October half-term is soon approaching, which can only mean a week full of fun and…
When artist Belinda Latimer started having panic attacks she found a way of coping that opened up a world of creativity. StaffsLive’s Jess Dawson spoke to her at her studio in Stoke.
Fed up following a heart attack and struggling with a difficult recovery period, Belinda Latimer remembered one of her first loves – textiles.
A new art exhibition by an award winning Stoke-on-Trent artist, will be unveiled later this week.
David Brammeld, from Stoke, will showcase his work at the Trent Art Gallery, from this Friday (April, 28).
An appeal to raise money to save a rare piece of Stoke-on-Trent pottery has today been given a boost.
The campaign to save The First Day’s Vase, created by master potter Josiah Wedgwood himself, will receive £500.
An exhibition illustrating the suffering and sacrifice from the two World Wars has been unveiled at the National Memorial Arboretum.
Artist Jacqueline Hurley’s War Poppy Collection at the remembrance site in Alrewas features 41 individual works of art.
An art gallery in Newcastle-under-Lyme is set to host a meet and greet event with artist David Bez.
An exhibition which celebrates the artistic works of Stoke-on-Trent author Arnold Bennett has opened in Hanley.
The exhibition at the Potteries Museum and Art Gallery called ‘Arnold Bennett: in life and art’ reveals artwork and personal items of the author which have never been on display before.
Weston Coyney artist, Nicola Winstanley, has held an exhibition featuring artwork she created during her 159-day residency at Spode in Stoke town centre.
As you enter the exhibition, you clock in with a time punch card and clock out when you leave, a reminder of what the workers did at Spode pottery.
A new art exhibition by resident Spode artist, Nicola Winstanley, will be unveiled later this week.
Miss Winstanley, 32, from Weston Coyney, has will showcase her work during her time there.