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American Museum of Ceramic Art, Pomona
(4.7/5 based on 20+ reviews on the web)
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  • AMOCA is a somewhat small museum but with very nice exhibits and an incredible mural in the main hall. There's also a working ceramic studio in the back where you can see creativity in action. I also ...  more »
  • I love this museum. Amazing exhibitions, museum store, permanent collection, lectures, free family days AND a huge studio. They just opened up a new exhibition space (that is beautiful) with Dirk Stas...  more »
  • This is a small museum but worth your time if you have an interest in ceramics. Artists work is nicely displayed with texts to explain and/or name what you are seeing. There is an area where people ar...  more »
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  • Excellent museum...never knew i liked ceramics until coming here. Check out permanent Millard Sheets mural
  • The largest ceramic dedicated museum on the west coast. The collection is something to really enjoy. To visit the museum is in expensive and extremely worth while. As a student of the arts AMOCA had became invaluable.
  • Amazing permanent collection, great curators, great openings. A small but important institution in the SoCal art world.
  • AMOCA is not only a wonderful museum, but also a studio where established artists create beautiful pieces and people who are interested in learning ceramics can take classes. There are many different classes and workshops held in the studio; including hand building and wheel throwing classes and workshops such as making your own brushes.
  • My dad had some work shown here. I had driven past the place regularly and never expected much. It's a nice exhibition spot and the people working there were very friendly and professional.