Walking Tour: AMOCA x Third Street Gallery

Saturday, March 19 • 12 PM–2 PM (Pacific) • In Person

We are doing it again! AMOCA’s Exhibition Manager Pam Aliaga is teaming up with Oscar Leal, curator of Third Street Gallery, for a walking tour starting at AMOCA and ending with an artist talk and coffee at Third Street Gallery. At AMOCA, we’ll tour “Peter Callas: An Enduring Legacy” and Elaine Henry’s “50 Bowls, 50 States, 50 Woodfires” exhibition. A walk to Third Street Gallery will follow to see the work of Viktor Rosas, a printmaker from Los Angeles who currently teaches at Self Help Graphics & Art.

Your ticket includes coffee from local coffee shop Mi Cafecito as well as admission to the American Museum of Ceramic Art and Third Street Gallery.

Wear comfortable shoes: the tour is a total of one mile (!).

Third Street Gallery hosted its first exhibition in December of 2020. It is located at 256 W. Third St., Pomona (at the corner of Main Street) and is
operated by Oscar Leal and Jose Juarez, both local artists. The gallery is “run by artists for artists,” and offers opportunities for new and established artists to curate and promote their own solo art exhibitions. Learn more on Instagram or by calling (909) 636-9557.

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; their coffee beans come from Mexico, Guatemala, and other Latin American countries. Learn more on the Mi Cafecito website or by following them on Instagram.