BrickCity Urban Skulls
About the Workshop
In this workshop, we will make skulls that are more cultural to growing up in an urban setting where 3-5 apartment buildings and projects made of bricks is the atmosphere of learning how to navigate and grow in a community that is moving in a fast pace.
*This will be a community workshop open to all. Non-Duke users, please email email@example.com to reserve a place in the class. Walk-ins are also welcome.
About the Instructor
José has been exhibiting his work since 3rd grade, which started at the Newark Museum, various galleries and museums in NJ, NY, and NC. In 2016 his social justice piece “Racial Profiling” was acquired by the Smithsonian’s Anacostia Community Museum, in 2019 he had his Retrospective Art Exhibition titled “COLORICAN” at North Carolina Central University’s Art Museum. José currently has a piece at the Morris Museum of Art in NJ and had a successful solo exhibition at the Triangle Community Foundation. José has an upcoming solo exhibition this September at Gallery491 in Montclair, NJ. José has been invited to participate in a group exhibition in November of 2024 in Cuba. José continues to teach art at James E. Shepard IB Middle School in Durham, where he was selected as Teacher Of the Year. José continues to be and advocate for all the arts and has recently been asked to serve on the Durham Arts Council Board of Trustees.
About the Location
This workshop will meet in Room 235 at the Rubenstein Arts Center.
Address: 2020 Campus Drive, Durham, NC 27701