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Get ready for Halloween, Thanksgiving and fall harvest by making your own felted wool pumpkin!
Paint many different animals and their habitats as you learn all about the art of watercolor painting!
We will work with both still life drawing and figure drawing as we learn different techniques for rendering and shading such as contour drawing, gesture drawing, cross-hatching, and stippling.
What is collage? What is queer collage? We will take a historical look at how “queerness” has been interpreted by artists using collage.
We will write a short story, (or possibly stories). Each class will open with a discussion and move into writing prompts and exercises.
Work on your carving skills and techniques to optimize your letterpress projects. Students will work on projects of their choosing and will carve along with instructor and fellow students.
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Pasajes/Passages: Lecturas sobre migración, trauma y sanación/ Readings on migration, trauma, and healing
Saturday, September 12, 2020/Sábado, 12 de septiembre
The Armory invites you to joi...Read more.
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.