Art What’s On
The Old School Gallery: Oct 25th 2019 - Jan 29th 2020
A colourist working within the tradition of realism who pushes the boundary with colour and form to achieve a semi-abstract quality in her work. From the start she painted landscapes and still-life but more recently she has chosen to use colour in an abstract way and these paintings are larger scale. She works figuratively and abstractly and enjoys how both approaches support each other.
The Art Sale 2019
Queen's Hall Arts Centre: Nov 30th 2019 - Jan 11th 2020
This is your chance to buy a work of art from hundreds of affordable pieces. Grab that unique Christmas present now!
Preston Park Museum: Dec 5th 2019 - Dec 6th 2019
A family friendly exciting outdoor light-based event is coming to Teesside......
Sangini at BALTIC
BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art: Dec 20th 2019
Join this celebratory event curated by Sangini in response to BALTIC’s Judy Chicago exhibition.
Segedunum Roman Fort: Oct 1st 2014 - Oct 1st 2030
The remains at Segedunum represent one of the most completely excavated forts anywhere in the Roman Empire. The ground plan shows the Fort as it would have been laid out in AD 200. The entire plan of the Fort has been laid out so that visitors can walk around it with ease and those looking down on it from the viewing tower can fully appreciate the Fort's layout.
The Electric Century
Stephenson Railway Museum: Jul 1st 2015 - Jul 1st 2020
This display explores the history of electric transport on Tyneside in the early 1900s and includes the newly restored electric engine E4 which was used to pull coal wagons on the Harton Colliery line from 1909. Discover the history of electricity and how little it was used in the home when the E4 was first built.
All Our Stories: Our Railway in Years Gone By
Stephenson Railway Museum: Apr 1st 2017 - Oct 30th 2050
This display focuses on the history of the people whose lives were intertwined with the railway industry that ran from Backworth Collieries to the River Tyne from 1800 – 2014. Created by the North Tyneside Steam Railway Association with local residents who contributed their personal stories and memories.
Stephenson Railway Museum: Jan 1st 2018 - Dec 31st 2030
Built in Newcastle around 1816 by Robert Stephenson & Company and before the more famous Rocket - is the third oldest locomotive in the world. It worked on the Springwell and Jarrow line, which brought coal to the Tyne from collieries south of Gateshead. Designed by George Stephenson, this was one of the most innovative transport systems of its day.