Walking Tour: AMOCA X Progress Gallery
February 13 • 12–2 PM (Pacific) • In Person
Looking for an opportunity to visit a local ceramic museum and gallery? Here is your chance! AMOCA is teaming up with Momo Wu, curator of The Progress Gallery, for a walking tour. We’ll start the tour at AMOCA and end with an artist talk and coffee at The Progress Gallery.
Ticket includes coffee from local coffee shop Mi Cafecito, and admission to the American Museum of Ceramic Art and The Progress Gallery.
Wear comfortable shoes: the tour is a total of one mile (!).
Exhibitions on View
- Ashwini Bhat: IMPRINTED; Assembling California
- 50 Bowls, 50 States, 50 Woodfires
- Peter Callas: An Enduring Legacy
- Artists of Mettlach
At The Progress Gallery:
About Progress Gallery
The Progress Gallery is a non-profit art gallery in the Pomona Arts Colony, located in the basement of the 1931 Art Deco building that formerly housed the Progress Bulletin. The gallery features regional and collegiate level of emerging and established artists, and is available for use by colleges and qualified artists. For more information visit TheProgressGallery.org or follow them on Instagram.
About Mi Cafecito
Founded in 2016 by Juan and Paola Vega, Mi Cafecito is a proudly Latino-owned coffee shop in the heart of Downtown Pomona. As first-generation Americans, Juan and Paola focused on their Mexican heritage when putting together the menu and décor. Tile, tables, and talavera cups are sourced from from Mexico and coffee beans from Mexico, Guatemala and other Latin American countries. Learn more on the Mi Cafecito website or by following them on Instagram.