Aguiñiga’s upcoming exhibition at the Armory highlights her long-standing commitment to thoughtful and urgent dialogue on immigration politics, transnational identity, and community activism.
John Ziqiang Wu’s exhibition explores the spaces that have played a role in his development as an artist, the teachings that inform his role as an educator, and the fluidity of the relationship between student and teacher and personal and institutional space.
The Armory and the Benton Museum of Art at Pomona College present Alison Saar: Of Aether and Earthe—one exhibition at two venues—a survey of Saar’s sculptures and installations.
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Family members can take this class together, and clay is the perfect medium in which to share your artistic experience.
Create beautiful, mythical fairies and friendly, fiery dragons. Learn to build your own imaginary lands using lots of magical materials.
Learn principles of design and color theory while exploring a wide range of materials and collage techniques.
Come print and further expand your darkroom skills in our film-based black and white lab.
Make the most of every page as an artist and storyteller as you create your own eight-page risographed mini-comic.
Discover your own theatrical expression through exercises, games, and improvisation in this fun drama class for young actors of all levels.
Delve into the magical world of multiples with the timeless craft of printmaking while also learning about the natural world.
Experiment with dyeing techniques to create one-of-a-kind wearable and/or functional pieces. Explore technical elements of working with natural dyes and the fixatives used to set them. Make your own natural dyes from kitchen compost and foraged plants.
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