The Late Shows

EVENT | 17th May 2024 | 6:30pm - 10:30pm | FREE ENTRY

Event times:
Friday 17th May, 6:30pm – 10:30pm

We have a number of studios opening for the Friday evening, showcasing paintings, glass, ceramics, architecture and furniture. Also on show in the gallery is ‘Just Building Bridges’, a new photography exhibition by Newcastle-based Sanctuary Seekers.

Studio demonstrations include a drop-in zine workshop with Theresa Easton (handmade magazines), piano recitals from Steve Luck, lithography demos at Hole Editions with Lee Turner (all on Level 2) and several more studios open to the public throughout the building. View, absorb, listen, buy or commission.

36 Lime Street Participants Include:
Jayamini De Silva, Michael Armstrong | AFID Design, Jack Mutton | Topo Architects, Theresa Easton, Peter Flynn, Steve Luck, Lee Turner | Hole Editions, Louise Bradley, Sue Woolhouse.

‘Just Building Bridges’ presents a collection of photographs exploring themes around building bridges to justice including social justice and climate justice. Local issues of waste, litter and noise; bigger economic issues such as the fast fashion industry; and some very topical issues of global significance such as the conflicts in the Ukraine will be presented in photography and a zine. ‘Just Building Bridges’ is the result of a series of workshops facilitated by Theresa Easton, 36 Lime Street resident and lecturer in Fine Art at Newcastle University; Carl Joyce, photographer and Filmmaker and Michael Quille, writer and editor from the Culture Matters co-operative.

Exhibitors: Viktoria Simanovski, Yan Tam, Vivy Huang, Emmanuel Fernandes, Ana Maria Fernandes, Larysa Ruzaieva, Fiona Cheng, Isaac Ma, Jeannie Chan.


Accessibility: Our gallery is accessible from street level at our main entrance. Level 1 can be accessed via the slipway, providing cobbled but step free access. Please note that all other floors, including toilets, can only be accessed by stairs.

36 Lime Street is working towards making our building fully accessible. In the meantime, accessible toilets are available at the Cluny next door.