Listen to Episode 2 of For All I Care, a five part podcast series about how to care, more creatively. In this episode we think about what touch means, tune in to our surroundings and listen in order to be touched by sound.
Exploring the space between nature documentary and anthropological account, Hanna Tuulikki narrates her recent moving image work Deer Dancer in a pre-recorded online performative lecture. 18.30 Wednesday 10 June until 18.30 Friday 12 June 2020.
ESOL Conversation Sessions, delivered in partnership with Gateshead Resettlement Team, gives ESOL learners an opportunity to practice their English and enjoy meeting and chatting with BALTIC staff and local volunteers.
Season 1 of TRANSMISSIONS will run as six weekly episodes screening every Thursday at 21.00 GMT and repeated on Fridays at 09.00 on Twitch. The 1st episode will air on the 23 of April 2020 which will be curated by Anne Duffau, Tai Shani and Hana Noorali.
Moving Like Plants is a free online one-off study group exploring affinities between plants and 'those of us who can't move'.
We have taken the joint decision to postpone the Make More Market event scheduled for this coming weekend, Saturday 21 and Sunday 22 March 2020 at BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art, Gateshead. The logistics of organising the market, which would have included craft suppliers and makers from all over the UK, have been affected by the current circumstances as a result of Coronavirus (Covid-19).
You're invited to the exhibition preview of Abel Rodriguez and Imran Perretta: the destructors on Friday 13 March.
A performance evening presented by artists Kara Chin and Ben Jeans Houghton.
Space Octave is a polyphonic playground- an interactive play experience where families work together to create a musical soundscape.
You’re invited to BALTIC Family Days on 19 & 20 Feb, two free days of creativity and play for you and your family this February half term.