The BxNU Master of Fine Art is a unique postgraduate course delivered by Northumbria University in partnership with BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art.
The BxNU Institute is a base for world-class teaching and mentorship in contemporary art practice and research, generated by the dynamic partnership between BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art and Northumbria University.
The ERiS Project has been developed to launch the new experimental studio at BALTIC 39. There are three initial sessions on 2 May, 6 June and 4 July. The first is themed around architectural experimentation, the second around the experimental art of refuge and exile and the third around dance and body-experiment. Each session has a range of talks and performances and is open to and inclusive of all.
You are invited to Reorganising Cultural Institutions, a free programme of talks and discussions about how cultural institutions currently function, their social and political history and the ways in which they shape value and attention.
The MA Creative and Cultural Industries Management course offers a practical and vocational approach to working within the rapidly developing creative economy. Enhanced programme flexibility enables you to select a culture sector specialism to suit your interests, which you will take alongside core cultural and creative industries management modules.
Northumbria University and BALTIC Centre of Contemporary Art are excited and proud to announce the appointment of a new BALTIC Professor and Director of the BxNU research institute.