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.
Thank you to all who joined the Armory in taking a look at emerging art technologies with artists Devon Baur and Peter Wu+.
Thank you to all who joined artists and abolitionists Mims and Cecilia Sweet-Coll for "Art and Abolition in Los Angeles," the fourth installment of the Armory's Active Voice conversation series.
Thank to all who joined the Armory for a lively, virtual discussion with Alison Saar and co-curators Irene Georgia Tsatsos and Rebecca McGrew (of the Armory and the Benton respectively)...
Enjoy a reading of three works included in the Alison Saar: Of Aether and Earthe exhibition catalogue, recorded during the virtual catalogue release event last autumn.
Join Armory teaching artist Heather Hilliard for Pasadena’s Parks After Dark programs.
Thank you to all who joined us for the Armory's new literary reading series on racial justice, presented in conjunction with the ongoing exhibition Alison Saar: Of Aether and Earthe.
On March 11, 2021, the Armory celebrated the live book launch of Sara Kathryn Arledge: Serene for the Moment, the first extended monograph on the artist produced in conjunction with...
Active Voice: Conversations at the Intersection of Art, Community, and Social Justice is a monthly conversation series hosted by Armory Center for the Arts inspired by the conversations and reflections...
This conversation between artists Dina Abdulkarim and Hugo Hopping, moderated by artist Harry Gamboa Jr.