Play Rebellion is an interactive exhibition created by artist Pippa Hale. Staged in BALTIC’s Level 2 gallery, audiences are invited to become active participants and get physical with the artwork, creating new possibilities and reconnecting with their genius levels of creativity.
The Adam Reynolds Memorial Bursary Shortlist Exhibition at BALTIC 39 features work by the five artists shortlisted for Shape Art’s prestigious flagship award.
Supported by Jerwood Arts
Survey presents new works by 15 early-career artists from across the UK. Survey is the largest review of contemporary art practice in Jerwood Arts' history and spans a breadth of disciplines including painting, ceramics, film, performance, podcast, sculpture, drawing and collage.
Ballasts of Memory
Ballasts of Memory includes the European premiere of Precarity, which tells the story of Buddy Bolden, the African American cornetist and key figure in the development of jazz music.
To Me, To You
Drawing on archetypes of ‘the artist’, Mick Peter will create an installation at BALTIC that considers the production of an artwork using humour to uncover the obscurities around the making of sculpture, particularly within a gallery context.
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.
Ezuhu ezu – In(complete)
Ifeoma U. Anyaeji makes sculptures and installations from discarded bottles and non-biodegradable plastic bags.
Simon and Tom Bloor
You are invited to discover an alternative landscape where the structures of urban development become the stuff of play. Explore a maze, build a tower, climb a sculpture and reclaim the city as a space for fun.
What will Britain look like, feel like, be like to live in, in the wake of the Brexit vote? 50 projects funded by Sky Arts on this topic will be showcased on TV in Spring 2019. They will also be showcased at a free weekend festival in February at Barbican, London and BALTIC and Sage Gateshead. BALTIC’s specific artist commissions will include performance and film work.