Hello and welcome to the 4th episode of Potty Science Club. We hope you have found our previous experiments interesting and enjoyable! All our experiments are conducted in a home environment, not in a laboratory and will be safe and simple using equipment and items you can find in your own home. The experiments will […]
Join Glenn Roadley, Curator of Natural Sciences, for an introduction to one of the UK’s rarest wild flowers, the ‘Lady’s Slipper Orchid’.
Grab yourself a cuppa and join us as Curator of Arts Samantha Howard introduces us to one of the most influential artists of the 20th century in ‘William Coldstream and British Realist painting’.
Hello and welcome to Potty Science session number 3! Be sure to check out our previous experiments if you missed them. In this session we will be experimenting with water again using equipment and items you can find in your own home. All our experiments are conducted in a home environment and not in a […]
Assistant Curator of Natural Sciences Olivia Beavers takes a look at the ‘Watkin Collection Trilobites’.
Join Assistant Curator of Ceramics Ben Miller for a tale of research and reinterpretation, in ‘The William Brammer Jug’.
We hope you had a go at our last experiment – How did you get on? Did you manage to float a paperclip? In this session we will be continuing our experiments with water. In the Natural Science Gallery at The Potteries Museum we have some splendid exhibits of large fishes. But sometimes fishes can look […]
Join Curator of Local History Joe Perry as he uncovers the Staffordshire Peak District of the past in ‘Staffordshire Cave Archaeology’.
Join Assistant Curator of Ceramics Ben Miller for an insight into hospitality wares made in Stoke-on-Trent.
Hello and welcome to The Potty Science Club. Here we’ll be experimenting using equipment and items you can find in your own home. All our experiments will be safe and simple and reflect an item or exhibit held in the Museum’s collections. So follow along with us and give it a go to become a […]