Black on Black: 24R is a new durational performance from Zinzi Minott that explores the artist’s engagement with dance, queerness, blackness and the body as archive. The work interrogates dance as a form of labour and the limits of the body through the exhausting processes of repetition and duration.
Wellcome Collection and BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art present For All I Care, a new podcast re-imagining care and healing, available now.
TRANSMISSIONS is an online platform that commissions artists to share their work within a classic DIY TV show format. Season 3 comprises of 6 episodes, streaming on a monthly basis on TRANSMISSIONS TV from March to October 2021.
In Episode 5 of For All I Care we explore collective imaginations of the past and future, and different cultural understandings of time. Connecting our heritage, actions and legacies, how can we create a caring world for generations to come?
Opening the Archive is an online season of events considering the role of archives in artistic practice and institution-making.
Artists Navild Acosta and Fannie Sosa have created a Dream Bag as a guidance for better sleep. The toolkit has been specially conceived for people who experience racism regularly in our society, to support breaking with constant fatigue by slowing down and resting.
A season of events part of Town Hall Meeting of the Air exhibition at BALTIC 39, conceived by artists Tess Denman-Cleaver and Kate Liston.
A two-day online event celebrating innovative social and cultural organisations and initiatives which adopt radically inclusive and collaborative practices. Free tickets available as part of BALTIC Bursary.
As BALTIC approaches its 20th year, join a roundtable discussion convened by BALTIC Professor and Director of BxNU Research Institute Andrea Phillips, to consider the archive as a site of construction.
You're invited to participate in a live collective reading in the Town Hall Meeting of the Air exhibition. This event is free, with booking required.