Exhibitions at The Brampton Museum
Exhibitions at The Potteries Museum & Art Gallery
Join us for the British Ceramics Biennial 2023
From 23 September to 5 November, the British Ceramics Biennial returns to Stoke-on-Trent for six weeks of exhibitions, installations and events shown against the backdrop of the city’s industrial heritage. From spotlighting the UK’s leading ceramicists to introducing work by international artists and fresh new talent, the biennial is a celebration of the creative potential of clay for storytelling, playfulness, risk-taking and activism.
British Ceramics Biennial is proud to be an Arts Council National Portfolio Organisation and is supported by the City of Stoke-on-Trent Council and Staffordshire University.
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Everything you need to know about visiting including opening times, accessibility at venues, travel, parking and suggested routes.
From weekend walk-up tours, to weekday tours for larger group tours and schools – book your free tour with our friendly team today.
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Award films 2023 – Nicola Tassie
Boundary End by Nicola Tassie comprises 60 individual thrown ceramic forms tightly arranged together. It questions the ideas of the spaces we inhabit and…
Award films 2023 – Dan Kelly
Looking North by Dan Kelly is a series of pots which represents a deeply personal view of London, a changing city, where Dan was…
Award films 2023 – Rebecca Appleby
Gaia by Rebecca Appleby is her interpretation of the theory that everything is connected.
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