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Porcelain museum holds workshops for those living with dementia and their carers

A NEW exhibit created from an eight-week art project held at the Museum of Royal Worcester for people living with dementia has been unveiled.

The piece was created by the project participants – all local residents living with dementia and their carers – and inspired by the work of Worcester Porcelain craftsman George Owen (born in 1845) who perfected the art of cutting holes in wet clay to produce unique patterns in vases. His reticulated work is unique and internationally acclaimed.

Read more on the Worcester News website.