Stormy House/Arashi no ie

Whitestone Arts

November 03rd 2018 10:00am - November 11th 2018 08:00pm

Whitestone Arts

Whitestone Arts, based on Haworth Moor, is bringing together Japanese artists and young people from West Yorkshire in a cultural collaboration that explores the ghostly elements of Wuthering Heights and the kaidan (Japanese ghost tales) collected and translated by the Greco-Irish writer and traveller, Patrick Lafcadio Hearn. This immersive installation, to mark Emily Brontë’s bicentenary, will feature audio, video, performance and set design with landscape imagery from Haworth Moor and rural Japan. The installation has been created across 2017 and 2018 in collaboration with calligrapher Misuzu Kosaka, dancer Ima Tenko and students from Haworth Primary School and Cathedral Academy of Performing Arts (Wakefield). Stormy House is a collaboration between Whitestone Arts, Brontë Parsonage Museum, Theatre in the Mill, Fifty Nine Productions and Bradford University’s School of Media, Design and Technology.

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