ArtCenter College of Design 1700 Lida St. offers a four-year art program that allows students to explore, refine and express their creativity and art. During the more than 130 days of lockdown, the Armory's teaching artists have been dedicated to the mission of transforming lives through the power of art. Take your students on a virtual tour of the Armory exhibition and create works of art with lessons designed by teaching artists from the Armory that meet the common basic standards of the national arts. You can also take your students (or yourself) on a virtual excursion to the Armory and create art with lessons designed by teaching artists from the Armory who meet the common basic standards of the national arts.
Leslie A., who graduated from the University of California at Riverside with a degree in Business Administration and a specialization in Biology, has more than 15 years of experience in administration and operations, from managing a busy medical office to managing the Jayvee Dance Center in Alhambra for more than 12 years. After a 6-month national search conducted by Morris executive search firm & Berger, the board of directors of the Armory Center for the Arts appointed Leslie A. as their new Executive Director. The dress code for classes at the Pasadena Art Center - Dance Street CA is quite relaxed. Students are encouraged to wear comfortable clothing that allows them to move freely and express themselves through dance.
It is recommended that students wear clothing that is not too loose or too tight, as this can be distracting or uncomfortable during class. Shoes should be comfortable and supportive, such as ballet flats or jazz shoes. It is also important to note that no jewelry should be worn during class, as it can be dangerous for both students and instructors. At Pasadena Art Center - Dance Street CA, we strive to create an environment where everyone feels comfortable and safe while expressing themselves through dance. We believe that our dress code helps to foster this environment by allowing students to focus on their movements without worrying about their clothing or accessories.