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The ceramics gallery at the Potteries Museum has over 5,000 pieces on display. Some of them are very flamboyant and impossible to miss. Others are much more unassuming but in many instances, just as intriguing. Among them is this little model of Christ on the cross. Made in white salt-glazed stoneware it is, despite being […]
Hulloh! Our friend Ozzy has asked me to come and introduce myself. My name is Leo. I am a lion. It is my job to guard the Ceramics Gallery at night – I take great ‘pride’ in my work ho-ho! As you can see, I like to look smart and take care of my appearance. […]
We were delighted to see these Staffordshire Hoard inspired cushions created by pupils at St. Luke’s CE School, Silverdale. The children looked for information in ‘The Story of the Dig, Staffordshire Hoard on Tour’ They also looked at some beautiful images of the Staffordshire Hoard. The children selected a sentence to reproduce on to their […]
Here in the exhibitions team, we’re a whizz at recycling things. Obviously, we use the museum showcases and plinths frequently but did you know we’re good at recycling lots of other props that we make in-house too, and nothing goes to waste. Let’s take a trip back in time to re-visit a few of our […]
During the Covid-19 pandemic we asked for your artistic responses to Ozzy and Friends, we were not disappointed! You can send your own interpretation or colouring into [email protected]stoke.gov.uk and it could appear here! You find out more about Ozzy and Friends (and find copies of the colouring sheets) on our blog.
These online galleries contain our favourite examples of how people have responded creatively to the museum and its collections. If you feel inspired to share your work with us, simply get in touch for more information. You can also share your work and responses on social media using the hashtag #PMAGinspired.