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  • 30 Years On – Chernobyl Exposed Main Gallery

    Hartlepool Art Gallery

    09.09.17 — 11.11.17

    The 26:86 Collective includes both established and emerging artists and designers who travelled to Kiev and Chernobyl, Ukraine during the 30th anniversary year of the world’s biggest and most devastating nuclear disaster. Exhibited works were produced in response to the trip highlighting weighty and significant issues around nuclear energy within our communities today. A multi disciplined exhib

  • This Liberty by Matt Stokes in collaboration with Richard Dawson

    Hexham Old Gaol

    22.08.17 — 08.12.17

    A film and audio installation inspired by the oldest purpose-built prison in England, Hexham Old Gaol.

    Drawing from traditional border ballads, This Liberty consists of five new songs, each telling the story of a different character associated with the 687-year-year-old building.

    The project is part of the Meeting Point2 led by Arts&Heritage.


    Holy Biscuit

    06.09.17 — 13.09.17


    An exhibition showcasing an eclectic mix of artworks from Chilli Studio members, graduates, NE and world renowned artists, seeking support the work of Chilli Studios who raise Mental Health awareness, actively tackle stigma and support the studio’s future endeavours. It closes with a Charity Art Auction on 13th September from 6-8pm.

  • Mani Kambo | Janus

    36 Lime Street

    08.09.17 — 17.09.17


    Within the cyclical nature of life, the body is a shell to hold us together in this balancing game of life and death. Kambo’s latest work is an investigation of the inner spirit where she draws upon her own personal totemic symbols. Influenced by her upbringing in a household filled with superstition, prayer and religious ceremony.

    See 36 Lime Street website for detail & gallery opening times.

  • Birds want you to listen to their songs


    01.09.17 — 29.10.17

    Contemporary arts duo Juneau Projects, also known as Philip Duckworth and Ben Sadler, will exhibit Birds Want You To Listen To Their Songs from 1 September - 29 October. The exhibition features an interactive print kit, viewfinders, prints, sculptures, and print blocks.

    This is the first contemporary arts opportunity at Cherryburn, the birthplace of Thomas Bewick – artist, wood engraver and natur

  • The Clockwork Garden

    The Bowes Museum

    29.07.17 — 05.11.17


    This enchanting exhibition is travelling to the Museum from a far-off planet in an immersive flourish of mechanical creatures, crystal blooms, contemporary artworks, puppets, and cloud machines. This highly creative interactive adventure will beguile and enchant children and adults alike.

  • Turkish Tulips

    The Bowes Museum

    29.07.17 — 05.11.17


    This exhibition will delve into the complex and paradoxical history behind this iconic flower. Thought provoking contemporary artworks will be hidden, sprinkled and interwoven amongst the Museum collection, in an interactive experience that meanders through science, economics and aesthetics.

  • Chad McCail: Liars of Earth

    Northern Gallery for Contemporary Art

    24.06.17 — 08.10.17


    NGCA presents the national premiere of Chad McCail's near 100-foot long drawing 'Liars of Earth'. McCail's parable has a political twist in the tale, presenting a world in which ordinary people are able to overturn the malign rule of monstrous giants.

  • BALTIC Artists’ Award 2017

    BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art

    30.06.17 — 01.10.17

    The four recipients of the inaugural BALTIC Artists' Award 2017 receive a 13-week exhibition at BALTIC, £25,000 to create new work and a £5,000 artist fee. This major new international award is the first worldwide art award to be judged solely by artists.

  • Chuck Close Tapestries

    Ushaw College

    30.06.17 — 30.09.17

    Six extraordinary tapestries shown in the UK for the very first time. The dramatic black and white tapestries feature huge portraits of Barack Obama, artists Lyle Harris, Kiki Smith, Ellen Gallagher and Cindy Sherman together with a self-portrait of Close. Hung within the ornate interior of the Chapel, this will become a congregation of the most unusual kind.