Gallery Hours: Fridays 2-6 PM
Saturdays & Sundays 1-5 PM
Admission is always free.

See Art, Make Art Field Trips

Armory exhibition field trips are booking now through May 2024. Our Teaching Artists tour your K-12 students through our current exhibition, where they'll learn about its concepts and themes through inquiry-based, interactive activities. Then, our Teaching Artists will lead your students through an artmaking activity related to what they learned about the exhibition (see example below). Every student will make their own artwork to bring home, fostering a sense of agency and an increased understanding of the relevance of art to their own lives. See Art, Make Art field trips align with California and National Core Arts Standards for visual arts.

The Armory's See Art, Make Art field trips are offered Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays from 9:30 to 11:30 AM. Field trips for up to 35 students are $450. Sliding scale options are available. All materials are included.


About the Winter/Spring Exhibition

Terry Chatkupt: A Year
This exhibition of recent artwork by Pasadena-based artist Terry Chatkupt uses the vast, wild terrain of the San Gabriel Mountains as a backdrop and inspiration. Through video, photo, ambient music, and installation, the exhibition explores connections between nature, home, and family from the point of view of the artist and his young children as they navigated a year of lockdown in their Northeast Pasadena neighborhood. Terry Chatkupt: A Year is an honest examination of the complicated, caring, and often magical relationship between parent and child that focuses on the complexities of life during and after the pandemic.

The Armory's See Art, Make Art program is made possible in part wit support from the City of Pasadena Cultural Affairs Division, the Rowe & Gayle Giesen Trust, and the Z Clark Branson Foundation.

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