Meet our youngest supporters! When twins Cameron and Lindy celebrated their birthday recently, their mom Kelley had a concern and an idea.
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...
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.
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.
BOOM is an online showcase of the energetic, thoughtful and unapologetic work from the Armory’s Art High program.
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.
Join Armory teaching artist Heather Hilliard for Pasadena’s Parks After Dark programs.
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...
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...
The deadly shootings in Atlanta and the countless attacks on Asian American elders in communities across the nation have saddened me and triggered memories.