The Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art and Sage Gateshead announce the Sky Arts ART 50 Weekender this February 23rd and 24th
Sky Arts has commissioned 50 projects looking at what it means to be British. Many of these are yours to experience for free at the Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art and the Sage Gatesehead during its 'Art Weekender' on the 23rd and 24th February 2019. Check out the link below for further details and how to book your place on the most exciting artistic event coming up!
Artworks and films included at the Baltic are:
- Barby Asante: ADeclaration of Independence
- Common Vision: ReBranding Britain
- Matty Crawford and Joe Argent: His England
- Simon Wade: Huntington Gardens
- Simon Armitage: The Brink
- Boy Blue: R.E.B.E.L
- Animations: School Britannia
- Naqqash Khalid: Stock
- Gadzooks: Mad Dogs
- Gulliver Moore: Small Town Politics
- Sarah Maple: Empire
- Connor Coulston: Me, Nan and Oldham
- Jasleen Kaur: Film installation - as yet untitled
- Kuba Ryniewicz : Photography installation on North East mining communities
Performance and visual projects included at the Sage Gateshead include:
- DanceXchange and Gary Clarke's 'This is an Island?'
- Martha Barnett's 'And the Band Keeps Marching On'
- Hanbury & Groves 'When We Collide: A British Songbook'
- Lyrix Organix's Chloe Florence & Laurie Ogden 'Brexit poem'
- Folkworks 'Backbone of Our Land'
- Phil Hatcher-Moore 'Shepherding the Uplands'
- Rio Blake 'We are British'
- Dougie Wallace 'Dogs and their Owners'
- ucy Reeves Khan and Ivelina Goverdovskaya 'Window Wanderland'
- Rosie Scribblah 'Here Be Dragons'