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.
Against Time | Temporarily closed
For her first major survey exhibition in Europe, BALTIC is thrilled to present a selection of Huma Bhabha’s sculptures, photo-drawings and works on paper.
Level 3 BxNU Gallery | Temporarily closed, virtual tour available
The Making of Husbands: Christina Ramberg in Dialogue is a major exhibition that brings together works by Christina Ramberg, her contemporaries and younger artists to explore the urgency with which her work speaks to contemporary debate around gender and identity
The Habits of Weeds is a three-part event, featuring a new intervention by artist Uriel Orlow. This free online event will consider how urban plants, often cast aside as ‘weeds’, can be beneficial to both our ecosystem and our health.
We're pleased to announce that artist Holly Argent will participate in this year’s BALTIC Bothy Residency on the Isle of Eigg, in partnership with Bothy Project.
S.P.A.M. Spreads is a reimagining of BALTIC's annual Self-Publishing Market. Selected from an open call, the pages of S.P.A.M. Spreads were created in direct response to the major events of 2020 and the experience of living through them.
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.
Shop prints, books, homewares, jewellery, art gifts and more at BALTIC Shop online.
Young people aged 13-19 are invited to join BALTIC Foundation Club - a free series of online artist-led workshops and critical discussions.
We want to better understand who our online audiences are. We would like to know how you engage with our digital work and what motivates you to do so. Please tell us your thoughts by filling in this short survey.
Make a no paint watercolour-effect pop-up greetings card with artist Sophie Lisa Beresford using everyday household materials. Use your card for any occasion or to send a message to a loved one. This activity is inspired by Susie Green’s lightbox artwork ‘Goddess Mouth’.