W.M.S. Mural Project


Mural Dedication Party & Film Screening
Washington Middle School Athletic Field
Friday, September 18th
6:00pm to 8:00pm

Celebrate the completion of phase 1 of Albuquerque’s largest mural with food trucks, music, and premiere of the mural documentary. Through efforts of engaged community and supporters, the mural that was once in disrepair is now reinvigorated with a new piece entitled “Resilience.” Created by Nani Chacon, Washington MS students and Working Classroom.

A large part of the project funding has been generously provided by the Bernalillo County Neighborhood Outreach Grant Program, sponsored by the Huning Castle Neighborhood Association. However, we have a bit more to raise, in order to reach our goal.

To make a donation to The Washington Middle School Mural Project click here:





Staff

Kelly Seibert, Paul López and Desiree Beltrán are three new staff members joining us this summer! Stop into the office sometime, to say hello or just to find out what's happening at Working Classroom!

Deadlines

September 4th is the deadline for applications to our Creative Careers College Prep Fellowship, a new program geared toward college readiness that includes a $4,000 education stipend upon successful completion!
Click here to apply!




Mural Apprenticeship applications are also due September 4th! Don't miss this opportunity to work on a public mural visible from Barelas' 4th street corridor!

Click here to apply!

Fall Workshops Schedule

Now is a great time to see just what we have in store for fall workshops at Working Classroom!

Please, visit our Classes page to see the Fall Schedule of Classes!

Also, check out our Enrollment page for details on how to save $10.00 off workshop tuition!

¡Bocón! by Lisa Loomer

Working Classroom is proud to announce the 2015 return of ¡Bocón! written by Lisa Loomer and directed by Meggan Gomez. ¡Bocón! returns to Working Classroom after last year’s critically acclaimed sold out performances.

¡Bocón! is a bilingual fable filled with humor, magical realism & song. This timely one-act tells the story of 12-year-old Miguel, who flees a repressive Central American military regime for a new life in Los Angeles.

OPENING NIGHT:
Friday, September 25th
at 7pm at Working Classroom in ABQ

TOURING:
Saturday, September 26th
at 7pm at Museo Cultural in Santa Fe

Friday, October 2nd at 7pm at Working Classroom, in ABQ

Saturday, October 3rd at 7pm at The Peñasco Theater in Peñasco

Friday, October 9th at 7pm at Moving Arts Española in Española

Saturday, October 10th at 7pm at Moving Arts Española in Española

CLOSING NIGHT:
Sunday, October 11th at 7pm at Working Classroom

Ticket prices between $10 and $25

Check back for full schedule of shows in Albuquerque metro area!

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