Brontë 200
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Virtual Exhibition: Charlotte Great & Small
Virtual Exhibition: Charlotte Great & Small
If you can't make it to Haworth, view video and a slide show of the “Charlotte Great and Small” exhibit created by Enhanced Classics

TO WALK INVISIBLE: FROM PARSONAGE TO PRODUCTION
TO WALK INVISIBLE: FROM PARSONAGE TO PRODUCTION
An exclusive opportunity to see the costumes from To Walk Invisible, Sally Wainwright's acclaimed Brontë drama, in the historic setting of the Parsonage. Designer Tom Pye worked closely with academics and experts to create costumes which are authentic to the period and which evoke the separate personalities of each member of the Brontë family. Also on display in this arresting exhibition are props made especially for the drama and a selection of stills from photographer Michael Prince which give an enticing behind-the-scenes glimpse into the filmmaking process.
February 01st 2017 10:00am - January 01st 2018 05:00pm

Mansions in the Sky
Mansions in the Sky
Who was Branwell Brontë? This new exhibition, curated by poet Simon Armitage, invites us inside the mind and world of the notorious Brontë brother in a search for answers to this question. Inspired by an early poem sent to William Wordsworth by the optimistic and precocious twenty-year old, Armitage explores Branwell’s colourful personal history through his writings, drawings and possessions, displayed at the Parsonage alongside newly created installations.
February 01st 2017 10:00am - January 01st 2018 05:00pm
Past Items

Mr. Branwell Bronte’s Birthday at the Parsonage
Mr. Branwell Bronte’s Birthday at the Parsonage
Branwell's birthday activities
Bronte Parsonage, Haworth, England
June 26, 2017

National Portrait Gallery: Celebrating Charlotte
National Portrait Gallery: Celebrating Charlotte
Central to the National Portrait Gallery’s display is the presentation of new research into the only surviving painted portraits of Charlotte with her two sisters, Emily and Anne, by their brother Branwell
Feb. 22, 2016, through Jan. 2, 2017

Morgan Library: Charlotte: An Independent Will
Morgan Library: Charlotte: An Independent Will
This exhibition, presented on the occasion of the two hundredth anniversary of Charlotte Bronte’s birth, traces her creative path from reluctant governess to published poet to commanding novelist. http://www.themorgan.org/exhibitions/charlotte-bronte
Morgan Library, New York, New York
Sept. 9, 2016, through Jan. 2, 2017
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