Pictured-left: Charlie Hill, “Jug Collection,” Grade 12, Chadwick School, Palos Verdes, California. Pictured-right: Michaela Arsene, “Lady Davis,” Grade 9-10, Lake Forest, California.

2022 Annual High School Ceramics Exhibition

The 2022 Annual High School Ceramics Exhibition features works by 99 students from 50 cities in 16 states – a vibrant sample of the next generation of ceramic talent in the United States.

This program generously funded provided, in part, through grants from Ruth and Joseph C. Reed Foundation for the Arts, and the DEW Foundation.

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Juried Artists

Join us in congratulating the following student artists selected for the exhibition:

California

Baldwin Park: Maritza Ortega ’22 Cerritos: Tianqu Lin ’22 Claremont: Gavin Langhorst ’23 Dublin: Eleni Freeman ’24/25, Elizabeth Koh ’23, Judit Kontra ’22 Glendale: Maya Albuerne ’23, Kaliani Boden ’22 Glendora: Allison Chung ’24/25 Granada Hills: Demi Sedrakyan ’22 La Canada: Melody Huang ’22, Maylin Chen ’24/25, Kelsey Lin ’24/25 Lake Forest: Delfina Anderson Comas ’24/25, Wilfredo Argueta ’22, Michaela Arsene ’24/25, Michael Brail ’22, Zoe Carmack ’24/25, Adolfo Corrales ’24/25, Cathy Ellsworth ’22, Mischa Miranda ’24/25, Peyton Neblett ’24/25, Brandon Perez ’23 Los Angeles:Audrey Chen ’24/25, Julissa Espinoza ’24/25 Los Olivos: Catherine Allen ’23 Monrovia: Alexis Castellanos ’23, Ian Hughes ’23, Sarah Lopez ’24/25, Emma Luiten ’24/25 Montclair: Alex Covarrubias ’24/25 Murietta: Luna Cook ’23, Krista Karban ’22, Viktoria Petrovski ’23, Alexandra Santana ’22 Palos Verdes: Annie Cushman ’23, Charles Hill ’22, Max Polin ’24/25, Jo Reina ’24/25 Pasadena: James Gomez ’22 Rancho Cucamonga: Kaylee Houghton ’22 Redlands: Sydney Young ’23 Riverside: Brittany Hernandez ’22, Nhu Hua ’23, Emberlee Preciado ’22 Rolling Hills: Isabella Dunlap ’23 San Francisco: Phoebe Anzalone ’23, Natalie Deiner ’23 Sherman Oaks: Isabelle Verdery ’23 Tustin: Kiera Henson ’24/25 Venice: Alina Williams ’24/25 Wildomar: Mc Kenna Trimble ’23

Florida

Casselberry: Avery Birle ’22 Winter Park: Hannah Yared ’22, Elaine Peng ’22

Georgia

College Park: Amari James ’23 East Point: Karizma Baker-Upshaw ’22

Idaho

Post Falls: Mya Gackstetter ’22, Jensen Wilson ’23

Kansas

Shawnee: Destyni Meadows ’22, Lacy Nettie ’24/25

Louisiana

Covington: Kristen Cloutman ’22, Avery McLaughlin ’22

Maryland

Rockville: Elizabeth Khludenev ’23

Nevada

Carson City: Kora Ashton ’22

New York

Binghampton: Amanda Bixby ’22, Mary Brom ’24/25, Savana Collins ’22, Ainsley Staub ’22, Sophia Sullivan ’22, Jennings Terrell ’24/25 Island Park: Jordan Serrano ’22, Liam Zvonik ’24/25 Wading River: Brianna Daman ’22

North Carolina

Apex: Leena Ganta ’24/25 Holly Springs: Shannon Carroll ’22

Ohio

Cincinnati: Skylei James ’22 Perrysburg: Morgan Hirsch ’23, Chloe Toon ’22

Oregon

Corvallis: Adam Miller ’22 Hillsboro: Simone Raymond ’23,Lydia Rubash ’22, Brooklin Rue ’24/25, Jennifer Valencia ’22/23, Gracie Vanderpoel ’23, Nia Zenger ’24/25

Pennsylvania

Mercer: Alexandra Schuster ’24/25 Sharpsville: Sarah Bush ’22

Virginia

Mechanicsville: Sarah Gormley ’23, Caroline Hession ’23, Emily Maxson ’22

Washington

Olympia: Asher Coppin ’22, Kylee Lyons ’23, Anastasia Ochkur ’22, Takara Putt ’24/25 Seattle: Kyu-Sun Kim ’24/25 Shelton: Yamila Rojas ’22

Wisconsin

Beaver Dam: Alexandra Olson ’24/25

Annual High School Exhibition Program

Since 2014, AMOCA has hosted an annual juried exhibition showcasing the remarkable talents of high school students studying the ceramic arts. Click the link below to learn more about the program and past exhibitions.

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