The Artist and The City
This exhibition is a collaboration between AirSpace Gallery and The Potteries Museum & Art Gallery. It explores the idea of Stoke-on-Trent as an Artcity, demonstrating that artists have lived and worked in the city of Stoke-on-Trent for hundreds of years.
Until Sunday 22 February 2015, The Potteries Museum & Art Gallery
Hope in Every Painting
Featuring artwork from children and families from the Donna Louise Children’s Hospice. Visual images help to share the emotional journey that families take at the Hospice through the medium of painting.
Until Sunday 1 March 2015, The Potteries Museum & Art Gallery
Echoes of War
Drawn from the museum’s collections, this thought-provoking exhibition brings together personal experiences and powerful images of the Great War, focusing on the major contribution that Stoke-on-Trent made to the war effort through its infirmary and the role of the Millicent Sutherland Ambulance.
Until Sunday 26 April 2015, The Potteries Museum & Art Gallery
Anglo-Saxon Kingdom of Mercia
What can the Staffordshire Hoard tell us about Anglo-Saxon life and death? What can everyday Anglo-Saxon objects tell us about the Staffordshire Hoard? A fascinating exhibition sets pieces from the world famous Staffordshire Hoard in context among items from our superb collection of Anglo-Saxon finds, and offers a glimpse into our ancestors’ lives. Thought-provoking artworks inspired by the mystery of the Hoard are also on display.
For further information on the Staffordshire Hoard, see www.staffordshirehoard.org.uk.
Until October 2015, The Potteries Museum & Art Gallery
Signalling and Electrics in Mines
This new collection of objects relating to controlling the safety risks underground continues our display on the coal industry.
Saturday 24 January 2015 – Sunday 2 August 2015, The Potteries Museum & Art Gallery
Shout Out!: U.K Pirate Radio in the 1980s
Shout Out! is an display that looks back at the early tower block pirate radio movement that emerged during the 1980s, introducing British audiences to music of Afro-Caribbean origin for the first time. This display seeks to track the history of British soul music, and the impact that these stations have had on pirate and community radio today.
Saturday 14 February 2015 – Sunday 9 May 2015, The Potteries Museum & Art Gallery
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