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Exhibitions in NewcastleGateshead

NewcastleGateshead offers visitors and locals an excellent variety of world-class cultural venues that hold exhibitions of all sizes. From leading artists like Yoko Ono to smaller North East artists - art galleries in Newcastle and Gateshead cater for every art enthusiast.

Gateshead's BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art is the only non-TATE venue outside of London to host the coveted Turner Prize and is recognised by many as one of the country's best examples of a modern art venue. As well as housing some of the best local exhibitions it provides an ever-changing calendar from critically-acclaimed artists from around the globe.

The Laing Art Gallery Newcastle has an impressive collection of art and sculpture with its Newcastle exhibition programme renowned for bringing the biggest names in historic, modern and contemporary art to the North East. There permanent displays of John Martin's breathtaking The Destruction of Sodom and Gomorrah and William Holman Hunt's poignant painting of Isabella and the Pot of Basil are always worth a visit.

Northern Gallery for Contemporary Art in Sunderland brings new exhibitions from emerging artists in the region and should be an essential stop for any art-lover's itinerary.

The Biscuit Factory, the UK's biggest commercial gallery, is the perfect place to start or expand your personal collection. Formerly a Victorian warehouse, the beautiful and dynamic gallery space is set over two floors and displays a range of fine art, sculpture, prints and crafts.

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  1. Add Saturday Storytimes in the Mouse House to your Itinerary

    Saturday Storytimes in the Mouse House

    Tyne and Wear

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    22 Nov 2014to26 Dec 2015

    Come and meet the Great North Mouse and Georgina during our Saturday Storytime sessions; the Great North Mouse is a little explorer who lives in the Mouse House and explores the museum at night.

  2. Add Our Brilliant Brain to your Itinerary

    Our Brilliant Brain

    Newcastle upon Tyne

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    3 Mar 2015to14 June 2015

    What makes me, me and you, you? Explore the wonders of sensory perception and the brain at Life Science Centre.

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  3. Add Roman Empire: Power and People  to your Itinerary

    Roman Empire: Power and People

    Tyne and Wear

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    30 May 2015to13 Sept 2015

    Roman Empire: Power and People brings together over 160 stunning pieces from the British Museum to explore the story of one of the most powerful empires the world has ever seen.

  4. Add Conscience and Conflict: British Artists and the Spanish Civil War to your Itinerary

    Conscience and Conflict: British Artists and the Spanish Civil War

    Newcastle upon Tyne

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    7 Mar 2015to7 June 2015

    Featuring works by artists including Picasso, Henry Moore, Edward Burra, Wyndham Lewis and John Armstrong, amongst others, this exhibition will reveal how a generation of British artists were drawn into the Spanish Civil War.

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  5. Add Guess How Much I Love You StoryParty to your Itinerary

    Guess How Much I Love You StoryParty

    Tyne and Wear

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    Big Nutbrown Hare loves Little Nutbrown Hare to the moon and back. Take part in a delightful StoryParty to celebrate the classic picturebook Guess How Much I Love You.

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  6. Add Guess How Much I Love You film screenings to your Itinerary

    Guess How Much I Love You film screenings

    Tyne and Wear

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    Based on the best-selling book Guess How Much I Love You, families are invited to settle down and enjoy this beautiful collection of animated tales following the adventures of Little Nutbrown Hare.

  7. Add Ouseburn Open Studios: Spring Salon Sale to your Itinerary

    Ouseburn Open Studios: Spring Salon Sale

    Newcastle upon Tyne

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    29 Mar 2015to29 Mar 2015

    If you're a fan of the annual Ouseburn Open Studios the Spring Salon Sale is ideal for you! A fantastic opportunity to purchase affordable art, craft and design with outstanding pieces of original work not available on the high street.

  8. Add Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2014  to your Itinerary

    Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2014

    Newcastle upon Tyne

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    10 Jan 2015to19 Apr 2015

    Now in its 50th year, the Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition provides a global showcase of the very best nature photography. The competition boasts talent from professional and amateur photographers of all ages, from around the globe.

  9. Add Angelina Ballerina StoryParty to your Itinerary

    Angelina Ballerina StoryParty

    Tyne and Wear

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    27 Mar 2015to27 Mar 2015

    Enjoy stories, games and songs in this multi-sensory session which brings Angelina Ballerina and the residents of Chipping Cheddar to life.

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  10. Add Super Cells to your Itinerary

    Super Cells

    Newcastle upon Tyne

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    28 Feb 2015to19 Apr 2015

    This new exhibition investigates the sometimes controversial world of stem cells. Discover what they are, what they do and how they can be used in medicine both now and potentially in the future.

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