In the wake of one of the most challenging and formative years for the world at large, BALTIC is pleased to look to the future with its exhibition and events programme, launching from 6 Jan 2021.
In line with Government guidelines, BALTIC, Six Restaurant and BALTIC Shop will be closed from Thursday 5 November. We plan to re-open on 6 January 2021 but this will be reliant on Gateshead moving out of Tier 3, as it currently is. As always we will keep this page updated and we really look forward to welcoming you back when we can.
Against Time | Temporarily closed
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.
Level 3 BxNU Gallery | Temporarily closed, virtual tour available
The Making of Husbands: Christina Ramberg in Dialogue is a major exhibition that brings together works by Christina Ramberg, her contemporaries and younger artists to explore the urgency with which her work speaks to contemporary debate around gender and identity
BALTIC is looking for artists and facilitators to work with us for BALTIC Family Days; an outside programme of activity for the families of Gateshead and Newcastle upon Tyne exploring the idea of care when we can’t congregate. Deadline: Mon 14 Dec
Get Christmas sorted with prints, books, homewares, jewellery, art gifts and more at BALTIC Shop online.
Can we see illness not as an individual experience but as something shared, part of our daily life? Listen to Episode 1 of For All I Care, a five part podcast series about how to care, more creatively.
Join a free virtual gallery tour where you and your toddler can discover one of BALTIC’s exhibitions from your home.
Young people aged 13-19 are invited to join BALTIC Foundation Club - a free series of online artist-led workshops and critical discussions.
BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art, Gateshead is pleased to announce the launch of the Frieze x Deutsche Bank Emerging Curators Fellowship at BALTIC. This fellowship aims to support UK-based Black and People of Colour (POC) emerging curators and help address racial disparities in the UK visual arts sector.
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Can you turn your home into an extraordinary art exhibition? Join artist Karen Rann and reimagine the objects around you with stories and labels, curating your own belongings.