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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)

11.11.17 - 11.11.17

Exhibitions Event: Figure Drawing with Artemisa Clark

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13:30 — 16:00
As part of our current exhibition Below the Underground: Renegade Art and Action in 1990s Mexico[http://armoryarts.org/exhibitions/exhibitions-2017/underground/], please join us for an exceptional figure drawing session in an innovative interpretation of a life-study class. Los Angeles-based performance and installation artist Artemisa Clark will re-present a street action originally performed by artist/activist Ema Villanueva, who presented a series of performances in Mexico City's public plazas in the early 2000s. Villanueva posed...
 
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11.14.17 - 11.14.17

Latinos in Pasadena: Culture, History and Impact

Time: 
19:00 — 20:30
Join us for the latest installment of the United Nations Association-Pasadena's “coffee talk” speaking series, featuring Latino Heritage Parade and Jamaica co-founder Robert H. Martínez. Born and raised in East Los Angeles, Ms. Martinez is a writer and independent scholar who earned her BA in Music and MA in Music History from UC Riverside. A major focus of her research is the history of communities whose stories...
 
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11.18.17 - 12.03.17

Friends In Deed: Art of The Women's Room

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12:00 — 17:00
This poignant display was made by guests of The Women's Room, which serves San Gabriel Valley women who are alone and homeless, or at risk of homelessness. The Women's Room is a program of Friends In Deed, an interfaith collaborative dedicated to meeting the needs of greater Pasadena's most vulnerable residents. The Armory's Community Room is open daily 12 - 5 pm. Admission is always free....
 
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