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Creative Rage: An Artist’s Perspective

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Saturday 16 June, 11am To celebrate Stoke-on-Trent’s ‘Pride’ Festival we are pleased to announce that esteemed artist Sadie Lee and guest from the LGBT community will be delivering talks in our Creative Rage exhibition. Sadie Lee is an award-winning British figurative painter. Her challenging paintings focus on a range of subjects, including the representation of women […]

CSI: The Science of the Great War | 2015

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APRIL 2015 Welcome to CSI: Stoke! Here you can learn all about our free World-War-One-inspired CSI event. Find out what activities will be going on both inside and outside – including talks from World War I experts – as well as how you can get involved by bringing your World War I ephemera to our […]

CSI: The Science of the Great War | 2017

23/04/202011:4310/12/2020 10:35

Welcome to CSI: Stoke! Here you can learn all about our free World-War-One-inspired CSI event on Saturday 1st April 2017. Find out what activities will be going on both inside and outside – including talks from World War I experts – as well as how you can get involved by bringing your World War I […]

CSI: The Scientific Legacy of WWI | 2018

23/04/202011:5110/12/2020 10:33

Welcome to CSI: Stoke! Here you can learn all about our free World-War-One-inspired CSI event on Saturday 15th September. Find out what activities will be going on both inside and outside – including talks from World War I experts – as well as how you can get involved by bringing your World War I ephemera […]

DesignLab Nation Schools’ programme

02/12/202012:1510/12/2020 09:09

Would your school like to be part of the Victoria and Albert Museum’s national schools programme, DesignLab Nation? DesignLab Nation brings together Secondary schools in partnership with the V&A, regional museums and creative industries to inspire students and support teachers through in-depth design projects.  DesignLab Nation is a fully funded project and we are looking […]

Exclusive to The Potteries Museum

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Plaque – this earthenware plaque painted by Herbert Wilson Foster (1848-1929) is signed and dated ‘1879 Minton & Co Stoke upon Trent’. It is on display in our Ceramics Gallery and we have a variety of gifts available using this beautiful image. Stoke-on-Trent Image – bringing our city heritage to life, Scruffy Little Herbert has […]

Frank Scott Collection of Rolled Pipe Clay Figures.

23/06/202009:0223/06/2020 09:11Leave a Comment

In 2016 The Potteries Museum & Art Gallery’s ceramics department acquired their very own wine butler, shepherd, gardener, conjuror, two strongmen and a drunk! These welcomed additions to the department are of course rolled clay figures and not a new intake of staff members. To be exact the museum was fortunate enough to acquire the […]

Frequently Asked Questions

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Ceramic Enquiries –Frequently asked question Our website has a number of information sheets about potters and factories represented in our collections. Family History: “I know my ancestor was a potter and lived in Stoke-on-Trent. Can you tell me which factory my ancestor worked for?” While your research may uncover where your ancestors lived and what […]

Geology Collections

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There are around 12,000 rocks, minerals and fossils, with a good coverage of the fossils associated with the local Coal Measures. Highlights include the William A.S. Sarjeant collection of 1,000 North Midland minerals and the John Ward collection of fish fossils. Ward’s fossils were sent to scientists and museums all over the country, and 798 specimens […]

Getting a Lift – Potty Science Club

14/07/202108:0014/07/2021 09:26Leave a Comment

Hello and welcome to the seventh session 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 lab, and will be safe and simple using equipment and items you can find in your own home. The experiments will […]