As BALTIC approaches its twentieth year, we are pleased to announce a new residency opportunity supporting an artist based in the UK to undertake a long-term residency engaging with BALTIC Archive during 2021–22.
Three exceptional North East dance artists are able to occupy a stunning creative space at BALTIC in June thanks to a new collaboration between the flagship contemporary art gallery and Dance City.
BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art is pleased to announce the five recipients of BALTIC Bursaries in 2021: Jon Cornbill, Foundation Press, Julia Heslop, Heather Bonnie Reid and Janina Sabaliauskaitė.
BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art is supporting a writer/curator to undertake a week’s residency in Alnmouth, Northumberland in collaboration with Shoreside Huts.
Alice Bucknell will participate in this BALTIC’s Writer/curator Residency in Alnmouth, Northumberland in collaboration with Shoreside Huts.
BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art is pleased to announce five bursaries supporting artists based in the North East of England (County Durham, Northumberland, Teesside or Tyne and Wear).
Holly Argent participated in BALTIC Bothy Residency 2021 on the Isle of Eigg, in partnership with Bothy Project.
BALTIC is working with Shape Arts to deliver The Adam Reynolds Memorial Bursary. The recipient for 2019 is Sophie Hoyle who will receive a £10,000 bursary and undertake a three month residency at BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art between 4 March - 31 May 2019.
BALTIC has developed a residency programme working with emerging artists from the Baltic States: Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia, and the wider Baltic region.
BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art were delighted to be among 21 performing and visual arts projects in England and South Korea to receive awards from Arts Council England's co-investment of £1.4 million in international collaboration and exchange with Arts Council Korea.