Artist Talk with Natalia Arbelaez Tuesday, May 11, 2021 • 12 PM (Pacific) Join AMOCA Artist in Residence Natalia Arbelaez for an artist talk to learn more about her artistic practice, residencies, and recent work. “For over the last month, I’ve been tucked away AMOCA making work and researching their permanent collection as a visiting […]
Live in the Cultivar Garden with Grayson Fair and Carrie Kiel Monday, May 10, 2021 • 12 PM (PST) Join Grayson Fair (Artist in Residence at the American Museum of Ceramic Art) and Carrie Kiel (Postdoctoral Fellow at the California Botanic Garden) for a live, virtual tour of Clayfornia: Ceramic Sculpture in the California Sunshine.
Live in the Cultivar Garden with Grayson Fair and Danielle Wildasinn Monday, April 12, 2021 • 12 PM (PST) Join Grayson Fair (Artist in Residence at the American Museum of Ceramic Art) and Danielle Wildasinn (Visitor Experience Coordinator at the California Botanic arden) for a live, virtual tour of Clayfornia: Ceramic Sculpture in the California
Virtual Conversation and Gallery Walk with Joanne Hayakawa April 6, 2021 • 5 PM (PST) You are cordially invited to a virtual conversation and gallery walk with artist Joanne Hayakawa, will celebrate the closing of Joanne Hayakawa: A Wing and a Prayer II. Hayakawa will be hosted by our very own Nathan Stanfield for a
Recovering the FutureMarch 30 • 5 PM (Pacific) • OnlineTickets are free and open to the public for this special online engagement. First 100 to RSVP using code “RECOVERY” receive a gift worth $50 RSVP RSVP on Eventbrite You are invited to the first in a series of critical conversations dealing with the pressing issues
This event took place live on March 30, 2021. A recording of the event is available on YouTube. You are invited to the first in a series of critical conversations dealing with the pressing issues of the day. Featuring Carl Grunfeld, MD–PhD and Ellen Reid. Hosted by Andrew Vosko, PhD. What can a Pulitzer Prize-winning
Closing Reception for Making in Between: Contemporary Chinese American Ceramics February 18, 2021 • 4 PM (Pacific Standard Time) All good things must come to an end! Although we have not yet been able to welcome the general public to view this exhibition, the art must head to its next destinations. We are grateful to