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.
Artist Studio Sessions give your pupils the opportunity to get initial inspiration for projects, develop new artistic practices, work closely with a practicing artist and explore their own thinking, sketch booking, documentation and artistic reasoning.
Led by BALTIC staff, this 30 minute introductory tour to one of the gallery’s exhibitions will look at key works, themes and ideas.
Make the most of BALTIC’s exhibitions, building and Quayside views by borrowing a box of binoculars.
Arts Award is a national portfolio-based qualification for children and young people up to age 25 delivered across a variety of levels.
Working as a community of enquiry to explore BALTIC’s galleries through fun and informal games participants will use the possibilities of contemporary art to ask big, conceptually rich questions.
BALTIC Stars is a 3 year community schools project which celebrates young people’s creativity through contemporary art. BALTIC is currently looking for six schools to take part in the 2017/18 BALTIC Stars programme. Supported by BBC Children in Need.
Artsmark enables organisations to celebrate, strengthen, advocate and evaluate their provision for arts and culture. BALTIC can support you to achieve and maintain Artsmark status.
BALTIC Sparks is a new programme of artist residencies for children and young people with special educational needs. From September 2017, we are looking to work with 8 schools from Gateshead, Tyne and Wear and surrounding areas who have not worked with BALTIC before.
Join students from Northumbria PGCE Arts and Design and BALTIC staff to explore all things drawing in this fun and experimental day.