Subjects: Library, Museum
Digital events provide safe space to discuss death
With Covid-19 prompting many of us to examine how we deal with death and dying, a series of online events have been set up providing a digital space where people can share their stories, hopes and fears in relation to loss.
X-ray in a manger - centuries old nativity discovered during painting investigation
Art experts have experienced something of a Christmas miracle after discovering what could be a 16th century painting of a nativity scene hidden under another work of art.
Dancing on the Tyne
Music and dances composed by an 18th-century dancing master will be brought back to life during an event in Newcastle later this month – with members of the public invited to come along and take part.
Out of the classroom and into the art gallery
A new project will bring literature to life for GCSE pupils by taking them out of their classrooms and into two North East art galleries.
Digital library brings Sterne and adaptations online
Rare books inspired by one of the 18th century’s most successful authors will be made available to the public for the first time through a new online library.
Internationally renowned art academic Andrea Phillips is the new BALTIC Professor at Northumbria University, Newcastle
Northumbria University and BALTIC Centre of Contemporary Art are excited and proud to announce the appointment of a new BALTIC Professor and Director of the BxNU research institute.
Historic discoveries lead to Northumbria academic curating Martin Luther King exhibition
Martin Luther King’s handkerchief is one of the centrepieces of a new exhibition, curated by Northumbria University’s Professor in American Studies Brian Ward.
It’s history, but not as we know it
A steam-punk rhinoceros, secret drawings of a Lambton Worm-powered Turbinia and a corset based on a parasol – all fantastical reimaginings of Victorian history and part of a unique exhibition capturing the imagination of visitors to Newcastle’s Discovery Museum.