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Armory Seeks Full Time Communications Department Associate

Posted by Armory Communications on 15 February 2017

Under the supervision of our Communications Director, you will perform and support day-to-day graphic design, media production, administrative, and PR tasks at Armory Center for the Arts — a nonprofit, contemporary arts center in Old Town Pasadena. Ideal candidate is a relatively-recent design or communications/marketing graduate with 1-2 years relevant experience.

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The Armory Launches a Year of Exhibitions and Events with Latin-American and Latinx Artists

Posted by Armory Exhibitions on 10 February 2017

Above: Federico Gama, Escondido, from the series Top Models mazahuacholoskatopunk, 2008. We are pleased to present #BetweenDownBelow/#EntreAbajoMasAbajo, a year of exhibitions and related programs that highlights Latin-American and Latinx artists and their work surrounding themes of communication, individual agency, collective action, and social spaces generated by alternative art practices.

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Spring Studio Registration Begins February 1

Posted by Armory Studio on 19 January 2017

Spring Studio registration begins Wednesday, February 1, at 10 am. Our nationally-recognized, award-winning art classes[http://armoryarts.

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Limited Edition Octavia E. Butler Print by Connie Samaras

Posted by Armory Press on 8 December 2016

*Connie Samaras The Past is Another Planet: Huntington Tropical Garden; OEB 7185, Octavia E. Butler and Large Tree, Amazon River Region, July 1985.

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Armory Appoints Joan Dooley as New Director of Studio Programs

Posted by on 27 July 2016

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Left: Entertainer and philanthropist Tony Bennett visits Joan Dooley's East L. A.

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Armory Helps Incarcerated Teen Girls Create a Mural in Santa Clarita

Posted by on 23 June 2016

Bright pink and blue chairs, a television screen, and vibrant paintings fill the “Hope Center” of Camp Joseph Scott Juvenile Hall — and for a moment it feels “normal. ” The Hope Center recently welcomed a new mural from the collaborative hands of the girls from the camp with the guidance of Armory Teaching Artists Nery Gabriel Lemus[http://www.

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