Scheduling for Fall 2018!
José has had the privilege of speaking, showing photographs, and exhibiting for colleges, universities, and high schools around the country, as well as many professional and civic associations.
College administrators looking for Hispanic programming appreciate that José can do multi-day visits and can relate his work to students in journalism, history, art, Spanish, anthropology and sociology. He can take students on photo safaris during the day, share lunch with the Latino student association, and serve as a banquet keynote speaker that night. He can mount temporary exhibits that he brings with him or send his work to on-campus galleries for extended shows.
Though many colleges want José to come in celebration of Hispanic Heritage in the fall, he is available year-round.
Professional organizations find José's multi-media presentation an engaging, uplifting, and never-boring way to open or close a conference.
Our fees are flexible depending on your budget and needs. Please contact us!
Whose fight songs has José been learning?
Alabama Auburn U, Montgomery, Birmingham-Southern, U of Alabama, Tuscaloosa;Arizona Arizona Western, UA, Pima CC; Arkansas U of Arkansas, Fayetteville, Harding Univ; California CSU Fullerton, CSU San Bernadino, Cal State Irvine, Cal State LA; Connecticut Eastern Connecticut State Florida U of Miami; Georgia Georgia Tech, UGA; Indiana Hanover, Indiana State, IU Kokomo, IUPUC, Southern Indiana, Notre Dame; Iowa Mt. Mercy Kentucky Campbellsville U, Hazard CTC, Kentucky Wesleyan, Lindsey Wilson, U of Louisville, Northern Kentucky, U of the Cumberlands; Maine Colby; Maryland Chesapeake College, Goucher, Johns Hopkins, Loyola, UM Baltimore; Massachusetts Smith; Michigan Aquinas, Grand Valley State; Mississippi Ole Miss, Mississippi State; Missouri Maryville, Winchester New Jersey College of NJ, Rider U, Rutgers; New York Buffalo State, SUNY Buffalo, Union College; North Carolina Blue Ridge CC, Central Carolina CC, Davidson, Duke, East Carolina, Elizabeth City State, Fayetteville State, Guilford Tech CC, Louisburg College, Meredith College, NC State, Peace, UNC Chapel Hill, UNC Charlotte, UNC Greensboro, UNC Pembroke, UNC Wilmington, Wake Forest; Wayne County CC; Ohio Baldwin Wallace, Columbus College of Art & Design, Columbus State Comm College, Franklin U, Hiram, Kenyon, Miami of Ohio, Ohio State, Wooster, Youngstown State; Oklahoma Tulsa Community College; Pennsylvania Allegheny, Alvernia, Bryn Mawr, Bucknell, Elizabethtown College, Kings College, LaRoche, Lehigh, PS Hazleton, PS New Kensington, PS Schuylkill, Seton Hill, Swarthmore, Thiel, Wilkes U; Rhode Island Brown; South Carolina Coastal Carolina, Columbia College, Francis Marion, Limestone College, North Greenville, USC Aiken, USC Columbia; Tennessee Austin Peay, Southern Adventist, Tennessee Wesleyan, Vanderbilt; Texas UT Pan Am; Vermont Norwich U, UV Burlington; Virginia Averett U, Bluefield College, Hampden Sydney, Hollins, Liberty, JMU, Mary Washington, Old Dominion, Richmond U, Roanoke College, Virginia Intermount, Virginia Tech, William & Mary; Washington, DC GW, Catholic Univ; West Virginia Marshall.
National Civil Rights Museum, Memphis, TN; Women's Rights National Historical Park, Seneca Falls, NY; NC Museum of History, Raleigh; Museum of the Albemarle, Elizabeth City, NC; High Point Museum of History, High Point, NC.
Conferences & Organizations
US Attorney of the Western District, US Fish and Wildlife Northeast Region, Hispanic Dental Association, National Association of Hispanic Publications, National Hispanic Business Association, International Assn of Hispanic Meeting Professionals, East Coast Migrant Stream Forum, Michigan Bilingual Education Association, Utah Hispanic Chamber, Tucson Rotary, El Paso Rotary, National Association of Latino Community Asset Builders, Northeastern Kentucky Migrant Education Center
Libraries and grade schools
Mount Holyoke, MA; High Point, NC; Memphis, TN, Cleveland, OH; Grand Rapids, MI; Phoenix, AZ; Tucson, AZ; Yuma, AZ; Springfield, MA; Durham, NC; Monroe, NC; Selma, NC; Tulsa OK;