Summer activities in Pasadena
The Armory Center for the Arts is in Old Town Pasadena at 145 North Raymond. It’s a non-profit organization offering exhibitions and art classes for the community.
There are several class sessions being offered for both kids, teenagers and adults during the upcoming summer.
Kids between ages 3 and 11 can sign up for a variety of classes including dance, painting, story telling, photography & set design, puppet theater and more. They even have an opportunity to make a movie by writing a script, creating characters and designing the set… way cool!
Middle school students under 12 can sign up for sculpture, drawing, photography, stop motion animation and more. Here’s an example of one of the classes:
I’m with the Band
Students will design their own CDs and record covers complete with graphics and illustrations, song titles and liner notes using a variety of media including stenciling, screen printing, drawing, painting and collage.
High School students between the ages of 15 and 18 are able to take their classes for free (registration fee is required.) Classes include ceramics, drawing and painting, and photography.
Adults have a selection of classes including Photoshop, letterpress, drawing, printmaking, pottery on wheel and more… There’s even a class focusing on teaching how to build a website.
Full schedule of art classes can be downloaded here.
Spaces fill up quickly and registration takes place on a first come first serve basis.
There are also several exhibitions coming up. So… check out Pasadena’s Armory Center for the Arts.
That takes us to day 12 of 365 Things To do in Pasadena™