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Batley School of Art and Design 2nd year Fine Art for Design students have got their work on display in an exhibition at the Dewsbury Museum, Crow Nest Park. Elaine Smith with her work. (d10051146)
Batley School of Art and Design 2nd year Fine Art for Design students have got their work on display in an exhibition at the Dewsbury Museum, Crow Nest Park. Elaine Smith with her work. (d10051146)
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A NEW take on the life of the Brontë family is to be exhibited at Red House Museum.

Elaine’s Smith’s Brontë inspired work has just been on show at Dewsbury Museum, in Crow Nest Park, as part of a display by second year fine art for design students at Batley School of Art and Design.

And now the student’s designs, including a Brontë-style dress made from pages of the famous sisters’ books and a Victorian wig are being taken to Dewsbury Minister for another spell on show.

From the Minster they will be taken to Red House Museum, well-known for its connections with Charlotte Brontë.

Mrs Smith, a mother of four, said she was hopeful the two extra shows of her work would lead towards it being exhibited at the Brontë Parsonage Museum.