Exhibitions at All Saints Church
Open everyday from 10am-4pm
About All Saints Church
All Saints Church is a Grade II listed building, designed by architect Gerald Horsley in the Arts and Crafts style, and has a rich history in the ceramics industry. Built between 1911 and 1913 as an expansion of an earlier parish church, All Saints Church was “built by the potters, for the potters”. It was paid for, in part, by George Meakin of J. & G. Meakin, a company that had several factories in and around Joiner’s Square, including the current Emma Bridgewater factory site.
All Saints Church is our main hub and home to many of our 2023 Biennial exhibitions including:
- Fresh Talent
- People and Place
- Place Setting
- International Exchange with the Indian Ceramics Triennale
- Staffordshire University
All Saints is also home to the Tactile Project Space, where you are invited to explore, take part, and get hands-on with clay, guided by our talented and friendly ceramic artists.
Travel & Parking
- 25-minute walk from Stoke-on-Trent train station
- An Uber or Taxi is £4-6 from Stoke-on-Trent train station
- Closest bus stop is Leek Road
- All Saints Church is right on A52/Leek Rd, which has an exit off the A500/Queensway
- There is free on-site parking off Leek Rd
- Main access via front doors of the church, off Leek Rd
- Fully wheelchair accessible
- Toilets available on the ground floor
- There will be a quiet space available
Exhibitions at The Brampton Museum
The Brampton Museum will be home to Neil Brownsword’s exhibition Obsolescence and Renewal.
Exhibitions at AirSpace gallery
AirSpace gallery will be home to William Cobbing’s exhibition Social Substance.
Exhibitions at The Potteries Museum & Art Gallery
The Potteries Museum & Art Gallery will be home to Osman Yousefzada’s exhibition Embodiments of Memory.