The BxNU Master of Fine Art is a unique postgraduate course delivered by Northumbria University in partnership with BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art.
BALTIC 39 is home to 32 studios, of which Newcastle City Council provide 25 quality, affordable, non-residential workspaces. These studios help support practitioners within the contemporary art and creative industries to grow, develop and sustain their practices.
BALTIC 39 is a vibrant community of practising artists, academics and researchers located on High Bridge in the heart of Newcastle upon Tyne.
Artist Kathryn Elkin (born 1983, Belfast) will present her new single-channel video work Queen completed during her time as Warwick Stafford Fellow at Northumbria University during 2017/18.
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These free bitesize, introductory tours are suitable for everyone and help bring BALTIC 39 exhibitions & historic building to life.
NewBridge Books has found a new home in the heart of Newcastle city centre at BALTIC 39. The artist bookshop has taken over the shop front of BALTIC 39, stocking a unique selection of artists' books, prints, zines, writings and design magazines from independent and self-publishers, as well as selection by North East artists.
Northumbria University and BALTIC Centre of Contemporary Art are excited and proud to announce the appointment of a new BALTIC Professor and Director of the BxNU research institute.
The meeting room at BALTIC 39 is located on the ground floor of the building and has a capacity of 20. It is available to hire between 10.00-18.00 daily, including weekends.