Previously a flour mill on the banks of the town – this imposing building is now a new centre for culture and the arts…
Baltic 39 opened to the public last Friday and now houses a public gallery 32 artists’ studios and a new home for fine art students. The building will bring together opportunities for training, creativity and exhibitions, offering a unique centre of artistic excellence, development and experimentation.
This exciting venture is a collaboration between funders Newcastle City Council and Arts Council England and new operating partners, BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art and Northumbria University.
You can find out what’s on here: http://www.balticmill.com
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