Programme by venue

Our exhibitions and events are split across venues around Stoke-on-Trent. The majority takes place at the original Spode factory site but have a look at the venue list for more information about other exhibitions and events

The original Spode Factory site

Tuesday to Saturday, 10am to 5pm
Sunday, 12pm to 5pm

China Hall, Spode
Kingsway,
Stoke-on-trent
ST4 1JH

Exhibitions

AWARD

Artists;

Malene Hartmann Rasmussen –

Zoe Lloyd

Eva Masterman

Pauliina Pöllänen

Matthew Raw

Nicholas Rena

Alex Simpson

Matt Smith

Katie Spragg

Tana West

AWARD

Artists;

Malene Hartmann Rasmussen –

Zoe Lloyd

Eva Masterman

Pauliina Pöllänen

Matthew Raw

Nicholas Rena

Alex Simpson

Matt Smith

Katie Spragg

Tana West

AWARD

Artists;

Malene Hartmann Rasmussen –

Zoe Lloyd

Eva Masterman

Pauliina Pöllänen

Matthew Raw

Nicholas Rena

Alex Simpson

Matt Smith

Katie Spragg

Tana West

AWARD

Artists;

Malene Hartmann Rasmussen –

Zoe Lloyd

Eva Masterman

Pauliina Pöllänen

Matthew Raw

Nicholas Rena

Alex Simpson

Matt Smith

Katie Spragg

Tana West

Events

British Ceramics Biennial 2017

We are delighted to announce 2017’s British Ceramics Biennial dates.

Open Access Studio

Open Access Studio 
Our studio regulars have access to the Studio on a Monday 5:30 - 9pm and Thursday  8-8:30pm.

The Potteries Museum & Art Gallery

Monday to Saturday, 10am to 5pm
Sunday, 11am to 4pm

Bethesda Street,
Stoke-on-Trent
ST1 3DW

Exhibitions

Womans Work

Until 2017
Woman’s Work is a partnership project between AirSpace Gallery and The Potteries Museum and Art Gallery. Woman’s Work seeks to make visible the hidden and unsung labour carried out by women in the home, the workplace and public life, and in particular seeks to redress the imbalance in history and the arts, where work made by women has been undervalued, or simply not recognised.

Airspace Gallery

Thursday to Saturday, 11am to 5pm

2-4 Broad Street,
Stoke-on-trent
ST1 4HL

Exhibitions

Women's Work

Until 2017
Woman’s Work seeks to make visible the hidden and unsung labour carried out by women in the home, the workplace and public life, and in particular seeks to redress the imbalance in history and the arts, where work made by women has been undervalued, or simply not recognised.