The Late Shows is the North East’s renowned culture crawl around Newcastle and Gateshead with many popular venues normally closed in the evening opening their doors after hours. Venture into Newcastle’s newest arts and education space, BALTIC 39 for a special late night evening.
DISCONNECTED (The left hand doesn’t know….)
Curated by Matt Calderwood and designed to be staged for one evening only within his exhibition, Paper Over the Cracks at BALTIC 39, this event brings together a collection of film, video and sound works by artists including Calderwood, Melanie Manchot, Declan Clarke, Sean Dower, Matt Crawley and Paul McDevitt. The works explore collapsing systems, relationships, devices and machines and broken communications. Calderwood will be also be premiering a new video at 21.00.
Open Studio: SP Architects, Studio 22
There will be a small exhibition including drawings and working models set in the context of an architect's studio.
Open studio: Paul Piercy, Studio 29
Drop into Paul’s studio for a glimpse of The Black Portraits, an ongoing story of human rights champions. Also on show are examples of experimental figurative painting from the Feeling Aloud series plus some drawings for a new project We Are But Players, which are portraits in black.
Open Studio: David Bilbrough (Unit 44), Studio 7
David Bilbrough opens the doors to his BALTIC 39 photographic darkroom, displaying post-war architectural photography and photographic printmaking.
Open Studio: Peter McAdam, Studio 17
Peter will be releasing an arts app called iCoda next month which mashes up random images to sound. Join him as he demonstrates the new software and view print-outs created by the application.
‘They Told Us It Was Only Around the Corner’
Year 2 students from NorthumbriaUniversity’s Undergraduate Fine Art programme present work in the Level 1 space
Postgraduate Open Studio
MA Fine Art and MA Fine Art and Education students at NorthumbriaUniversity invite you to engage in their work in their Level 1 studio.
PhD Open Studios
Northumbria University PhD students Paul Goodfellow, Rachel Sharp and Marianne Wilde open their studios for the evening.