Newcastle on Tyne, Tyne & Wear
The Mandela Gallery is in the Mandela Building of Newcastle College.
Market Square Artists Project
Newcastle upon Tyne, North Tyneside
Mary Ann Rogers Studio
Leam Cottage, West Woodburn, Hexham, Northumberland
Mary Ann Rogers, watercolour artist, works from her recently built studio at her home in Redesdale, Northumberland. The building of the studio was the subject of the Discovery Channel programme ‘Designer Homes’, & Mary Ann's paintings and prints are regularly exhibited in the UK and overseas, including the Royal Watercolour Society. This gallery is a participant in the Arts Council’s “Own Art” scheme which aims to make it easy and affordable for everyone to buy contemporary works of art. For more information please visit: http://www.artscouncil.org.uk/ownart
Bishop Auckland, Durham
Named in honour of renowned local mining artist Tom McGuinness, the gallery provides a splendid loction for artists to display their artistic talents.Exhibitions are programmed to run for 3 weeks at a time and selection is made by a panel of experts from Durham Art Gallery, who encourage a wide diversity of styles and exhibitions. This gallery is a participant in the Arts Council’s “Own Art” scheme which aims to make it easy and affordable for everyone to buy contemporary works of art. For more information please visit: http://www.artscouncil.org.uk/ownart
Open Tues, Wed, Fri & Sat 10.00am–4.30pm, Thurs 10.00am–7.00pm, Sun 12pm–4.00pm. Closed Mon & Bank hols. Free admission. mima is a breathtakingly beautiful modern art gallery in the heart of Middlesbrough town centre, presenting temporary exhibitions of modern and contemporary art and craft. Featuring work by artists of international repute, mima brings some of the most celebrated art in the world to Middlesbrough, as well as holding events, workshops and lectures. Lowry, Picasso and Turner are just a few of the artists whose works live in their permanent collection.
Mining Art Gallery
Wednesday - Sunday, 10am - 4pm. £5/ £4/ £1
Monkwearmouth Station Museum
Open: 10am–5pm Mon–Sat. 2pm–5pm Sun. Free admission. The museum is housed in an original Victorian station building that was commissioned by the famous railway entrepreneur George Hudson. The interactive galleries make learning about the history of travel and transport in Tyne and Wear fun and exciting for children of all ages.
Newcastle upon Tyne
Museum of Antiquities, Alnwick Castle
The museum is situated within the magnificent Castle of Alnwick, home of the Percys, and is included in the castle entrance fee. There are artefacts and remains of the prehistoric, Roman, Saxon, Viking and medieval periods, some of which were found on the ducal estates in Northumberland and elsewhere - and some with Percy family associations. Free within entry to Alnwick Castle: Adult £8.50 Apr - Oct daily 11am - 5pm
St Lawrence Road, Ouseburn Valley, Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear
Mushroom Works houses a diverse group professional artists and crafts people. Everything from furniture makers to jewellers, and print makers to painters, reside within in these four walls. Regular open studios events and exhibitions are a great chance to come and see for yourself what goes on at Mushroom Works.
Myles Meeham Gallery
Open: Mon-Sat 9am-9pm. Free. Featuring touring and local exhibitions as well as workshops, lectures and seminars. The Gallery also has a 'Craft Window' where local craftspeople can show their work. Open to proposals from emerging artists and ready to embrace experimental installations.
National Glass Centre
Open: 10am-5pm daily. Free admission. Situated on the banks of the River Wear, the National Glass centre is a contemporary gallery which has just been given a massive multi-million pound refit. It houses an exciting and thought-provoking programme of exhibitions, workshops, courses, talks and events inspired by glass. Also home to glass production facilities with live demonstrations, craft & design shop, artists’ studios, function suites and café/restaurant.
The gallery is in a disused shop on St Mary's Chare, just off the Market Place in Hexham, and is just a five minute walk from Hexham Railway Station or the main car parks.