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Circles of Commitment

Circles of Commitment members are among AMOCA’s most generous donors. As patrons of the American Museum of Ceramic Art, they are offered special opportunities to be involved with other donors and to participate meaningfully in the Museum’s future. The Board of Directors is committed to a cultural organization distinguished by excellence, innovation, and a celebration of clay in all its manifestations.

Circle members enjoy a special relationship with AMOCA Executive Director Beth Ann Gerstein and have privileged access to several Museum offerings, activities, and benefits.

Members can customize their activities and experiences to suit their own needs and interests. In short, Guest Services is prepared to connect Circle members to additional AMOCA services.

Terracotta Circle

$1,000/year • $950 tax-deductible

All member benefits plus:

  • Invitations for two to exclusive, curator-led programs and exclusive exhibition opening previews.
  • Invitations for two to special programs with AMOCA’s Executive Director, curators, and distinguished guests.
  • Recognition on AMOCA’s Donor Wall.

Earthenware Circle

$2,500/year • $2,450 tax-deductible

All of the above, plus:

  • Invitation to one additional exclusive curator-led program or exclusive exhibition opening preview (two events total).
  • Two additional tickets for each event for your guests (four tickets total per event).

Stoneware Circle

$5,000/year • $4,950 tax-deductible

All of the above, plus:

  • Invitation for two to the annual Executive Director’s Circle conversation with Beth Ann Gerstein.

Porcelain Circle

$10,000/year • $9,900 tax-deductible

All of the above, plus:

  • Invitations for two to special, intimate programs including private collection tours and artist studio excursions.
  • Concierge service for all your AMOCA needs.

Director’s Circle

$25,000/year • $24,900 tax-deductible

All of the above, plus:

  • Private meeting with Executive Director Beth Ann Gerstein or other senior AMOCA leaders upon request.
  • Private curator consultation visit upon request.

Naming Opportunities

Having first-class facilities is a commitment of AMOCA. Donors can be recognized in a number of ways. To learn more, email Paul Roach, Director of Advancement and Communications.

Endowment Opportunities

People are the heart and soul of AMOCA, and endowed positions encourage continuity staffing and permanence in museum leadership. To learn more, email Paul Roach, Director of Advancement and Communications.