2020 SoCal High School Ceramics Call for Entry!

Southern California High School Ceramics Exhibition 2020 logo

The American Museum of Ceramic Art is proud to announce the 2020 installment of our Annual High School Ceramics Exhibition.

Application Opens: January 15, 2020, 12:00 AM

Application Closes: February 14, 11:59 PM

Accepted Artwork Notification: Friday, February 28

Submission Requirements: Medium: Work submitted for consideration must be at least 60% ceramic. Works may be made using air dry clay or oven-baked clay as long as the work is not too fragile, unstable, or otherwise unmanageable.

Minimum and Maximum dimensions:Work submitted should be no smaller than 2” in any dimension, and no larger than 36” in any dimension.

Eligibility: Entrants must live within a 60-mile radius of Pomona, California and be enrolled in a public or private high school or comparable home school program.

Artwork Delivery Deadline: Sunday, March 15 – Sunday, March 22 Students, parents or teachers are responsible for the transportation of artwork to and from the Museum.

Exhibition Dates: April 11 – May 24, 2020 in the Julianne and David Armstrong Gallery.

Opening Reception and Award Presentation: Saturday, April 11, 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM.

Artwork Pick-up: May 27 – June 10, 2020, Sunday – Sunday, 2:00 PM – 5:00 PM.

Additional Information – AMOCA reserves the right to reject works that are exceedingly fragile, unstable, unmanageable, or that it deems not suitable for a family audience, or is otherwise unacceptable.

– AMOCA makes no guarantees that submissions will be accepted.
– AMOCA does not assume responsibility for damage or loss during the transport, handling, exhibition, or return of the artworks.
– Works must be picked up by June 10, 2020 they will be considered an unrestricted donation to AMOCA and will be processed accordingly.
– AMOCA retains the right to display and photographically reproduce work accepted for this exhibition for publicity, promotional or educational purposes.
– Artists accepted into the exhibition may be asked to provide a 3-5 sentence statement about their artwork.
Image: Reh Megan, Between Worlds, Mater Dei High School Santa Ana