CLAY Museum is a two-year programme, funded by Arts Council England, delivered in partnership by Potteries Museum and Art Gallery and British Ceramics Biennial. The aim is to support secondary schools across the region engage with the Museum and its collections through a range of FREE ceramics workshops. These workshops will explore the links between objects in the Museum’s collections and the curriculum, and how these can be brought to life in exciting ways through the use of hands-on clay workshops.
Previous projects within the programme have included workshops related to the centenary of World War I with artist Steve Dixon, and the science of bacteria and history of antibiotics in our Growing Cultures Project.
CLAY Museum is open to all secondary schools in the Stoke-on-Trent area and North Staffs with workshops running each term. For more information on how your school can be involved and upcoming workshops please contact email@example.com
Clay Museum is generously supported by Potclays Ltd, a leading award-winning provider of ceramic supplies and training to the studio ceramics and paint-your-own- pottery markets.
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For the Fallen
For the Fallen was the first CLAY Museum workshop and took place in October 2018. Artist Steve Dixon developed the workshop in response to…
Growing Cultures is a unique project that spanned the whole engagement programme of BCB. Inspired by the ceramic penicillin culture vessels, originally produced in…