BALTIC Crew are positioned right across the building and are there to make sure you get the most out of your visit.
BALTIC Archive is a staff only area but all publicly accessible items can be viewed by making an appointment. A vast archive chronicles BALTIC's eighteen-year history through physical items and digital documentation. Please ring 0191 440 4959 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to book an appointment
Spend some creative time with BALTIC Crew to find out more about contemporary art in an informal and imaginative way
Your Toddler Time sees BALTIC's Learning space transformed into a magical area for under 5's to explore art through colour, sound and touch.
BALTIC+ is the online home for videos, images, sounds and text celebrating BALTIC’s complete exhibition history. Browse or search the site on your desktop, tablet or mobile and discover more.
BALTIC offers a series of high quality Continuing Professional Development workshops and seminars for teachers and other learning professionals. Our events are suitable for those working in primary, secondary and post-16 settings
Every Sunday BALTIC offers a free weekly drop-in activity with an artist, inspired by BALTIC’s current exhibitions.
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BALTIC offers groups talks, tours, artist workshops and talent development opportunities.
BALTIC offers a range of free digital teaching resources to support visits at all stages: planning, pre-visit, visit, research and reflection. Browse the Primary Resources
Arts Award is a national portfolio-based qualification for children and young people up to age 25 delivered across a variety of levels.
BALTIC Library, Level 2, is free to use, open to all and a great place to find out more about art. Visit any time during gallery opening hours.
Through fun and experimental drawing games, your pupils will explore what they can see from BALTIC’s Level 5 viewing box before designing their own imagined bridges to span the Tyne.
The BxNU Master of Fine Art (MFA) at Northumbria University has been developed in partnership with BALTIC. This two-year course offers ambitious artists the opportunity to participate in a unique postgraduate degree programme, centred on the vibrant and dynamic studio culture of the BxNU Institute of Contemporary Art at BALTIC 39, Newcastle.