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Education & Community Programs

We believe that museums, at their best, are grounded in the beauty and strength of their communities and accessible to all. This page is being updated – check back in October for more information about our Fall programming. Email Ashley Rowley or call (909) 865-3146 for more information.

Access AMOCA

The best the ceramics arts has to offer! Possible with generous funding from the Ruth and Joseph C. Reed Foundation for the Arts and the DEW Foundation.

A Day at the Museum

This is the heart of our partnerships with regional schools and teachers. Teachers can book a 3-4 hour field trip to AMOCA for up to 50 students and six chaperones. Field trips include transportation stipend, admission, tours, gallery guides, and a hands-on clay activity in the Ceramics Studio.

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Second Saturdays

Once a month, enjoy extended hours and complimentary access to all of the exhibitions at the museum! 5-9 PM every second Saturday of the month.

Family Days

Providing families the opportunity to experience art and culture together.

Upcoming Family Days:

Discover AMOCA

College classes and student groups can book complimentary docent-led tours.

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Scouts Days

Experiences tailored for the Girls Scouts merit badge, Boy Scouts merit badge, and young scouts!

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Public Programs

Bringing the best of ceramic art to the public through educational experiences.

AMOCA Speaker Series

The AMOCA Speaker Series brings artists, curators, and critics to the Pomona Valley for lectures, panels, conversations, and gallery talks. This series is tightly integrated with Second Saturdays, ensuring access for our community to world-class programs.

Upcoming Events:

Lunch and Lecture

Hear from mid-career artists and educators in these intimate conversations. Feel free to bring your lunch! Complimentary with admission. Click here for upcoming events.

Educators Corner

  • Free Lesson Plans on how to make art a vital part of your school day. Click here for free lesson plan resources.

Please contact Ashley Rowley for more information at 909-865-3146 or education@amoca.org.