Come & join us for an early evening celebration of Stoke Your Gratitude’s Touching History project. The exhibition, film & other related exhibits launches earlier in the day (12noon onwards). This ‘late’ event is a chance to meet some of the project partners, take a look at the display & enjoy a relaxed ‘early doors’ get together with friends old & new.
(FREE) Drink & nibbles for all visitors!
Touching History is a collaborative project between Stoke Your Gratitude C.I.C., the Royal National Institute of Blind People and the Tiles & Architectural Ceramics Society (TACS). Some of the outcomes will be tactile models for visually impaired people & a project book featuring a selection of specially chosen Minton & Co. encaustic tile designs of the period 1840-42.
*More Touching History project details & event information: Stoke Your Gratitude
The exhibition is housed in Ceramic City Stories’ unique DIY space in Swan Street: CLAYHEAD is an exciting pop up environment secretly housed at Winkhill Mill, Stoke-on-Trent. Two modified shipping containers installed in the former loading bay of this historical ceramic tile works help to form an exciting & unusual micro venue for The Potteries.
Exhibition & event location: CLAYHEAD, Winkhill Mill, Swan Street, Stoke-on-Trent ST4 7RH
ACCESS: CLAYHEAD is located in a working historical factory building. There are a number of steps & small spaces which means access is limited for some people unfortunately. However, please contact us directly to discuss issues or requirements & we will do our very best to find ways to accommodate you. Danny 07999350176 or firstname.lastname@example.org