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Upcoming Events

Sep. 25, 2017

Create Justice: Pop-Up Exhibit & Reception

Time: 
18:00 — 21:00
Join us for a one-night-only pop-up exhibit that illuminates ongoing conversations surrounding youth justice reform, arts engagement, and cultural equity. See work by renowned artists like Ernesto Yerena and Yosi Sergant, plus art made by youth in detention facilities from across the country. This exhibit is the kick-off event for Create Justice: A National Discussion on Arts and Youth Justice. This two-day national forum is hosted... more...
Oct. 13, 2017

ArtNight Pasadena at the Armory

Time: 
18:00 — 22:00
Enjoy a free evening of art and entertainment as Pasadena’s most prominent institutions swing open their doors for ArtNight. Make the Armory your hub location, then hop on free shuttle buses connecting dozens of other cultural destinations, including the Norton Simon, Art Center, and the PMCA. The night is yours to decide. For fall ArtNight, explore the Armory’s year-round art classes for toddlers, children, teens, and... more...
Oct. 14, 2017

Opening Reception: Below the Underground: Renegade Art and Action in 1990s Mexico

Time: 
19:00 — 21:00
Armory Center for the Arts cordially invites you and your guests to attend the opening reception of our fall exhibition Below the Underground: Renegade Art and Action in 1990s Mexico. This exhibition looks at social spaces and political actions created by alternative art practices, beyond the now-familiar independents toward diverse artist initiatives – from newly acquired brick and mortar spaces, to ad hoc street performances and interventions,... more...
Nov. 11, 2017

Exhibitions Event: Figure Drawing with Artemisa Clark

Time: 
13:30 — 16:00
Join us for an exceptional figure drawing session in an innovative interpretation of a life-study class. On November 11, 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 as a model, using the medium of nude figure drawing to reflect... more...