Working Classroom Programming is now available to our families and students! The workshops that we will be offering are:
Visual Art: Piece by Piece
Dates: Feb 4th – March 12th
In this intro-level workshop young artists will learn the importance of using recycled materials in the creation of mosaic art. Through this 12 sessions young artists will learn basic techniques such as cutting, nipping, piecing, cementing, and grouting. We will piece together our stories, reflection, insights and mosaic techniques into three main projects.
This workshop is a prerequisite for the intermediate workshop which will be offered during the summer.
Guest Artist: Manuel Hernandez
Pink Studio at Working Classroom
Requirements: 6th grade students and above (Application required, please ask WC staff for an application)
New Media: Past Futures
Dates: Feb 4th – March 19th
The Living Archive Project is a Projection Mapping digital art experience about the history of Barelas and the South Valley. Engage with motion graphics and projection mapping using archival material. We will use Adobe After Effects, Photoshop and professional projection mapping software to create a Digital Art pop up event in the Barelas Neighborhood. Projection mapping is a cutting edge art and technology medium using multiple projectors to display motion graphics on sculptural and architectural surfaces, examples can be seen at art spaces such as Meow Wolf and the Electric Playground, but is also used in theater, concerts and stage events.
Student work will be displayed at a one-time show at the Railyards!
Guest Artist: Ruben Olguin
New Media at Working Classroom
Requirements: Competitive, Photoshop or Illustrator Experience (Application required, please ask WC staff for an application)
Call us at 505.242.9267 or email email@example.com to reserve your spot!
Free tuition for students that attend Native American Community Academy and South Valley Academy as part of our 21st Century Learning Centers.