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On View:January 20–September 8, 2024
Opening Reception:January 20, 2024, 4–6 PM
Tour + Meet CuteFebruary 10, 2024, 1–3 PM
Artist PanelsMay 23, 2024, 12-1 PM; April 25, 2024, 12-1 PM; March 2, 2024, 12-1 PM

Fahrenheit 2024 – Exhibition Overview

The American Museum of Ceramic Art (AMOCA) is delighted to announce Fahrenheit 2024, the revival of our juried exhibition. Launched in 2018, Fahrenheit 2018 received an overwhelming response and showcased over 80 artists’ best ceramic creations juried by Patti Warashina. This year, AMOCA features the talents of artists contributing to the contemporary ceramic arts community. We are honored that Kathy King, Director of the Ceramics Program at Harvard University, is the esteemed juror for this year’s exhibition. 

Artists whose works were selected through the jurying process will be celebrated at the opening reception. This exhibition will provide an invaluable platform for showcasing a diverse range of work and fostering recognition within the ceramics community. 


Kathy King is an active studio artist in the Boston area and Director of the Harvard Ceramics Program. She has taught at Massachusetts College of Art in Boston, Rhode Island School of Design in Providence, RI, and University of Massachusetts in Dartmouth, MA, and was an Associate Professor at Georgia State University in Atlanta, Georgia, until 2007. Her undergraduate work included the School of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, MA, and she received her BA in Studio Art with a major in Ceramics from Connecticut College, New London, CT, in 1990.  She received her MFA from the University of Florida in Gainesville, FL, in 1998. She has given workshops and lectures at over seventy-five colleges, schools, and art centers throughout the USA. The National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts featured King as an Emerging Artist in 1999, a Demonstrating Artist in 2002, a co-juror with Mark Burns for the 2012 National Student Juried Show, and a lecturer and panelist. The Boston Foundation, Boston, MA, recently awarded her a Brother Thomas Fellowship. Her work can also be found in numerous publications and periodicals, including Ceramics: Art and Perception, Studio Potter, Clay Times, Art Papers, and Ceramics Monthly. Learn more on King’s website.

Exhibiting Artists

Eugene Ofori Agyei
Ivan Albreht
Brooke Armstrong
Mary Catherine Bassett
Matt Becker
Zimra Beiner
Pamela Belding
Patrick Ryan Bell
Ann Boyajian
Jeremy R. Brooks
Jackie Brown
Adam Chau
Kai Cho
Israel Davis
Louise Deroualle
Nate Ditzler
Jena Dost
Rebecca Frantz
Bobby Free
Misty Gamble
Rachel K. Garceau
Alina Hayes
Isys Hennigar
Steve Hilton
Stephen Horn
Jing Huang

Luke Huling
Yoon Hwang
Michelle Im
Susannah Israel
Peter Christian Johnson
Tsehai Johnson
Jonathan Kaplan
Mayumi Kiefer
Minah Kim
Wansoo Kim
Robert King
Brian Kohl
Bethany Krull
Liz Langyher
Josephine Mette Larsen
YehRim Lee
Clay Leonard
Cindy Leung
Suzanne M. Long
Alex Lukas
Joan Lurie
Warren Mather
Jennifer McCandless
Mac S. McCusker
Brian McNamara
Dan Molyneux

Vince Montague
Cathy Moynihan
Rebecca Murtaugh
megumi naitoh AKA Yellow Clay
Car Nazzal
Farraday Newsome
Kelly O’Briant
Peter Olson
Paige O’Toole
Jared Peterson
Hannah Pierce
Dovetail Practice
Elaine Quave
Tyler Quintin
Jeremy D. Randall
Melodie Reay
Sasha Koozel Reibstein
Jocelyn Reid
Don Ridley
Jesse J. Ring
John Roberts
Justin Rothshank
Amanda Salov
Rose Schreiber
Nick Sevigney
Sam Shamard

Adam Shiverdecker
Carly Slade
Claudia V. Solórzano
Kala Stein
Valerie Suter
Cheryl Tall
Zach Tate
Iren Tete
Timea Tihanyi
C.A. Traen
Bianca Turner
Chidi Ukwuoma
Anna Valenti
Kushala Vora
Yage Wang
Casey Whittier
Mary Cale Wilson
Sarah-Anne Winchester
Travis Winters
Shiyuan Xu
Hee Joo Yang
ChengOu Yu

Selected Images

Best of Show

The Fahrenheit 2024 Best of Show, selected by Kathy King, is awarded to Carly Slade for Berta, a ceramic “scrap truck” created with remote control car components and found objects. King shares, “The work I chose as “Best in Show” spoke to me for its meticulous craftsmanship and because it represented “the in-between” in our country – those overlooked or struggling due to societal or economic constructs and the impermanence of home.” Slade will receive a solo exhibition in the Igal & Diane Silber Vault Gallery at AMOCA in 2025-26.

Thanks to our supporters

This exhibition is funded, in part, by a grant from the Dew Foundation and by support from the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors through the Department of Arts and Culture.

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