Walk the line
BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art
Join the North East At Teacher Educator Network (NEATEN) and the Northumbria University PGCE Art trainee teachers for our annual BIG DRAW.
On the spacious level one of Baltic we will have two exciting, busy and creative activities for families, friends, singles and groups to get involved in.
We will create a space for you to make human propelled Drawing Machines (inspired by the artists Rebecca Horn and Leonardo da Vinci) and see if you make a living line without actually holding a pen! We will also have a Marcel Proust inspired memory timeline, where you can visually create strong memories from your life, whatever age you might be.
Our teachers and trainee teachers and Baltic staff will be on hand to facilitate this afternoon and to answer any questions. Come and inspire us.
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Suitable for ages:
NEATEN (North East Art Teacher Educator Network) at Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art
Family Friendly Facilities: BALTIC is a family friendly venue:
•Car Parking (paid)
•Child-friendly café menu/options
•Highchairs provided for café
All floors are buggy accessible
•Unisex Baby Changing facilities throughout the building
•Quay on Level 2 hosts regualr activities for families and children
•BALTIC Shop sells items for children
•Public Transport stops nearby
•Lifts to all public areas
•Infra-red induction loops
•Wheelchair available to use
• Large print guides available