Located on the ground floor of BALTIC 39, High Bridge, Newcastle Upon Tyne, the BxNU Experimental Studio is where most of BXNU’s screenings, talks, symposia, performances and short-term exhibition projects takes place.
BxNU MFA | Interim Exhibition
Everyday, Future, Waiting is a group show produced by the BxNU MFA first year students. This exhibition consists of a variety of works including painting, drawing, sculpture and film. Opens 9 October.
Due to the impact of COVID-19, The Woon Brothers Foundation, Northumbria University, and BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art have agreed to suspend the Woon Prize 2020. Applications for the Woon Prize 2021 will open again in February 2021. Read more
The MA Creative and Cultural Industries Management course offers a practical and vocational approach to working within the rapidly developing creative economy. Enhanced programme flexibility enables you to select a culture sector specialism to suit your interests, which you will take alongside core cultural and creative industries management modules.
BxNU MFA | Graduate Exhibition
Better Than Strangers presents Another Trip Around The Sun. This group exhibition casts a discursive eye on our contemporary condition, considering where we’ve come from, where we are and where we might be going. Opens 9 October
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 BxNU Institute is a base for world-class teaching and mentorship in contemporary art practice and research, generated by the dynamic partnership between BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art and Northumbria University.
This MFA in Fine Art, offered in partnership between BALTIC and Northumbria University, Newcastle focuses upon fine art as an exploratory form of research activity driving the creation of new forms of aesthetic expression and social connectedness