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.
Join women’s organisation Sangini in this celebratory event, curated in response to Judy Chicago’s exhibition at BALTIC.
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On Saturday 7 December striking dance duets will take place throughout the building in this durational performance. The Elsewhen Series are staged as daydreams and escapisms explored through nature and her animals, and powerful yearnings of the heart and mind.
Join artist Aaron Hughes and special guests Syrian Kings and GemArts to listen together to their record, produced as part of BALTIC Artists’ Award 2019.
Joy Labinjo discusses her work with Elena Crippa, Curator Modern and Contemporary British Art at Tate.
BALTIC Self-Publishing Artists' Market 2020 will showcase the work of over 50 artists, small press publishers, colleges and universities.