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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Using all five senses, explore movement, build body confidence and connect your inner world and outer world by creating art.
Imagine that you lived in a different time and place - what art would you make as a result? Learn about new places, cultures, and their ways of making.
Together you and your toddler will explore all kinds of materials, from clay to paint to found objects.
Learn drawing techniques while creating basic sketches leading to finished works.
Bring ideas to the page through poetry, creative nonfiction or fiction in a workshop setting. Bring a project you are working on, or start from scratch.
Learn to work with clay, papier-mâché, plaster casting, and basic armature building.
Learn introductory InDesign and Photoshop skills to make your own graphics and designs.
Create your own quilt while learning about composition, geometric shapes, symmetry, prints and patterns, as well as different sewing methods.
12:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Holocaust survivor Trudie Strobel's haunting embroidery work is drawn from the stitching techniques of the Yemenite Jews and chronicles the history of the Jewish people, the horror of genocide, and te... Read more.