Explore the art made by young people using their creativity to make sense of the world around them, in this digital exhibition. The Way I See It exhibits the work created by young artists through online workshops with BALTIC, in partnership with Google Arts & Culture and Arts Council England.
Virtually explore BALTIC's Abel Rodríguez exhibition in the Ground Floor gallery.
Virtually visit BALTIC's popular Level 5 in a 360 Google Streetview photography. From here you can see out of the huge picture window and spot the iconic bridges across the River Tyne, Baltic Square and the NewcastleGateshead Quayside.
Using Google Streetview photography you can take a visit to BALTIC's Level 4 viewing terrace. There's a 360 virtual tour of the terrace to see the River Tyne, Tyne Bridge and even our annual resident Kittiwakes.
Virtually explore BALTIC's The Making of Husbands: Christina Ramberg in Dialogue exhibition in the Level 3 BxNU Gallery.
Virtually explore BALTIC's Huma Bhabha: Against Time in the Level 4 Gallery.
Artists Navild Acosta and Fannie Sosa have created a Dream Bag as a guidance for better sleep. The toolkit has been specially conceived for people who experience racism regularly in our society, to support breaking with constant fatigue by slowing down and resting.
Virtually explore Ad Minoliti's exhibition Biosfera Peluche / Biosphere Plush in BALTIC's Level 4 gallery space.
Virtually explore BALTIC Open Submission on BALTIC's Ground Floor.
Virtually explore Pakui Hardware's (artists Neringa Cerniauskaite and Ugnius Gelguda) exhibition Virtual Care in BALTIC's Level 2 gallery space.