

Workshops at:

ACE | NACA | SVA

Calling all students at ACE Leadership High School, Native American Community Academy, and South Valley Academy!

Working Classroom is hosting Art, New Media and Theater workshops after-school at each of these locations. Click the photo to find out how to sign up!

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Professional Development



Thanks to S.W.O.P.’s

YES! program, this summer, passionate young artists have been able to enhance their skills while assisting us with some outstanding projects including; generating merchandise to promote the Washington Middle School Mural Project, graphic design, event promotion and New Media Program development!

BIG THANKS

to our YES! interns (top-left first): Ana Palma, Tarynn D’Innovati, Nujhat Adrita, Team Lead Adrianna Ortiz, Analy Morales, Keily Castro, Elijah Chavez (Not a YES intern, but an Education Project intern and Advanced Mural Apprentice), Carlos Gabaldon, and last but not least David De La Cruz.