Applications are open for the BxNU Master of Fine Art, a unique two year postgraduate course delivered by Northumbria University in partnership with BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art at BALTIC 39. The course will provide world-class teaching and mentorship in contemporary art practice and research.Read More
Early to mid career practitioners in Fine Art are invited to apply for the Northumbria University Warwick Stafford Research Fellowship 2015/16 until Monday 28th September, 5pm.Read More
Applications are now open for the Warwick Stafford Fellowship, an annual prize aimed at early-mid career practitioners in Fine Art. The Fellowship is hosted by Northumbria University at BALTIC 39.Read More
BALTIC 39 | Common Room is an opportunity for bi-monthly meetings of artists and arts professionals to have peer led conversations about arts practice, to share practical advice and talk through common questions.Read More
Following the extraordinary success of BALTIC 39 I FIGURE ONE in 2013, BALTIC is delighted to announce a call for submissions for BALTIC 39 | FIGURE TWO.Read More
This one-day event will consider how different relationships between organisations, artists and audiences can stretch the boundaries of art practice, using the work of two different organisations to stimulate dialogue, questions and discussion. The speakers on the day will be Alessandro Vincentelli discussing Baltic 39 and Donna Lynas discussing Wysing Arts Centre.
Thursday 25 October 2012, 13:00-18:30
The event focuses on the processes involved in producing contemporary visual art, now and in the future, with a view to informing the region’s artistic ambitions, collaborative ventures and networks.
Starting the day with informal group conversations over a shared lunch, the event will engage a diverse sample of the regional arts sector including representatives from the region's main contemporary art venues, projects, artists and curators, offering the opportunity to socialise, exchange experiences and network. The early evening sees a change in venue to encourage further discussion in a less formal atmosphere.
The event has been developed by Bruce Asbestos (Trade) and Niki Russell (Reactor/Primary) for EMVAN.
£5 entry (includes lunch and refreshments)