Everything you need to know about ticketed events, performances and activities at BALTIC.
Premiering BALTIC’s new autumn/winter exhibition season. Enjoy food and drink offers, a live music from Middlesbrough-based, radge pop artpunk band GGAllan Partidge plus a live set from DJ Awkward Black Girl set.
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An evening ABOUT Judy Chicago *** EVENT CHANGE*** Frances Borzello, writer and art historian, will discuss the work and career of Judy Chicago with Irene Aristizábal, Head of Curatorial & Public Practice, BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art and curator of the Judy Chicago exhibition.
Join women’s organisation Sangini in this celebratory event, curated in response to Judy Chicago’s exhibition at BALTIC.
A selection of films looking at dance as a form of becoming other, becoming animal.
What Kind of Slave Would I Be? WKOSWIB? (pronounced nWIK-uooh-IB) is a performance work by dance artist Zinzi Minott, which investigates the consequences of slavery and slave history on the artist.
You’re invited to explore feminist self-publishing practice in a collaborative Feminist Zine Making Workshop. Led by artist Theresa Easton, you’ll produce a collective zine in response to influential feminist artist Judy Chicago's exhibition at BALTIC.
Join North East ceramic artist Alex Sickling for a Clay Animal Making Workshop, inspired by BALTIC’s exhibition Animalesque.
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.