Project Art Works & Baltic ready Residential exhibition
24 Aug 2023
Project Art Works and Baltic present celebratory exhibition of over fifty archival works following year-long collaboration
Artists in the exhibition:
Kate Adams, Liam Ash, Aida Ashall, Alison, Connor Ashley, Emily Baines, El Bass, Luke Bebb, Michael Bounds, Sammy Brooks, Paul Colley, Andrew Cooper, Tim Corrigan, Edward Cox-Smith, Oliver Crowther, Natalie Dance, Mark Daniels, Sara Dare, Jack Denness, Dion Downes, Sarah Dunne, Stanley Ellis, Gemma Evans, Amy Fenton, Byron Filnie, Patricia Finnegan, Siddharth Gadiyar, David Geall, Albert Geere, Jo Goldman, Jack Goldsmith, Charlotte Hanlon, Peter Hersey, Toby Hewson, Rachel Hine, Cherry Lane, Lucy Jenion, Neville Jermyn, Annis Joslin, Eden Kötting, Aisha al-Kurd, Thomas Lepora, Lucy, Claire Matthews, Fred Mazzio, David Marriot, Amy McDonald, Leila McMillan, Heidi Nice, Louise Newham, Sean Ormonde, India O’Sullivan, Magda Patza, Johnny Pell, Sharif Persaud, Phoebe, Ellen Prebble, Peter Quinell, Gabby R, Michelle Roberts, Georgie Scott, Carl Sexton, Maya Shapiro Steen, Will Shepherd, Brian Simpkin, George Smith, Sam Smith, Darryl Spencer, Charlotte Stephens, Daniel Wells, Jakob Wright, Sarah T, Katie Taylor, Charlie Thomas, Christopher Tite, Christina Watson, Marion Willis.
Kate Adams, CEO/Artist Director, Project Art Works said:
The immense proportions of the Baltic building and its place on the River Tyne, resonate powerfully with the macro and micro histories of Newcastle and Gateshead. It is a privilege to be working alongside this innovative institution, its communities and neurominorities in the North East. We look forward to realising this long planned collaboration and a new exhibition that further mines our continually evolving archive of powerful works by neurodivergent artists.
Sarah Munro, Director, Baltic commented:
We are delighted to be collaborating on this exhibition with Project Art Works. Their important work with neurodivergent communities and individuals resonates very strongly with Baltic’s vision, to deeply root inclusivity and diversity in all our practices and projects. We have enjoyed working with Project Art Works over the past year and look forward to celebrating the extraordinary contribution neurodiverse communities make to art and culture within the exhibition.