Wanxin Zhang, “Foggy (Horse),” 2010. High-fired stoneware, glazes and underglazes. Photo from Making In Between: Contemporary Chinese American Ceramics.

Stay Safe and Enjoy Ceramic Art

We can’t wait to see you, and look forward to welcoming you and sharing the best the ceramic arts have to offer! Below you will find the steps you will need to take before your visit, as well as information about the special efforts we are making during this time.

Before You Arrive

  • Bring Your Own Mask #BYOM – Following county guidance, visitors are asked to wear masks during their time in the museum. County guidance requests that individuals provide their own masks. Visitors can also purchase a disposable mask for $2 onsite if needed.
  • Make a Reservation – Visits are by appointment only. Appointments can be made on the website, or by contacting membership@amoca.org.

What to Expect

  • Limited Visitors – Following county guidance, up to ten guests will be allowed in the museum at any time to allow for appropriate social distancing.
  • Social Distancing – The small groups will make for an intimate experience while providing the needed space for individuals to socially distance themselves from their companions.
  • Sanitation – Hand sanitizer will be provided to guests as an additional precaution.
  • Disinfection – All ‘in-contact’ surfaces around the museum are regularly disinfected according to national regulations.