Mon – Sun, 10am – 5pm
Northern Gallery for Contemporary Art
Since 2017, the gallery has been based in the National Glass Centre, where it has focused on new work made in photography, film & video, and twenty-first century media. National newspapers once described it as ‘the best small gallery’ in the north-east, but its new home facing onto the north sea has five metre high ceilings that can present every type of artwork at its best.
The gallery has a reputation for identifying new talent locally and internationally, having awarded artists with their first ever public exhibitions from Sean Scully in 1972 through to Marvin Gaye Chetwynd.