Watch (and listen to) the birdies
A new art installation at Cherryburn in Stocksfield is giving you the opportunity to hear what local birds have to say about their lot.
This year the Biscuit Factory’s summer show has a botanical bent and takes in arts, crafts, food and more.
Jazz, cartoons and hair weaves
BALTIC’s summer season of exhibitions are upon us and, as ever, the gallery is giving us an eclectic smorgasbord of good stuff that is a veritable Glastonbury of the mind.
The allure of the everyday
The photographs John Peter Askew took on his visits to Russia from 1996-2017 see him finding a distinctive beauty in the ordinary. You can see them at the Northern Gallery for...
Oliver Doe’s new exhibition questions the way we see queer people.
Challenging perspectives on faith
Mat Collishaw has created a site-specific installation at Ushaw that explores themes of martyrdom, treason, worship and heresy.
The Oriental Museum in Durham is celebrating the elegance of Ming and Qing dynasty jades.
A trip down the coast
Gallagher & Turner’s latest exhibition features a varied selection of paintings and prints that celebrate the best of our shores.
Isn’t that a Gainsborough?
Yes indeed! And you can see work from the 18th century master at ‘The Origins of British Landscape’, which is the very first temporary exhibition at the Bishop Trevor Gallery.
Game of Life
50 years of videogaming is being celebrated at ‘Game On 2.0’ which is invading the Life Science Centre throughout the summer months.
It’s Millar time
Newcastle’s latest exhibition space, Hancock Gallery, has opened with a wide-ranging retrospective of Alexander Millar’s work.
Strange goings on at Lindisfarne
Brace yourself for stories, rumours and half-truths as ‘Now you see me’ comes to Lindisfarne Castle. Lindisfarne Castle is drenched in history, not all of it pleasant.
Rigs, furrows and sheep
Mary Ann Rogers is one of the UK’s foremost wildlife artists but she’s also a dab hand at capturing the peculiar beauty of the north-east landscape.