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Week 1 only Down and to the Left:
Reflections on Mexico in the NAFTA Era


On view now through 09.17.17

An exhibition that depicts socioeconomic and political climates and contradictions, including vast discrepancies in wealth and social status, actions of political protest and social unrest, indigenismo traditions, and emergent youth cultures.
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all 3 weeks Giacomo Castagnola:
Common Trades, Urban Metabolism of Knowledge, L.A. Version


On view now through 09.17.17

New and recent work by the Armory’s artist-in-residence Giacomo Castagnola, a San Francisco/Mexico City-based architect and designer.
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Other Events (Current and Upcoming)

07.22.17 - 09.08.17

We Belong: Art from the City of Pasadena Adaptive Art Program

Time: 
12:00 — 17:00
"Do I belong?" can be asked on many levels and ultimately affects everyone in a community. While the theme of "separation" continues to be pervasive in politics and media, adult artists from Pasadena's Adaptive Art Program have skillfully deconstructed the idea of "inclusion" and proudly present a collaboration of artworks which focus on the idea of belonging. Themes of friendship and belonging are skillfully depicted in these...
 
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07.27.17 - 07.27.17

Armory Kids Workshops at Levitt Pavilion July 27

Time: 
17:30 — 20:30
This summer, the Armory will offer art workshops taught by our highly skilled teaching artists free of charge at the Levitt Pavilion Pasadena Summer Season Concerts, which take place prior to the Levitt’s Children’s Night concerts all summer long. Facebook Event *Tonight's Performance: The Party Animals * Immediately following our art workshops, stick around the Levitt Pavilion for The Party Animals. Where else can you see a...
 
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08.13.17 - 08.13.17

2017 Monster Drawing Rally

Time: 
13:00 — 17:00
The Armory’s annual live drawing event and sale returns. See artwork being created by 100 artists in front of an enthusiastic crowd, then purchase drawings on site for $75 each. $5 draught beer on-tap throughout the day, courtesy of Pasadena's Craftsman Brewing Company. Craft beer, DJs, and food trucks, too. Tickets are $10 and are available at the door. Buy your tickets online now and receive one complimentary...
 
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08.15.17 - 08.15.17

Learning from Our Past: Chinese Exclusion Act, 135 Years of History and its Impact on Immigration

Time: 
19:00 — 20:30
Rick Eng is an officer of the national board of the Chinese American Citizens Alliance (C.A.C.A.), the nation's oldest, continuous Asian American civil rights and advocacy organization established in 1895. Headquartered in San Francisco, there are 19 chapters (lodges) nationwide. Rick also is on the boards of the Chinese Historical Society of Southern California (CHSSC) and OCA-greater Los Angeles plus he previously served on the board of...
 
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