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Collaborate and explore the art of insects in this interactive learning experience!
In four weeks, two meetings per week, we will write a short story (or possibly stories).
Create your own unique artworks as you draw inspiration from ancient mythology, as well as monsters from popular culture.
Build your ceramic pieces with coils, slab construction using stencils, and clay pinching methods. A
Learn clay hand-building techniques to create functional and nonfunctional ceramic art.
This project based class focuses on mastering the main stitches of crochet. Learn to read a pattern and understand the language used in patterns.
This is a drawing, collage and artist book making course. This course will be formed by a series of drawing, journaling and bookbinding activities.
Learn to understand the basics of stop-motion animation through a series of exercises focused on greater awareness of color, time, and movement.
Discover, develop, and enjoy exercises created to help us obtain a deeper sense of relaxation, concentration and well-being.
Create your own unique art projects as you also learn about geometry!
Get an introduction to zine-making and its history in this workshop. In this class, we will explore DIY art-making that can be inserted in your zines, and learn how to use what you got to create them.
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Armory Teaching Artist Austyn de Lugo (he/him/él) is an LA-based artist of Puerto Rican and Virgin Islander descent. Austyn is especially interested in queer and feminist theory, horror films, pattern...Read more.
Armory Teaching Artist Grace Lacques is our resident theatrical expert. Grace began her theater studies in France, studying master Etienne Decroux's corporal mime techniques. She has taught children's...Read more.
Armory Teaching Artist and ceramics instructor Elonda Norris has shown nationally and throughout Los Angeles. Using household items, furniture, and food, her artwork invites us to question our relatio...Read more.
All the world’s a stage and we are all actors. Armory Teaching Artist and drama instructor Grace Lacques challenges you to invent a character based on this single word: HOPE. Your character will perso...Read more.
In 10 minutes, draw as many popular cartoon characters as possible...from memory! Forget about details. Be quick & loose. It's not about being "good." It's about discovering your unique cartooning sty...Read more.
For 3rd Graders: How do we use math and art to represent our living spaces? This lesson’s goal is for students to create a floor plan collage, using graph paper to calculate area and sewing with embro...Read more.