10 reasons for visit the British Ceramics Biennial

  1. Enjoy afternoon tea at the Factory Refectory. No ordinary tearoom!  It is run by tea experts dedicated to bringing you the best cuppa alongside tempting homemade cakes, sandwiches, pies and soups.  
  2. Get some hints and tips from celebrity chef Brian Turner CBE. There are still tickets left for this special event on 23 October 2011.
  3. Buy your Christmas presents early. A special selling weekend has been scheduled for November 12/13, the final weekend of the BCB. 
  4. “Have-a-go” yourself at creating your own ceramic art by going along to one of the BCB workshops.
  5. The Great Wall….of Stoke-on-Trent! See the best of British industry on display.
  6. Visit the “Award” exhibition at the Potteries Museum & Art Gallery, to view the work of 24 artists and designers who have been specially selected.
  7. Explore the original Spode factory site.
  8. Invest in a ceramics star of the future at the “FRESH” exhibition on at the original Spode factory site. Can you spot the next Tracey Emin or Damian Hirst?
  9. See one of the premier art installations in the West Midlands this year. “Mould Store”, by the internationally acclaimed and world-renowned ceramics artist Philip Eglin
  10. Enjoy one of the associated events taking place across Stoke-on-Trent.
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