BALTIC Archive chronicles BALTIC's history through physical items and digital documentation.
Online and open by appointment
BALTIC Archive contains a wide range of material related to BALTIC's history, charting the building’s original use between 1950-1980 as part of the Rank Hovis flour mills complex, through to the design and conversion process of the 1990s to transform the disused silo building into a contemporary art gallery which opened in 2002.
BALTIC Archive chronicles BALTIC's history through physical items and digital documentation. From the pre-opening newsletter publications, floor plans and architectural information, press cuttings and printed materials, exhibition images and interpretation guides to video and audio recordings of critically engaged discussions, interviews with artists and documentation of live events and performances.
Visit BALTIC+ to search and browse the digital archive, where a vast amount of this material can be accessed online.
BALTIC Archive is available to visit in person by appointment on Thursdays and Fridays. To book an appointment, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.