Legacy: Two Works about Hope and Memory



To commemorate the centenary of the outbreak of The First World War The Crafts Council and Forty Hall & Estate present an exhibition of two contemporary craft installations under the 'Curate with Us' programme.

Legacy: Two Works about Hope and Memory brings together two of the UK's most significant makers for the first time and offers quiet reflection on the collective and personal impact of loss, legacy, testimony and commemoration.

The two works 'Everyman's Dream' by Clare Twomey and Julian Stair's 'Reliquary for a Common Man', whilst not directly concerned with the First World War, offer a means of contemplating themes assocated with commemoration, rememberance and the significance of the First World War.


Venue Details & Map

Forty Hall Museum and Gardens

Forty Hill
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