Did you know Salford Museum & Art Gallery is home to the National Archive of Pilkington’s Lancastrian Pottery and Tiles?
We house the largest collection of the work of the famous North West company – everything from their beloved ornate tiles to the Lustre ware sold at Tiffany’s in New York!
To celebrate this wonderful collection, we’re putting on a range of events.
Monday 10 February, 12.00 – 4.30pm
£10, booking required – includes a buffet lunch and refreshments
We are delighted to be holding a symposium event using the museum’s Pilkington’s collection and archive as a base for discussion and presentations.
Sunday 16 February, 12.00 – 3.00pm
£15 per person, booking required
Taking inspiration from the Pilkington’s Collection, dive into the world of mosaic making and create your own clay collage in this course with Caroline Coates.
Wednesday 25 March, 6.00 – 7.30pm
£10 per person, booking required
This session will involve making either a mug, vase or jug using the soft slab building method. You will be able to add your own textures and designs to the pots, which will be taken away for firing and glazing, then returned to you.
Session is suitable for both beginners and people who have some previous experience with ceramics.
All events made possible by financial support from Booths Charities.
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