A second round of creative packs for BALTIC's ongoing Art Lab programme, adapted for the lockdown period, were delivered to multiple doorsteps in Birtley, Gateshead week commencing Monday 15 June 2020.
We, the undersigned from the cultural sector of the North East, declare that silence is not ok and silence is seen as complicity. Racism has no place in a just and humane society. Read full statement
An ongoing list of resources, links and books supporting the Black Lives Matter movement.
BALTIC, Six Restaurant & BALTIC Shop are temporarily closed until further notice in line with Government guidelines. We look forward to welcoming you back when we can.
During the building closure and this unprecedented period BALTIC has been continuing its work in connecting with communities and individuals from the local area. Find out about how we have continued our activity.
The CONTINUOUS Network is delighted to announce it’s upcoming programme for 2021 including a selection of Touring Network performances, Zinzi Minott’s CONTINUOUS Commission Black on Black: 24R and a brand new dance work from our CONTINUOUS x Unlimited Commission opportunity.
BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art, Gateshead is pleased to announce the launch of the Frieze x Deutsche Bank Emerging Curators Fellowship at BALTIC. This fellowship aims to support UK-based Black and People of Colour (POC) emerging curators and help address racial disparities in the UK visual arts sector.
In the wake of one of the most challenging and formative years for the world at large, BALTIC is pleased to look to the future with its exhibition and events programme.
Located on the Ground Floor, looking out onto Baltic Square, the Front Room has socially distanced tables and seating for a moment's pause and rest. You can eat your own packed lunch here too.
Explore the art made by young people using their creativity to make sense of the world around them, in this digital exhibition. The Way I See It exhibits the work created by young artists through online workshops with BALTIC, in partnership with Google Arts & Culture and Arts Council England.