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Alumni Spotlight: Ro "Wyldeflower" Contreras

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ArtNight Pasadena at the Armory on April 29 will be a homecoming for our musical guest DJ Wyldeflower, one of the rising stars at KCRW—arguably one of the most influential...

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Updated COVID Guidelines and Winter Studio Schedule

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Updated Winter Session Dates (January 4, 2022) – Due to rising COVID cases in LA County, we are postponing the start of winter classes by one week in order...

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Meet Our Youngest Supporters!

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Meet our youngest supporters! When twins Cameron and Lindy celebrated their birthday recently, their mom Kelley had a concern and an idea.

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Armory Selected for WPA-Inspired "Artists at Work" Program

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Pasadena Community Job Center, NAACP Pasadena, and the Armory are excited to take part in the Artists At Work (AAW), a workforce resilience program designed to support the rebuilding of...

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Alison Saar Re-imagines Dreamin' at the Armory

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The Armory is excited to present Alison Saar's Catfish Dreamin’, an outdoor temporary sculpture and related online program, on view now in our front garden.

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Fall Class Dates Announced: Online & Onsite

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Save the date!We’re excited to welcome you back to the Armory this fall with onsite classes for all ages. Or, try our popular online classes on Zoom.

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Teens Document One Year of COVID Lockdown with Zine Project

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What does justice mean in the age of COVID? Armory Teaching Artists posed this question to young adults from across the Southland participating in our COVID Chronicles 'Zine class.

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Michael McMillen Motel (Under the World) Gets a Makeover

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Recently, artist Michael McMillen visited the Armory to spruce up Motel (Under the World), his permanent floor installation depicting a robot, resting under glass, watching TV, and polishing off a...

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Online Exhibition: Armory Art Making Classes in Boyle Heights

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Generous support from the City of Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs enabled the Armory to partner with Proyecto Pastoral and Homeboy to present free art making classes for children...

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A Message from Our Executive Director Leslie A. Ito

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The deadly shootings in Atlanta and the countless attacks on Asian American elders in communities across the nation have saddened me and triggered memories.

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