The Urbano Project brings together urban teens and professional artists to ignite social change through participatory works of art and performance. Together we are developing a new generation of artists and leaders committed to social justice.

What’s New at Urbano?

  • Call For Artist: Due May 9

Call For Artist: Due May 9

  • March 26th, 2016

For the Summer and Fall 2016 and Spring 2017 sessions of Artists’ Projects, we are calling for qualified and committed artists of all disciplines to develop proposals that combine a […]

  • New Exhibition Series: Salvador Jiménez-Flores

New Exhibition Series: Salvador Jiménez-Flores

  • March 25th, 2016

Resident Teaching Artist Salvador Jiménez-Flores will be showing his work at Urbano between April 29th and June 10th. Salvador’s show, the first in a new series of exhibitions, is […]

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The City Journalists have been using their cellphones to interview the Egleston Square Community, with a focus on the Washington Street area, particularly its businesses. From convenience stores and barbershops to restaurants, their goal has been to add a voice that seems to be forgotten in the struggle of quick gentrification and strong differences of cultural backgrounds. Visit us at egleston.us

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