Exploring our Research

This page links to the CDT academic department and research Centres or Beacons.


BxNU

BxNU

The BxNU Institute is a base for world-class teaching and mentorship in contemporary art practice and research, generated by the dynamic partnership between BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art and Northumbria University.

Department of Arts at Northumbria

Department of Arts at Northumbria

Northumbria’s Arts department offers a stimulating and dynamic learning environment in which to study flexible, student-orientated courses. Staff are globally-renowned, research-active experts in Fine Art, Performance and Visual Cultures.

Northumbria's School of Design

Northumbria's School of Design

Northumbria’s alumni include Apple’s Sir Jonathan Ive, principal designer of the iPad, iPhone and iMac. Our School of Design covers the discipline areas of Industrial Design, Fashion Design and Innovation Design.

Creative and Cultural Practices Beacon

Creative and Cultural Practices Beacon

Real world impact and enrichment of our dynamic, attractive curriculum are central to our Creative and Cultural Practices Beacon. At the heart of our Beacons lies proven success in exploring innovative practice, informed by world-leading and internationally-excellent research


AHRC CDT Annual Conference 2019 – Making as Paradox

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AHRC Conference

Justin Marshall, CDT Director, welcome at the AHRC Conference 2019, Making As Paradox at the Baltic Centre For Contemporary Art.

AHRC Conference

Charles Danby, CDT Co-Director, welcome at the AHRC Conference 2019, Making As Paradox at the Baltic Centre For Contemporary Art.

AHRC Conference

Theo Harper-Davies, CDT candidate, introduction at the AHRC Conference 2019, Making As Paradox at the Baltic Centre For Contemporary Art.

AHRC Conference

Guillaume Ducats and Helen Felcey, presenting at the AHRC Conference 2019, Making As Paradox at the Baltic Centre For Contemporary Art.

AHRC Conference

Dr Andy Clark, Newcastle University, presenting at the AHRC Conference 2019, Making As Paradox at the Baltic Centre For Contemporary Art.

AHRC Conference

Dries Verbruggen, Studio Unfold, presenting at the AHRC Conference 2019, Making As Paradox at the Baltic Centre For Contemporary Art.

AHRC Conference

Professor Tim Ingold, Aberdeen University, presenting at the AHRC Conference 2019, Making As Paradox at the Baltic Centre For Contemporary Art.

AHRC Conference

Andy Lomas, Goldsmiths, University of London, presenting at the AHRC Conference 2019, Making As Paradox at the Baltic Centre For Contemporary Art.

AHRC Conference

Jessie Wiesner, CDT candidate, presenting at the AHRC Conference 2019, Making As Paradox at the Baltic Centre For Contemporary Art.

AHRC Conference

Antony Hall, CDT candidate, presenting at the AHRC Conference 2019, Making As Paradox at the Baltic Centre For Contemporary Art.

AHRC Conference

Panel Discussion at the AHRC Conference 2019, Making As Paradox at the Baltic Centre For Contemporary Art.

AHRC Conference

Panel Discussion at the AHRC Conference 2019, Making As Paradox at the Baltic Centre For Contemporary Art.

AHRC Conference

Audience questions at the AHRC Conference 2019, Making As Paradox at the Baltic Centre For Contemporary Art.

AHRC Conference

Audience questions at the AHRC Conference 2019, Making As Paradox at the Baltic Centre For Contemporary Art.

AHRC Conference

Audience questions at the AHRC Conference 2019, Making As Paradox at the Baltic Centre For Contemporary Art.

Videos from the event

AHRC CDT Annual Conference 2015