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Led by Keele University, the two-day festival, which included over 50 activities, brought together people from across Staffordshire, and further afield, to get involved in research and to debate the big issues that affect them, their communities and the wider world. Exhibitors included academics, artists, creative thinkers and curious people from the local area, all passionate about exploring and sharing knowledge more widely.

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Stoking Curiosity is a festival aiming to celebrate being inquisitive, encourage curiosity, and spark ideas. The call is open to all staff and students at Keele.

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Prestigious photography Exhibition moves to Gallery One One Six, Spode Museum.

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Roy Fisher Prize for poetry 2017-2018 announced

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Dawn Jutton, is one of the inspirational and innovative artists, involved in the project for ‘Older Women Rock The Potteries!’.

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Holst's The Planets Suite performed to an audience of over 250 on 1 November 2017.

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A short overview of The Clay Frock, written by Aisha Shabnam and focusing on the work of artists Emma Sholin Tipping & Judith Bishop.

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‘Older Women Rock the Potteries!’ is a ground-breaking project created and run by Leah Thorn, a spoken word poet who is bringing older women together to produce new voices of ageing.

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The Ageing of British Gerontology exhibition is currently on display in Keele University Art Gallery, Chancellor’s Building, alongside Leah Thorn’s ‘Older Women Rock the Potteries!’ exhibition.

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The 4th Live Age Festival held on 29th September at the New Vic Theatre and 1st October at Potteries Museum & Art Gallery was a tremendous success, with overwhelmingly positive feedback.

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New Vic Theatre, Keele University and Age UK North Staffordshire will be celebrating age in the Live Age Festival.

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‘Older Women Rock the Potteries!’ is a ground-breaking project created and run by Leah Thorn, a spoken word poet who is bringing older women together to produce new voices of ageing.

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Ageing of British Gerontology team travelled to Swansea to launch the exhibition featuring photographic portraits, participant quotes, short films (edited by Matt Watson), and images.

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‘Older Women Rock the Potteries!’ is a ground-breaking project created and run by Leah Thorn, a spoken word poet who is bringing older women together to produce new voices of ageing.

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Society of Staffordshire Artists Spring Exhibition

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Volunteer opportunities at Stoke-on-Trent Literary Festival (ex Hot Air)

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The Three Counties Open Photography Exhibition is one of the highlights of the annual Keele University Gallery Exhibition programme.

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Donation of Sneyd family clock

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