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Plan Your Visit

Museum Reopening:
June 19!

After over a year of virtual programming, we are thrilled to be open again starting on June 19, 2021. To celebrate our reopening and as a thank you to everyone who helped us get through the closure, complimentary admission through the end of August is available for all front-line workers, individuals working in health care, veterans, educators, students, and residents of the City of Pomona.

Two on a Lot
Three on the Tree:
Amy Santoferraro

Join us for a documentary video exploration of Santoferraro’s site-specific installation and creation process through June 4. Dates for upcoming broadcasts, and links to previous recordings, can be found on the exhibition page.

An image of K-12 students touring an Exhibition at AMOCA

Registration open for virtual tours!

Educational tours are now virtual! The registration process is simple, takes less than 5 minutes, and can be completed completely online.

You spoke, and we listened! Teachers and professors can select from live programs led virtually be AMOCA education staff, or pre-recorded programs and activities that can be led by the teacher at their leisure.

Announcing the 2021-2022 Artists in Residence

AMOCA announced today three artists in residence for 2021–2022: Natalia Arbelaez, from the Women’s Studio Workshop in Rosendale, NY; Kirstin Willders, from the Houston Center for Contemporary Craft in Houston, TX; and Colby Charpentier, from the Cranbrook Academy of Art in Bloomfield Hills, MI.

What’s Online

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399 N Garey Ave Pomona, CA 91767
909.865.3146 | info@amoca.org
The museum is currently closed to the public.

For information about Ceramics Studio hours and availability, please click the link below.

Ceramics Studio