Monday, January 07, 2013

Monday, January 07, 2013 12:30 am by M. in ,    No comments

Today, January 7, opens the Visions of Angria exhibition in Leeds, as we have said before  this exhibition is part of a larger project that also includes Wildness Between Lines (Leeds College of Art, 14 December 2012 – 2 February 2013) and the Conference ReVisioning the Brontës (Leeds University, Tuesday 29th January 2013)

'Visions of Angria': The Creativity of the BrontësStanley and Audrey Burton Gallery
University of Leeds
7 January - 23 February 2013

This exhibition highlights rarely seen manuscript material written by Branwell Brontë from the Brotherton Library Special Collections. The rich and complex world of landscapes, characters and events written whilst Branwell was still a teenager, has been 'brought to life' by illustration students from Leeds College of Art's Visual Communications course.
One example of the work of the students of the Leeds College of Arts can be seen on Lucy Sherton's website (on the right).


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