BALTIC 39 is a vibrant community of practising artists, academics and researchers located on High Bridge in the heart of Newcastle upon Tyne.
Please note we currently have technical issues with our accessible lift from the lower ground floor reception area to upper ground floor space. Step-free access is possible via The Stand. Please contact 0191 261 3830 or email@example.com to discuss in further detail or to clarify this access is possible on the times you plan to visit. We are working as quickly as possible to resolve this issue and apologise for this inconvenience.
This cultural hub for contemporary art practice and research opened in April 2012 as a unique collaborative venture between Newcastle City Council, Arts Council England, BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art and Northumbria University.
The former Ward’s printing warehouse and distinctive Grade II listed building at 39 High Bridge Street is home to the Project Space – a stunning top-floor gallery, 33 artists’ studios and the BxNU Institute of Contemporary Art.
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BALTIC 39 Reception
Project Space during exhibition periods
BALTIC 39 is an inclusive place to visit, where everyone is welcome. You can read BALTIC 39's Accessibility Guide here.
Getting to BALTIC 39
BALTIC 39 is located at 31-39 High Bridge, Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 1EW, a 3 minute walk from Newcastle's city centre, and a 5 minute walk from Newcastle's Central Station. BALTIC 39's closest metro station is Monument.
See a map of BALTIC 39's location here.