BALTIC Art Center to Open in Gateshead, England

January 2002
Art Papers Magazine;Jan/Feb2002, Vol. 26 Issue 1, p7
The article announces the opening of the BALTIC Art Center, a major center for contemporary art, in 2002 in Gateshead, England. The building was the former Baltic Flour Mills that is being redesigned into a space, which include five galories, three artists' spaces, and a performance arts space. The BALTIC partners with the Newcastle University to offer an educational component, which involve a residential lectureship. Its first professor for Contemporary Art will be Susan Hiller of London.


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