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.
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 – Portrait of Hakim Bellamy from Working Classroom on Vimeo. (Hear) by the River is a digital mural that introduces the many characters and communities
DIGITAL MURAL (2012) Binary Artists: A short clip from the two hour project Spoken City. Mark Anderson was the lead artist in this collaboration between graduate students at the School of the
Working Classroom has brought recognition and distinction to New Mexico by creating a multifaceted arts organization, with and for young people from historically ignored communities. Devoted to theater, visual arts, literature,
Working Classrooms award-winning public art projects demonstrate the power of art to educate, stimulate, provoke, unite, and uplift — transforming neighborhoods into accessible, open-air galleries. Public art: – anchors cultural tourism