The Burslem Boys interview

I’m really looking forward to seeing this exhibition at Barewall, which is quite a small venue in Stoke on Trent, but it’s great that they are giving this exhibition the support it needs. The story is really powerful and it’s interesting to think that  if some more movers’n’shakers got behind the idea  (local council, Burslem School of Art, the Potteries Museum and Art Gallery and possibly even a theatre director or a film maker) it could become something quite large-scale for the city’s heritage and future arts and creative industry development. It’s such a great story.

What do you think?

For those of you who didn’t get chance to open the previously posted issuu version of the interview, here it is again – direct on the site. Hope you enjoy reading it.

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