Everything you need to know about ticketed events, performances and activities at BALTIC.
Playing Up is a series of discussions, workshops, networks and ideas-sharing events exploring play and its role in place, relationships and disruption. This programme of events is part of exhibition Play Rebellion by artist Pippa Hale.
Join us every fortnight for guided tours of our exhibitions by special guests. In these Exhibition Walkthroughs, artists, academics, activists and other individuals share their unique perspective and insight into BALTIC's exhibitions.
You’re invited to BALTIC Family Days on 19 & 20 Feb, two free days of creativity and play for you and your family this February half term.
Space Octave is a polyphonic playground- an interactive play experience where families work together to create a musical soundscape.
A performance evening presented by artists Kara Chin and Ben Jeans Houghton.
This workshop will bring together artists, curators and others to discuss their experiences of arts projects relating to the WW1 centenary commemorations.
You're invited to the exhibition preview of Abel Rodriguez and Imran Perretta: the destructors on Friday 13 March.
In conversation with D6, Henna Asikainen, Cat Auburn and Nicola Singh.
There is Beauty in this Journey is D6’s major programme that seeks to redress the sensationalism and bias around migration stories, aspiring towards a shared, rich and responsive exploration of our cities and neighbourhoods.
Hanna Tuulikki presents a performative lecture at BALTIC, part of her recent project, Deer Dancer.