“That’s not art!” roared Theodore Roosevelt. Insanity, cried the critics.” Why do we celebrate an art exhibit, held for just one wintry month in 1913, at New York City’s 69th Street Armory? We celebrate the 1913 Armory Show, because it changed forever the face of America’s traditional realistic art form by introducing us to Europe’s new art forms, such as: Cubism, Futurism, German Expressionism, and Impressionism. As a result, NYC soon became the new home for the world’s most creative artists. On this tour, we will meet many of the “Armory’s” imaginative or, if you wish, scandalous artists.