Serving notice

Mother and daughter Pam Christensen and Brandi Ross visit the American Museum of Ceramic Art in Pomona to view “We The People: Serving Notice.” The pieces focus on current social and political concerns. Ceramicists from across the U.S. “served notice” on issues such as capital punishment, gender inequality, immigration and racism. The show runs through Dec. 30. / photo by Nadira Fatah
Mother and daughter Pam Christensen and Brandi Ross visit the American Museum of Ceramic Art in Pomona to view “We The People: Serving Notice.” The pieces focus on current social and political concerns. Ceramicists from across the U.S. “served notice” on issues such as capital punishment, gender inequality, immigration and racism. The show runs through Dec. 30. / photo by Nadira Fatah
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