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Kilnopening.edu 2014

Kilnopening.edu 2014 So-Cal Ceramic Academia Presented in support of ceramic education, kilnopening.edu is a biennial exhibition that underscores the importance of college-level ceramics programs. The exhibition is an opportunity to view a wide variety of ceramic artworks created by Southern California college/university professors and select advanced students. For the first time this year, we have […]

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Patsy Cox: Romanesco Fractals

IN THE VAULT Lecture: March 8, 7:00pm February 8, 2014 -March 30, 2014 Structure, activity and growth found both in nature and the urban landscape are emulated and celebrated through the use of modular units in my installation-based work that configure and reconfigure with each manifestation.Romanesco Fractals, began with a fascination of the Romanesco Broccoli, […]

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Best Kept Secret: The Scripps College Ceramic Collection

The American Museum of Ceramic Art Presents: January 11, 2014 through March 30, 2014 Pomona, CA – The American Museum of Ceramic Art is honored to present Best Kept Secret: The Scripps College Ceramic Collection, an exhibition organized by The Ruth Chandler Williamson Gallery at Scripps College. Curated by Kirk Delman, Collections Manager and Registrar, […]

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ICHEON: Reviving the Korean Ceramics Tradition

An Exhibition of International Importance October 12, 2013 through December 29, 2013 The American Museum of Ceramic Art is honored to present ICHEON: Reviving the Korean Ceramics Tradition, an unprecedented exhibition organized by Icheon, South Korea. Icheon has a history of ceramic culture that began over 5000 years ago and has a reputation for its […]

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Association of Clay and Glass Artists

AMOCA welcomes to THE VAULT three members of the Association of Clay and Glass Artists of California (ACGA). ACGA promotes the highest standards of craftsmanship and showcases the best of ceramic art.Annette Corcoran, Bill Heiderich and Mark Goudy create ceramic artwork that reflects ACGA’s lofty goals, yet each has a distinct style and approach to […]

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AMOCA’s Permanent Collection Hall Exhibition Preview

The Story So Far August 10, 2013 Wondering what’s happening in Gallery B? Can’t wait to see AMOCA’s permanent collection on display to the public? Opening August 10, 2013 AMOCA will have a sneek peak preview of the proposed Permanent Collection Hall. See a selection of permanent collection pieces, artists renderings of future layouts, pictures […]

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Soldaderas: Mujeres De Vanguardia

September 14, 2013 –November 3, 2013 The American Museum of Ceramic Art is proud to present, Soldaderas: Mujeres de vanguardia (Avant-Garde Women), a colorful and inviting exhibition of Oaxaca, Mexico’s leading female Folk Ceramic Artists. Folk Art is defined as the “art of the people,” and thereby is analogous to “family.” The fundamental force behind Folk Art is indeed […]

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Árbol de la vida: Una tradición mexicana

IN THE VAULT Noviembre 9, 2013 – Enero 26, 2014 El Museo Americano de Cerámica se enorgullece en presentar, Árbol de la vida: Una tradición Mexicana, una vibrante exhibición que presenta las obras de Herón Martínez Mendoza, uno de los artistas pioneros que desarrolló la tradición mexicana de los árboles de la vida en Acatlán […]

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Ceramic Biennial 2013

August 10, 2013 – September 29, 2013    The American Museum of Ceramic Art is honored to present Ceramic Biennial 2013, a community exhibition and fundraiser featuring Southern California artists in association with the American Ceramic Society – Design Chapter. This year’s exhibition will feature guest artist Karen Sullivan and be judged by Patrick Crabb. […]

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The Clay Connection: Jim and Nan McKinnell

May 18, 2013 – July 28, 2013 The Clay Connection: Jim and Nan McKinnell celebrates the five-decade careers of Jim and Nan McKinnell, whose prolific output included tens of thousands of ceramic works. The McKinnells, known for their diverse vessel forms, often collaborated on pieces, with one shaping the work and the other adding decoration; but, […]

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