As well as the preview nights indicated, our forthcoming exhibitions are open from 6.30pm on performance nights. Viewings outside of these hours can be arranged by contacting the Gallery Manager on 0191 265 5020.
Exhibitions are open on play nights from 6.30 p.m.
Alternative viewing times can be arranged by contacting the Venue Manager (0191-275 9875)
6th-23rd October 2015
Preview Monday 5th October 6.30 - 8.30 pm
EARSDON ART GROUP
Painting for Pleasure
An exhibition of paintings in watercolour, oils and acrylics, by a small friendly group of people who meet once a week to share their mutual enjoyment of painting.
27th October - 27th November 2015
Preview Monday 26th October 6.30 - 8.30 pm
NORTH TYNESIDE ART STUDIO
An exhibition by a group of people who, through the medium of art, have been able to take positive steps to manage, improve and sustain their mental health and well-being.
12th December 2015 - 8th January 2016
Preview - None
CHRISTMAS AT THE PEOPLE'S
Our annual Christmas exhibition, with fabulous wig sculpture by Keith Wigham and paintings illustrating our pantomime 'Beauty and the Beast', by children from local primary schools.
19th January - 19th February 2016
Preview: Monday 18th January 6.30 - 8.30 pm
HELEN ELLISON, LEE MILNER AND JACQUELINE PAESANO-WOOD
Faces and Form in Pastels
Jacqueline Paesano Wood, Lee Milner and Helen Ellison are portrait and figurative artists who are inspired by the physical form and portray people of all ages and from all walks of life. Having travelled widely, much of their work depicts a myriad of nationalities, providing them with endless scope in interpreting the light and colour that is reflected in all skin types. Therefore, their work gives a sense of the wide diversity in humans and the human essence and energy that connects us all.
23rd February - 18th March 2016
Preview: Monday 22nd February 6.30 - 8.30 pm
UNDER THE FIELDS OF HEATON
On the morning of 3rd May 1815, 75 men and boys lost their lives in Heaton Main Colliery. Because of the severity of the flooding the final bodies were not recovered until 6th March 1816.
This exhibition of art work and creative writing by local primary schools commemorates the bi-centenary of the disaster.