During the first half of the twentieth century, Medicine Hat, Alberta was the epicenter of a dominant Canadian ceramic ceramic industry.

Today, most of the century-old brick & steel buildings are intact. Outside, four iconic beehive kilns greet visitors to an early industrial museum, contemporary ceramic artists-in-residence program, gift shop, production pottery studio, art gallery and archaeological findings.

This video was produced by Travel Alberta for their Successful & fascinating Stories campaign.

This video won the “Best Cinematography” at the 2013 Alberta Television & Film awards – the Rosies.