Meet Jingo de la Rosa! Workshop 8: Think with Your Hands
Jingo M. de la Rosa is a commercial illustrator, art educator, and community artist based in Indianapolis, IN. He has created work for world-renowned organizations such as the NCAA, Duncan Toys, ’47 Brand Apparel, Eli Lilly & Co., and Sakura of America, among many others. Jingo is known in Indy as a leader in the art community. He is a founding Board Member and Creative Director for ArtSpeak, a non-profit organization that seeks to connect artists to the community through live events and new media. Jingo is also part of the organizing team for the Indianapolis chapter of CreativeMornings, a monthly breakfast-lecture for the creative community.
As an arts educator, Jingo has made it a point to teach anywhere and everywhere. He is on the teaching artist roster with Arts for Learning (part of the national affiliate for arts education and integration, Young Audiences) where he has several teaching residencies in and outside of Indianapolis. Jingo is also an art instructor at the Indianapolis Art Center, where he teaches illustration for adults and digital art for teens. Apart from his profession, he also loves to sketch, inspiring his involvement with Urban Sketchers Chicago, and his work as one of the regional administrators for Urban Sketchers Indianapolis.