Join us to launch ∞ Video Zine; a visual mixtape of experimental writing including prose, poems, diagrammatic visualisations and uncharacteristic idioms.
We are delighted to welcome the Incidental Unit to Newcastle for two events at BALTIC 39.
Friday 31 May 7pm: Barbara Steveni in conversation with Andrea Phillips
Saturday 1 June 2-5pm: Incidental Unit Public meeting
BxNU MFA Graduate Exhibition
There is no clear road ahead; we negotiate altered routes and face numerous paths at once. Until We Run Out of Roads unites eleven voices of the graduating artists of the BxNU Master of Fine Art programme.
BxNU MFA Interim Exhibition
Sweet, sour, cloudy or pink, good lemonade is hard to come by. Lemonade marks the mid-point in their studies for students on the BxNU MFA.
Discover a hidden Newcastle treasure by visiting BALTIC 39 for a rare late night opening and discover this distinctive Grade II listed building. BALTIC 39’s Studioholders will open their doors, inviting visitors to find out about their practice, whilst NewBridge Books will be open to allow you to browse art, design and photography publications, while enjoying a drink at the Pop-Up Bar. You’re also invited to join a Walking Heritage Tour, at 19.00, 20.00 & 21.00 which will end up at BALTIC, Gateshead.
BxNU In Need of Education Reading Group presents: queer timɘs school, a public seminar with Jason E Bowman. Experimental Studio, Ground Floor, BALTIC 39, High Bridge, Newcastle. ALL WELCOME
(I get) So Emotional is programmed with curator and researcher Seán Elder and looks to the politics of emotions when situated between people, institutions and cultures. Emotion and affect have been considered through a multitude of perspectives historically with recent articulations emerging from a context of austerity and global socio-political crises.
Hell Cats is an artist book created with the aim of visually representing strong, confident women who ride motorcycles. Join us within the Ways of Learning exhibition at BALTIC 39 to celebrate the launch of Hell Cats, publication created by Jade Sweeting.
TO CARE FROM THE PLACE YOU’RE FROM is programmed with invited guest Teresa Cisneros and Andrea Francke, and draws on forms of curating with care. To care is to make, maintain, think about, think with, think through collective positionalities at various moments in time. Andrea and Teresa are occupied with how they practice care and for what end.
Curated by Lucy Lopez and Kim McAleese, Grand Union and BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art
In collaboration with Grand Union, Birmingham, BALTIC presents Ways of Learning. This project will engage with BALTIC 39 as a site for learning, providing a context for a programme of events, artworks and communal sharing of knowledge. The site will encourage conversation that generates collaborative practice, and repositions BALTIC 39 through dialogue with its communities.