Arts Education
Education Production Based Programming
Education Production Based Programming
Education Production Based Programming
Partner Schools
Youth Corps Internships
Youth Corps Internships
Youth Corps Internships
Youth Corps Internships
Family Programming
Family Programming

Arts Education at Park Avenue Armory gives students and families the tools to think creatively and trust their own aesthetic judgement by exposing them to outside-the-box artists and architecture.

The Arts Education Initiatives at Park Avenue Armory are:

Production-Based Programming

Partner Schools

Armory Youth Corps

Family Programming

Arts Education by the Numbers

Since 2010, the Armory’s arts education program has had:

61 Artists Directly Interacting with Students
92 Youth Corps Participants Working 16,928 Paid, Mentored hours
567 Workshops Created to Serve 11,200 Students and Families
1,100,000 Students Reached through Armory-Produced Education Resources at 1,861 NYC public schools

Frequently Asked Questions

Arts Education Brochure

Park Avenue Armory’s arts education programs are supported by generous grants from the Pershing Square Foundation, The Zelnick/Belzberg Charitable Trust, the Stavros Niarchos Foundation, the Booth Ferris Foundation, the Pinkerton Foundation, Lizbeth and Frank Newman, Lester and Enid Morse, the Milton and Sally Avery Arts Foundation, and the Michael Tuch Foundation. Additional support has been provided by the members of the Armory’s Education Committee.

The Armory’s arts education programs are made possible by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.

Arts Education Banner Photo: Da Ping Luo