BALTIC is open Wed-Sun, 10.30am-6pm. You can book a free timed ticket in advance, but visits on the day are very welcome.
Walk from BALTIC Gateshead to Dunston Staiths this summer. Get outside and power up your creativity with fun family activities, videos, sound and movement to discover along the route. Collect your free map from BALTIC.
BALTIC Open Submission involves over 150 artists and makers based in the North East of England, selected by an open-call application process announced in the summer whilst the gallery was closed during lockdown.
For their first solo exhibition in the UK, Pakui Hardware (artists Neringa Cerniauskaite and Ugnius Gelguda) present a commission exploring the subject of robotic and virtual care.
For her first major survey exhibition in Europe, BALTIC is thrilled to present a selection of Huma Bhabha’s sculptures, photo-drawings and works on paper.
Located on the Ground Floor, looking out onto Baltic Square, the Front Room has socially distanced tables and seating for a moment's pause and rest. You can use this space to eat your own packed lunch or have a hot drink or healthy snack.
Shop prints, books, homewares, jewellery, art gifts and more at BALTIC Shop online.
Join BALTIC Crew for some fresh air and gentle exercise to take in the local Quayside on our contemporary walking tour.
This major solo exhibition by Sutapa Biswas will span the artist’s extensive career. Opening Saturday 26 June.
BALTIC is pleased to announce that Ad Minoliti’s exhibition Biosfera Peluche / Biosphere Plush will feature a Library of Queer and Feminist zines. We invite zine makers from all over the world to send us information about your zines for the possibility of inclusion.
TRANSMISSIONS is an online platform that commissions artists to share their work within a classic DIY TV show format. Season 3 comprises of 6 episodes, streaming on a monthly basis on TRANSMISSIONS TV from March to October 2021.
As BALTIC approaches its 20th year, join a roundtable discussion convened by BALTIC Professor and Director of BxNU Research Institute Andrea Phillips, to consider the archive as a site of construction.