Recast exhibition

Venue details
AirSpace gallery, Broad Street, Hanley, ST1 4HL
  • Visiting information
  • Thursday-Sunday 12-5pm
    Closed Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday

What is the Recast exhibition about? 

The Recast Exhibition celebrates the power of clay and creativity to support drug and alcohol addiction recovery. The exhibition brings together work by 20 individuals who have been part of Recast, a collaboration between the British Ceramics Biennial (BCB) and Stoke Recovery Service. 

At the centre of the exhibition will be works inspired by the theme of ‘growth’ made during a four-day residency at Spode Works. Alongside these works will be a range of other pieces created at Recast’s weekly workshops, documentary photographs and a newly commissioned film by acclaimed filmmaker Thomas Payton Greene. 


Who is taking part? 


Where does it take place? 

 AirSpace is a gallery, project space and studios, led by and run by artists. From their base in Stoke-on-Trent they champion the artist and their work, and advocate for a broader role for the arts in society. 


In-person access: 

AirSpace gallery is open from 12-5pm, Thursday – Sunday. 

If you have any questions about accessibility, please contact to discuss what we can put in place for you. 


Learn more about Recast 

The Recast project combines creativity, addiction recovery and clay. Recast is a collaboration between Stoke Recovery Service and BCB that’s been running since 2017.