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About Leach 100
British Ceramics Biennial and the Leach Pottery, St Ives, present a new milestone partnership exhibition. The joint show celebrates the relationships between place, landscape and material. Stoke-on-Trent, St Ives and wider Cornwall share a long and often entwined history connected through material in china clay and pottery-making – whether by hand in the studio or in a factory.
To mark its centenary, the Leach Pottery offered its first ever commissions. Artists were invited to develop new and inventive works in response to the heritage and values at the heart of the Leach Pottery. The commissions explore how pottery and clay practice has a vital and illuminating role to play in our society and creative lives.
Aaron Angell website link.
Amy Hughes website link.
Steven Claydon website link.
Matt Tyas, The Leach Pottery Studio.
Matt Tyas website link.
This exhibition is supported by Arts Council England, Cornwall Council, Garfield Weston Foundation and the Leach Pottery Studio.
Exhibitions at The Brampton Museum
The Brampton Museum will be home to Neil Brownsword’s exhibition Obsolescence and Renewal.
Exhibitions at All Saints Church
All Saints Church is our main hub and home to many of our 2023 Biennial exhibitions.
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.
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