Activism and Education Apprenticeship in Contemporary Large-scale Photography Student artists will work with guest artist Chip Thomas to create large scale photos around the theme of educational equity. The final photos will
By Michelle Perez Being here at Working Classroom has been amazing. I’ve had lots of opportunities to learn new stuff and new skills. I’ve also had the opportunity to meet new people
Visual art students led by guest artist Eric J. Garcia painted El Ritmo del Agua in the South Valley, Albuquerque last summer. This mural illustrates the history behind New Mexico’s land, agriculture
KRQE, UNVEILING THE GATEWAY PARK MURAL (2013)
The second week of the mural restoration was also a major success. The team and I finally began to add color to the wall, as well as some life to the mural.
Working Classroom participated in Albuquerque Pride 2012, and it was a blast! Students in our Living Mural workshop, which ran from June 11-30, worked hard to create larger-than-life puppets for the Pride
My name is Adriana Ortiz. I’m an 18-year-old Working Classroom student and current project leader for the restoration of “Healthcare Is A Right, Not A Privilege,” led by Joe Stephenson. The mural
(Hear) by the River: Reflections of Albuquerque – Introduction by Mayor Richard J. Berry from Working Classroom on Vimeo. Here’s another look at our groundbreaking digital mural. Share your thoughts with us