Don't forget to apply for AWARD 2019! The British Ceramics Biennial are inviting UK-based artists to submit propos… https://t.co/D4ok49m7ht
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Our next AWARD winner is Sam Bakewell. After graduating from the Royal College of Art in 2011, Bakewell joined Stud… https://t.co/5VZDmztToP
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Here is Studio Manager Jo Ayre, giving you a little taster of what you can make at our Clay Together event on Novem… https://t.co/H4lMDMEpWm
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Good luck @Karl_Appetite https://t.co/bczYwTxzgF
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Nao Matsunaga was our 2013 AWARD winner. Matsunaga makes strange and elusive sculpture and works on paper often ins… https://t.co/bGMHFUaW3i
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The BCB is delighted to have been at the @ceramics_eu final presentation event in Berlin wonde
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Don't miss the 2018 Annual @COCAYork Lecture which will be delivered by Alex McErlain, a potter,
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‘The best ideas come through making’. We couldn’t agree more.
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Don't miss the 2018 Annual @COCAYork Lecture which will be delivered by Alex McErlain, a potter,
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Next up for AWARD is @RoyalCrownDerby, who were joint winners of the One Off award for Ind
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Come and join our artists at World of Wedgwood today to make a figure to add to our Cast of Thousands collection. G… https://t.co/cubJHXW0bI
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Next 2009 'Built Environment' AWARD winner is Robert Dawson. Dawson applies advanced photographic deformation and c… https://t.co/NHhOvxri8s
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Next up is Andrew Burton, winner of BCB 2009 ‘Built’ AWARD. His large-scale, ceramic practice situates ceramics in… https://t.co/CjzAI2ynVC
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Well done https://t.co/LZ6vqND6cj
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The BCB are supporting @SoTCityCouncil in some beginner clay courses starting November.
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Want to get your hands on some clay and make a beautiful ceramic plate to treasure? Join us to experiment with cla… https://t.co/rWKjqfwnie
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All set up and ready to welcome teachers to the @StokeCEP Cultural Tea Party at
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Looking forward to it Paul #Culture
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Vicky Shaw and Gwen Heeney were joint winners of the BCB 2009 AWARD for Ceramics in the built environment. Shaw i… https://t.co/Jz0i2DT3vp
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Last chance to try and win £100 What did you do this summer? Did you visit any cultural venues or attractions in No… https://t.co/1WifYEVN19
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Fantastic news https://t.co/fkE5phTm9W
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The sun is shinning in #Stoke we are really looking forwar
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Many Thanks https://t.co/hT6S74OqYL
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Looking forward to the #Clayschool conference this af
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Open call opportunity #Artists to work with
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Louisa Taylor, winner of British Ceramics Biennial 2009 Batch Production AWARD. The source of inspiration for her w… https://t.co/18jx9EsImH
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Some of the team are off to @ualcatering today.
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To celebrate our announcement of call for entries for AWARD 2019, we will be sharing the profiles of the Panel Memb… https://t.co/Bh23dWDueK
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Applications are now open for AWARD, British Ceramics Biennial’s headline exhibition which celebrates its 10th anni… https://t.co/01rGAVmLmi
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Tickets booked - looking forward to it https://t.co/F8lmYWMQeN
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What did you do this summer? Did you visit any cultural venues or attractions in North Staffordshire? Complete the… https://t.co/rBj9Tdw1LQ
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Come and join us at @StaffsUni today for the
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We're very excited to visit this year's @GNCCF in Manchester this weekend!
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There's still time to tell us what you did this summer! Did you visit any cultural venues or attractions in the are… https://t.co/vPivBBQi3y
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Don't miss  ‘The Mysteries’, a new theatre project from the Royal Exchange Theatre focusing on 6 communities around… https://t.co/vuPne8NJo5
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Great to see 'Summer in Stoke-on-Trent' featured on the @TravelBegins40 blog, including Pop
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Congratulations to the artists from Stoke Recovery Service for ‘ReCast’, the group’s first ceramic exhibition. Than… https://t.co/cSHrXF97Sp
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Take a read of Mark Bibby Jackson @travelbegins40 who came to
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We're having a great time at @AirSpaceGallery celebrating the
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Thanks to support from @SoTCityCouncil, from 1-4pm today we are presenting
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Here is Martha from @MHeathAcademy telling you how much fun Clay can be “it feels really squ
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World capital of #Ceramics plenty to speak about
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Fascinating exhibition @ArtsKeele telling the story behind the extraordinary
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In the words of Kaya @MHeathAcademy Clay can be messy but it’s great fun!
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Here is Jack from @MHeathAcademy who took part in
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What a great morning with @MHeathAcademy children spent at
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Don't forget, we'd love to know what you did this summer! Did you visit any cultural venues or attractions in the a… https://t.co/HnEOekFPMX
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All set up and ready to welcome students to the CLAY Museum workshops at @PotteriesMuseum
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Interesting article published last week about for National Inclusion Week, which ran from 24-28 September https://t.co/8MhCF68pnG
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