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Did you know that once upon a time each of Stoke-on-Trent’s six towns boasted its own school of art? Assistant Curator of Ceramics Ben Miller introduces us to those schools with a selection of student and apprentice pieces.
Join Assistant Curator of Ceramics Ben Miller for an insight into hospitality wares made in Stoke-on-Trent.
Get inspired by summer time and the Great British holiday. Below you can find links to themed craft activities and discover some holiday souvenirs of years-gone-by.
PLEASE NOTE – our membership is fully subscribed, but get in touch if your child would like to be put on our waiting list. We are looking for Volunteer Assistants to join us in running Stoke-on-Trent YAC. Find out more. Stoke-on-Trent YAC is open to everyone aged 8–16 years. YAC clubs get involved in all […]
Noticed a few changes around here? Stoke-on-Trent Museums has just launched its new and improved website. The Potteries Museum & Art Gallery and Gladstone Pottery Museum each has a new dedicated site in which you can find information about all of our upcoming events, exhibitions and blog stories from behind-the-scenes. Please take the time to […]
Recently, some of our archaeological archives from Stafford have been sampled by the FeedSax project, which is trying to resolve questions about changing Medieval farming practices, using Anglo-Saxon Stafford as one of the case studies. But that’s enough from us, over to Dr. Mark McKerracher… Feeding Medieval Stafford: the secrets in the seeds During the […]
All of the workshops are now fully booked. Are you an art teacher? Would you like to bring your pupils to The Potteries Museum & Art Gallery for a free workshop with international artist, Neil Brownsword? The workshop provides an opportunity for your pupils to explore the mould through a series of experimental processes which […]
Drawing from the Past: Art, Creation and Ephemera – New acquisitions by Tim Chitty for the fine art collection.
We are delighted to announce the acquisition of eight works by Tim Chitty (1956-2021) for the museum’s art collection. Tim was an art worker who lived and worked in Longton for most of his life. He undertook a commission of work for the museum with local artist Tony Wild in 1979, when they painted the […]