Picturing the Potteries
An evocative exhibition, exploring how painters, potters and photographers have created striking images of the local area, from the nineteenth century to the present.
As part of Picturing the Potteries community engagement programme, photographer James Capper has been commissioned to explore Stoke-on-Trent’s culturally diverse and vibrant landscape through ‘shops’.
If Wards Could Talk
A People’s History display featuring the stories of former patients, current and retired nurses, doctors and support workers.
All at The Potteries Museum and Art Gallery to 07/05/2012 open 10am to 5pm
The BBC has produced “Britain’s First Photo Album” – a programme about the journey of Francis Frith, the man who set out to capture images of Great Britain.
It is being shown on BBC 1 and old episodes are available on BBC iPlayer now.
The website also features information about the history of photography and using photography to record local history. There are ideas about things to do and some excellent resources.