Armory Center for The Arts

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Armory Center for The Arts
Armory Center for The Arts is listed in the Museums category in Pasadena, California. Displayed below is the only current social network for Armory Center for The Arts which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Armory Center for The Arts on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 78.

Contact information for Armory Center for The Arts is:
145 N Raymond Ave
Pasadena, CA 91103
(626) 792-5101

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Armory Center for The Arts has an overall ZapScore of 78. This means that Armory Center for The Arts has a higher ZapScore than 78% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Pasadena, California is 34 and in the Museums category is 55. Learn more about ZapScore.

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Interested in darkroom photography? Teaching artists, Laura Parker, is teaching Darkroom for adults Wednesdays 6:30-9 pm and for ages 15-18 on Saturdays from 1-3 pm. Whether you are a beginner or an advanced student, Laura will work with you to develop the skills you want to achieve. Sign up today at http://armoryarts.org/studio #onlyinoldpas #pasadena #darkroomphoto #darkroom #photography #artclass #studentlearning #makesomething

Armory Center for the Arts shared The Arts for Incarcerated Youth Network's post.
As part of the #createjustice efforts, the LA County Board of Supervisors presented @aiynetwork with scrolls at this week's board meeting! đź“śA highlight of Act II will be a pop-up exhibit here at the Armory on Monday 9/25 at 6:00 pm that is open to the public.
Thrilled and honored to have the incredible members of Arts for Incarcerated Youth Network honored by Supervisor Sheila Kuehl and the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors this morning! Honoring the work of our members, and the upcoming #CreateJustice!

Meet Matt. If you're a teen, you can sign up for one of his art classes! In Matt's own words, he initially applied to teach at the Armory because "I needed something to do after Grad School in 2003. I didn't know if I would like teaching or if I would be a good teacher, but luckily I did and I was! I am excited to be reunited with the Armory after 6 years away. It feels like a family reunion of sorts." Matt looks forward to meeting a new batch of students who always come with a slew of insane, bizarre, and genius ideas that never cease to amaze. During his time away from the Armory, Matt taught full-time at a Charter School in Koreatown. He really valued the experience as he became a much better teacher and classroom manager, teaching 6-8 classes a day with very few breaks. Matt, is a passionate and talented artist. You can learn more about him by visiting http://www.mattiemac.com Matt's classes include: Zine Workshop for 12-14 year olds on Monday evenings and Make A Graphic Novel on Friday evenings for 15-18 year olds. Classes begin October 2, sign up today at http://armoryarts.org/studio.

Creativity is more than a hobby. It's an in-demand career path. Taught by professional artists, our fine art and media art courses are for serious students and meet AP Studio Art requirements. Classes for teens 15-18 are grant-funded and tuition free. Share with a friend and sign up today.
With roots going back to 1947, Pasadena's Armory Center for the Arts is a national leader in artist-driven education

Armory Center for the Arts shared The Arts for Incarcerated Youth Network's post.
This Pop-Up Exhibition is one week away!
Create Justice is a new initiative focused on the intersection of arts and juvenile justice. In partnership with Carnegie Hall we will be hosting a Pop-Up Exhibition and Reception on Monday 9/25 starting at 6pm at Armory Center for the Arts. We hope you can join us! To learn more about Create Justice click on the video below. https://youtu.be/kVCnuu0nvNw
Carnegie Hall’s Weill Music Institute (WMI) and the Los Angeles–based Arts for Incarcerated Youth Network (AIYN) gathered a diverse group of more than 150 th...