Exhibitions in The Breakwater Café

We invite artists and photographers to exhibit with us in the Breakwater Café on a calendar monthly basis. If you would like to take advantage of this opportunity please get in touch.

IMPORTANT NOTICE FOR SCHOOLS

We have created two additional display spaces in the Breakwater Café where we hope to provide the opportunity for schoolchildren to display their artwork.

Suitable work might be that undertaken on visits to the Centre but any interesting work will be acceptable.

We will provide A4 or A3 frames for mounting the work and we will advertise it at the Centre, on our website and on Facebook.

Work that does not fit into A4 or A3 frames may still be accommodated by arrangement with the Centre.

All you have to do is provide the work ready for mounting and a short description of your school and the work undertaken.

Please contact PS@nmcentre.org.uk (or telephone 01670 811951) if you wish to take advantage of this offer.

We would hope that work would stay on display for at least a month.


 
 
 
 

Work by children from Grace Darling Campus, Newbiggin.


Exhibitions in the Latimer Room

The Latimer Room is sometimes closed for functions but open to the public when no function is in progress. Check 01670 811951 before visiting

 
 
 

Previous Exhibitions in the Latimer Room

 

The Hidden Gallery

is in the Courtyard

Sea, Rocks and Mary Joicey

 

Jonathan Livingston Seagull is Alive & Well and has Returned to Newbiggin Maritime Centre

 

Marine Panels by pupils of Windsor First School 2007

 Every pupil in the school (and some teachers) contributed to the production of these two panels which were originally exhibited on the outside wall of Windsor First School.  They were retrieved from the school when it was demolished to make way for housing. The Maritime Centre is pleased to be able to display them once again.