David Furman: The Artist is in the Details

May 16–July 25, 2009 Reception: Saturday, June 13, 6-9pm Special Event: Guest Artist Talk with David FurmanSaturday, June 27, 5-7 p.m. For more than 40 years, artist David Furman has created diverse works in clay that express his ideas, experiences, and perceptions through irony, empathy, and humor. His repertoire is vast: miniature room vignettes and […]

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Cerámica de la Tierra

The Pre-Columbian Tradition with contemporary works by Luis Bermudez and Francisco “Pancho” Jiménez February 28–May 9, 2009 Cerámica de la Tierra, presented by the American Museum of Ceramic Art, examines Mesoamerican and South American ceramics coupled with a glimpse of contemporary ceramic expressions rooted in pre-Columbian traditions. This exhibition, supported by the James Irvine Foundation,

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Pueblo Clay, America’s First Pottery

May 17–July 12, 2008 To establish historical context, Pueblo Clay, America’s First Pottery begins with a representative sampling of the Native American pottery collection held by the Pomona College Art Museum. Brought together over the last 70 years, this collection is particularly rich in Southwestern ceramics, both Pre-Columbian and Historic. Select pieces from the Mogollon

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Rudy Autio: In the Round

January 13–March 24, 2007  Opening Reception: January 13, 6–9 pm  Born in Butte, Montana in 1926, Rudy Autio is considered one of the most significant and inspirational artists working with clay in the United States today. Rudy Autio headed the ceramics department at the University of Montana for twenty-eight years. He was also a founding

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Color Counts: Gladding McBean

California Commercial Pottery (1930–1950) September 9–November 4, 2006 Opening Reception: Sept. 9, 6–9 pm The American Museum of Ceramic Art (AMOCA) will host Color Counts: Gladding McBean, from September 9 to November 4, 2006. This exhibition is a nostalgic walk through 20th century commercially produced pottery, primarily dinnerware and artware popular from the 1930s through

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