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Summer Classes for Kids Continue August 1

Some kids are just drawn to it! Let your kids spend a week or more at the Armory creating all kinds of fun. There are only 4, week-long sessions left for your 3-to-11-year-olds. Classes are enrolling all summer long, but Week 6 starts August 1, so register today!
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Featured Week 6 Classes for Kids
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Clay Play
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Clay Play (Su16.115)
Monday-Friday, 8:30 - 10 am
Week 6 (August 1-5)
Ruby Osorio, Teaching Artist
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For Ages 3-4 • Students will learn hand-building techniques and incorporate materials including plaster, wire, beads, feathers, recycled objects and more to create playful and fun clay sculptures.
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$110 (members $99)
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Let's Have a Parade
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Let's Have a Parade (Su16.116)
Monday-Friday, 8:30 - 10 am
Week 6 (August 1-5)
Naomi Buckley, Teaching Artist
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For Ages 4-5 • Students will explore the magic of creating a parade. Using many fun materials, they’ll create costumes, signs, masks and musical instruments. All artwork will be part of the parade on the last day of class.
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$110 (members $99)
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Art Around the World
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Art Around the World (Su16.117)
Monday-Friday, 8:30 - 10 am
Week 6 (August 1-5)
Sandra Gallegos, Teaching Artist
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For Ages 5-6 • Art, artifacts and architecture! We’ll look at art and architecture from all seven continents. Let’s explore ancient art and building techniques to create our own “wonders of the world”.
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$110 (members $99)
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Pinball Wizards
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Pinball Wizards (Su16.118)
Monday-Friday, 8:30 - 10 am
Week 6 (August 1-5)
Rebecca Bennett Duke, Teaching Artist
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For Ages 6-8 • Get the high score by designing your very own table-top pinball game. Using science and art, students will create a theme and design blueprints for their game complete with obstacles to avoid and flippers to flip. Make your pinball fly around the board!
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$110 (members $99)
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Register Today

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Silent Movie Sillies
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Silent Movie Sillies (Su16.119)
Monday-Friday, 8:30 am - 10 am
Week 6 (August 1-5)
Grace Lacques, Teaching Artist
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For Ages 7-11 • Students will study silent film masters, Charlie Chaplin and Buster Keaton and then create their own short theater scenes. This fun drama class emphasizes elements of physical comedy and universal expression. Students learn the basics of non-verbal communication and how to project this ancient art on the stage.
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$110 (members $99)
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Register Today

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Optical Art Toys
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Optical Art Toys (Su16.120)
Monday-Friday, 8:30 am - 10 am
Week 6 (August 1-5)
Naomi Fox, Teaching Artist
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For Ages 9-11 • Students will explore early forms of entertainment before TV and movies. These toys used light and moving images before the invention of film to create fun. Using many materials, they’ll make toys such as kaleidoscopes, zoetropes, thaumatropes and even objects based on ancient shadow plays.
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$110 (members $99)
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Art Zoo
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Robots (Su16.121)
Monday-Friday, 10:30 am - 12 pm
Week 6 (August 1-5)
Michelle Wiener, Teaching Artist
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For Ages 3-4 • Students will construct their own robots! They’ll challenge their imaginations and use different materials to engineer their creations.
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$110 (members $99)
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Layered Landscapes
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Layered Landscapes (Su16.122)
Monday-Friday, 10:30 am - 12 pm
Week 6 (August 1-5)
Lindsay Kessner, Teaching Artist
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For Ages 4-5 • Students will use sculptural techniques to investigate different landscapes. They’ll learn about all types of landscapes: the desert, the ocean, the Moon and the icy arctic. Using many materials, they’ll build landscapes including trees, waterfalls, rocks and mountains.
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$110 (members $99)
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Art in Motion
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Art in Motion (Su16.124)
Monday-Friday, 10:30 am - 12 pm
Week 6 (August 1-5)
Naomi Fox, Teaching Artist
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For Ages 6-8 • Students will get in step with moving art while they make art that travels, flips, pops and spins. They’ll use various materials to keep their art moving.
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$110 (members $99)
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Click It! Snap It! Shoot It!
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Click It! Snap It! Shoot It! (Su16.125)
Monday-Friday, 10:30 am - 12 pm
Week 6 (August 1-5)
Allison Alford, Teaching Artist
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For Ages 7-9 • Students will discover the world of photography. They’ll create photogram stories, build sets for photo shoots and experiment with different lighting. They’ll look at inspiring photographers who create sets and situations. Then they’ll recreate their own version using props and even use each other as subjects.
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$110 (members $99)
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Register Today

