The Adam Reynolds Memorial Bursary Shortlist Exhibition at BALTIC 39 features work by the five artists shortlisted for Shape Art’s prestigious flagship award.
BxNU MFA Graduate Exhibition
There is no clear road ahead; we negotiate altered routes and face numerous paths at once. Until We Run Out of Roads unites eleven voices of the graduating artists of the BxNU Master of Fine Art programme.
Curated by Lucy Lopez and Kim McAleese, Grand Union and BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art
In collaboration with Grand Union, Birmingham, BALTIC presents Ways of Learning. This project will engage with BALTIC 39 as a site for learning, providing a context for a programme of events, artworks and communal sharing of knowledge. The site will encourage conversation that generates collaborative practice, and repositions BALTIC 39 through dialogue with its communities.
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.
Presented by Liverpool Biennial with BALTIC
This exhibition at BALTIC 39, Newcastle upon Tyne showcases new and existing works by Liverpool Biennial Associate Artists, 11 artists from the North of England
BxNU MFA | Graduate Exhibition
Graduating students from the fourth cohort of the BxNU Master of Fine Art invite you to their graduate show at BALTIC 39, Newcastle upon Tyne.
Setting the Table is a four-day congregation of organisers from arts, education and community-oriented projects. Its purpose is to engage with forms of exhibition-making by experimenting with organisational relations between people, things and situations.
AV Festival 2018 presents the UK premiere of newly commissioned works by Pallavi Paul, including the three-channel video installation Cynthia Ke Sapne / The Dreams of Cynthia in the Project Space at BALTIC 39.
For the first time this national touring exhibition is presented at BALTIC and BALTIC 39.
An exhibition of the work of ten artists will be shortlisted from an open submission by Laurence Sillars, BALTIC Chief Curator; Hilary Lloyd, artist and Turner Prize-nominee; Holly Hendry, artist and inaugural recipient of Woon Foundation Prize; and chaired by Christine Borland, Turner Prize-nominated artist and Professor, Northumbria University.