Studio residency at Block 336

Website: https://block336.com/events/studio-residency/

Block 336 is launching a new studio residency providing an artist with a free studio space on site at Block 336 for 3 months. Applications are invited from artists currently living in the boroughs of Lewisham, Southwark, Lambeth or Wandsworth. The studio sits between the main gallery and entrance gallery and will be shared with an artist that is an existing tenant. The total studio space is 26 sq meters with the resident offered one half of this. Following the end of the 3-month residency period, Block 336 will host a public-facing open-studio where the artist can present the work they’ve made. When applying Block 336 would like to know why this opportunity would be beneficial for you and what you would like to achieve during the residency. This opportunity is open to any working, professional artist over 18 years old, with a deep commitment to their practice

2+

Expires: November 15, 2019


Similar Opportunities

9th April 2020

DIY 2020

DIY supports professional development projects BY artists FOR artists, LADA invites artist proposals to lead DIY workshops as part of DIY 2020, with selected projects to take place between June and No… Continue Reading DIY 2020

14th April 2020

Film and Video Umbrella – Curatorial Practice Award

Returning for 2020, the Curatorial Practice Award is an open call for people looking to develop their practical curatorial and commissioning skills via a year-long placement at Film and Video Umbrella… Continue Reading Film and Video Umbrella – Curatorial Practice Award

19th April 2020

Deptford X Supported

Supported is intended to widen access to participation in the festival by providing funding, production and curatorial support to successful applicants. Deptford X are committed to the aim of celebrat… Continue Reading Deptford X Supported


Related articles / resources


Featured project

WFH Residency

The WFH Residency is a £1000 award to support artists during the covid-19 / coronavirus pandemic. This slideshow requires JavaScript. Artists are starting to report a collapse in work and higher level… Continue Reading WFH Residency

Read more


Comments