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 Sunshine. Hear insights about the exhibition, learn about California native plants, and explore this unique collaboration between the California Botanic Garden and the American Museum of Ceramic Art.

This virtual event is free and open to the public. It will take place on YouTube Live; RSVP is required.


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Ceramic Sculpture in the California Sunshine

This exhibition is a special collaboration between the California Botanic Garden and the American Museum of Ceramic Art. Visitors to the Garden may enjoy the exhibition free of charge with the purchase of admission. The exhibition will be open through May 31, 2021.

Clay and California go together. Clay has been part of California’s history through every sun-dappled chapter and continues to find beautiful expressions in the hands of artists who live and work in Southern California. Clayfornia showcases the works of fourteen artists that have worked at the Ceramics Studio, with special installations of their work throughout the California Botanic Garden.

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The California Botanic Garden

California Botanic Garden is the largest botanic garden dedicated to California native plants, promoting botany, conservation and horticulture to inspire, inform and educate the public and scientific community about California’s native flora. The Garden is a living museum with curated collections of more than 22,000 California native plants, some of which are rare or endangered. Spread across 86 acres in Claremont, California, the Garden is located approximately 35 miles east of Los Angeles. The Garden displays about 2000 taxa of California plants and includes those native to the California Floristic Province.

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