Would you like a gift of beautiful pottery? We are placing Rachel Ho's porcelain pots around Stoke for you to find. Tell us in the comments below about your special place in the town and why? We will tell you when the free art is in your memorable place.
Go to our Facebook page and leave a message to say where you would like to find one in Stoke?
Find out more about the project on the Festival Echoes page Scarred.
The stunning new Festival Echo video 'Continue to Burn' by dancer and choreographer Steff D'Arcy is now live! Make yourself a coffee, turn up the sound and enjoy.
Artists Aisling Gallagher and Calum Perrin have created an audio composition, exploring the sonic experiences of disabled people during the pandemic.
Working with disabled and neurodiverse people in Stoke, Aisling and Calum facilitated workshops with participants, collecting experiences and sounds.
"What are the good and bad experiences of lockdown for disabled people? And how is the new normal effecting us?
With the help of participants, we wove elements and soundscape, interview and music, shaping the material into an audio piece to be shared online."
If you are local to Stoke-on-Trent why not save on postage for your Festival Mugs?
Collect on either Saturday morning: 5th or 12th December, 9am - 12noon.
Use the code on the website for the morning you want to collect:
And you'll have no postage to pay.
Address for collection is:
Denise O’Sullivan Ceramics
Summit Business Park
Festival Stoke is a collaborative of creative people working together to make good things happen.