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Paint Yourself
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Paint Yourself (Su16.128)
Monday-Friday, 12:30 pm - 2 pm
Week 6 (August 1-5)
Ed Leonardi, Teaching Artist
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For Ages 4-5 • Students will use drawing and painting to make real and imaginary faces. As we learn to draw noses, mouths, ears, eyebrows, and foreheads, we will explore our own faces and all the expressions we can make.
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$110 (members $99)
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Handmade Houses
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Handmade Houses (Su16.129)
Monday-Friday, 12:30 pm - 2 pm
Week 6 (August 1-5)
Tracy Nakayama, Teaching Artist
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For Ages 5-6 • Sometimes artists live in their artworks. Sometimes they have a vision of a whole city. We'll look at houses made by artists, and use their constructions as inspiration as we use many materials to create our own spaces. Through form or function, students will design their own unique vision.
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$110 (members $99)
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Buildings, Boats & Bridges
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Buildings, Boats & Bridges (Su16.131)
Monday-Friday, 12:30 pm - 2 pm
Week 6 (August 1-5)
Andrew Currey, Teaching Artist
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For Ages 7-9 • Students will learn about useful man-made structures in our everyday environment. From blueprints to skyscrapers, they will design and construct a building on a small scale. Students will experiment with how to float a boat and suspend a bridge.
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$110 (members $99)
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Comic Relief
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Comic Relief (Su16.132)
Monday-Friday, 12:30 pm - 2 pm
Week 6 (August 1-5)
Victoria Tao, Teaching Artist
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For Ages 8-10 • Students will invent characters, stories and places that illustrate aspects of their own lives. They’ll look at examples of artists who work with zines, comics and graphic novels to learn about drawing, timing and movement. Then students will tell a visual story in one full, colorful comic page.
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$110 (members $99)
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Blowing Bubbles
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Blowing Bubbles (Su16.135)
Monday-Friday, 2:30 pm - 4 pm
Week 6 (August 1-5)
Lindsay Kessner, Teaching Artist
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For Ages 4-5 • Create art by exploring with messy and moving materials. We’ll blow bubbles, squish putty, drip paint and tear textures to create paintings, sculptures and more.
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$110 (members $99)
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Aliens, Robots & Strange Creatures
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Aliens, Robots & Strange Creatures (Su16.136)
Monday-Friday, 2:30 pm - 4 pm
Week 6 (August 1-5)
Andrew Currey, Teaching Artist
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For Ages 5-6 • Students will sculpt, draw and paint fantastical creatures as they blend reality and imagination. They’ll make up stories and names for their creatures and create environments where they can live.
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$110 (members $99)
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Mysteries & Mazes
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Mysteries & Mazes (Su16.137)
Monday-Friday, 2:30 pm - 4 pm
Week 6 (August 1-5)
Patricia Liverman, Teaching Artist
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For Ages 6-8 • We’ll make mysterious artwork with secrets to unlock and challenges to solve. We will use paint, clay and other materials to create art that will keep you guessing.
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$110 (members $99)
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Pouring Paint
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Pouring Paint (Su16.138)
Monday-Friday, 2:30 pm - 4 pm
Week 6 (August 1-5)
Ed Leonardi, Teaching Artist
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For Ages 7-9 • Students will look at artwork by painters who drip, pour and stain canvas. They’ll learn about the process of mixing colors and diluting paint while experimenting with techniques of applying different types of paint to canvas and paper.
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$110 (members $99)
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Photography
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Photography (Su16.139)
Monday-Friday, 2:30 pm - 4 pm
Week 6 (August 1-5)
Allison Alford, Teaching Artist
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For Ages 9-11 • Students will be introduced to the basic concepts of black and white darkroom photography. Using both science and imagination, students will discover how photography is an extension of themselves.
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$110 (members $99)
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