For artist teachers wanting to further or re-establish their artistic practice, develop your personal and professional artistic practice with this flexible part-time MA course. The course enables artist educators, to further or re-establish their artistic practice within a supportive, innovative and creative environment, with tutorials and taught sessions on evenings and weekends at Northumbria University and at BALTIC.
This Award indicates the value and status we place on ARTIST TEACHERS at every level of education and within the field of Gallery Education. The BALTIC Artist Teachers Award 2014/15 has been awarded to Mo Coade. The exhibition fract is on display at Quay Gallery, Level 2 at BALTIC from 17 January – 1 March 2015
BALTIC has a team of freelance artists who are available to lead practical sessions based on BALTIC’s exhibitions for schools, colleges, universities, youth and community groups. Click here to find out how to book a session or if you are artist wondering about recruitment to the team.
BxNU is a significant collaboration between Northumbria University and BALTIC. This ground breaking partnership creates a learning environment that unites academic research excellence and innovative contemporary art practice.
BALTIC offer opportunities throughout the year to attend artist talks, exhbiitions tours with BALTIC curators and artist performances. Find out which events are coming up and how to book.
The North East is one of five regions in the UK which has been awarded funding as part of the Paul Hamlyn Foundation’s £1.47m Special Initiative called ArtWorks: Developing Practice in Participatory Settings. An event Connecting the Conversation: Selina Thompson and Christine Egan Fowler takes place on Thu 19 Mar 2015. Click for more information.