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

See Art, Make Art: Exhibition Field Trips

A Unique Hands-on Art Experience for K-12 Students

Bring your students to the Armory this spring! Armory teaching artists will lead your students through our current exhibition Exposure: Native Art and Political Ecology. Your students will discuss works of art in the exhibition made by contemporary Indigenous artists from all over the world. They will also consider how artists show care for and protect their communities through art. Then, your students will design their own protective amulet in our spacious main art studio using clay, wire, and other materials. Every student will make an artwork they can bring home.

Our spring See Art, Make Art field trips are offered Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays from 9:30 to 11:30 AM at $450 per field trip (all materials included). Needs-based sliding scale options are available. Maximum students per field trip: 35. For more information on how to book your field trip, reach out to us at

Anticipated student outcomes include:

  • Developing skills in visual observation
  • Strengthening knowledge of artmaking techniques through hands-on instruction, utilizing a variety of materials and tools
  • Fostering emotional intelligence skills, including creativity, critical thinking, communication, and collaboration
  • Increasing an appreciation for and personal understanding of contemporary art's relevance for individuals and communities.


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