Balman Gallery Artists Selling Exhibition

04 Feb - 20 Jun 14

The Balman Gallery returns to Discovery Museum for a long-term residency in our temporary exhibition space.

Drawing inspiration from the Toon Times exhibition, a number of exciting and varying exhibits will be on display, all of which are available for visitors to buy.

Renowned artists showing include Derek Jones, Alan Reed, Gavin Penn, Peter Goodfellow and Leigh Lambert.

Entry is free, prints and paintings can be taken home immediately after purchase.

For further details about the artists currently showing in the Balman Gallery, Corbridge, visit: www.balmangallery.com

Featured work: Jackie Milburn by Derek Jones

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The first of our #Decoded1914 films we've produced following the Decoded programme we ran in February is ready.

Let us know what you think. #Worlife1915


3:08pm 23 Apr 2015

It's not only #StGeorgesDay today, but also William Shakespeare's birthday and the anniversary of his death.

We've found this little delight in our collection to share. #Willpower

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Sing and Dance for King and Country - Rachael Hales (part of Decoded 1914 - 18)

Sing and Dance for King and Country is an audio-visual installation exploring the experiences of the people of Tyneside during the First World War, through the lens of local folk traditions and practices. Decoded 1914-18 was a two-week programme of audiovisual installations and events that explored the First World War and its effect on those living in Tyne & Wear. www.decoded1914.org.uk

War Workings / Sound Mirrors - Tim Shaw & John Bowers

Inspired by artefacts from Tyne & Wear Archives & Museums, Tim Shaw and John Bowers created a sound installation on site at Discovery Museum in Newcastle over a two-day period. The duo invited the public to join them in making, listening and re-inventing technology from the First World War. Decoded 1914-18 was a two-week programme of audiovisual installations and events that explored the First World War and its effect on those living in Tyne & Wear. www.decoded1914.org.uk

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