Contemplating Hope

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'Contemplating Hope' is a new work by ceramist Layla Khoo. Specially commissioned for the Brontë Parsonage Museum, it features a series of carefully crafted ceramic vessels into which visitors are invited to post a slip of paper containing their hopes and dreams for the future.

The work is a creative response to the diary papers of Anne and Emily Brontë. The sisters would write their aspirations for the future on scraps of paper which they would store in a cash box and only revisit after four years. A selection of these diary papers will also be on display as part of the exhibition.

'Contemplating Hope', which was originally planned for 2020, has taken on a new meaning since the pandemic, with a focus on the future at the forefront of so many minds.

Layla Khoo is a multimedia 3D artist specialising in ceramics and site specific installations. Her work is responsive - responding to ideas, events or collections of objects. Layla's recent work includes installations at Dalby Forest, Whitby Museum and at Nunnington Hall for the National Trust.

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Adult - £9.50
Adult 65+ - £7.50
Concession - £6.50
Child - £4.00 (Under 5s free)
Family ticket - £24.00 (Up to 2 adults and 4 children) or £11.00 (One adult and one child)

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Contemplating Hope

Type:Art Exhibition

Bronte Parsonage Museum, Church Street, Haworth, BD22 8DR
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