36 Lime Street

The oldest and largest studio group in the North East. 36 Lime Street studios are situated in the heart of Newcastle’s Ouseburn Valley to the east of the city centre. Formerly a flax mill, the building is now home to over 50 artists, makers and designers across five floors.

36 Lime Street, Newcastle, NE1 2PQ
Limited wheelchair access - only the street level gallery is wheelchair accessible.

0191 261 5666

http://www.36limestreet.co.uk

1. Event at 36 Lime Street

19th May 20th May

Roam our extraordinary warehouse designed by John Dobson and visit our studio holders in their natural habitat to see and buy their new pieces and partake in a range of activities.

Theresa Easton will be doing screen print demonstrations on Friday night and Steve Luck will be performing piano pieces in total darkness in his studio hourly throughout the event.

The ground floor gallery space will host Spectrum, a specially curated group exhibition on the theme of colour. It focuses on the diverse ways that our studio holders think about and work with colour in their practice.

In addition, students from the Passion for Glass course will be showing their work in Sue Woolhouse’s studio.

Steve Luck piano performances at 7, 8, 9 and 10pm

36 Lime Street 36 Lime Street, Newcastle, NE1 2PQ Limited wheelchair access - only the street level gallery is wheelchair accessible.

Maintained by Harry Bailey