4.3.17 | 7pm onwards

5 Year Anniversary Party | R.S.V.P through Eventbrite.

Please join us on 4th March from 7pm to celebrate our 5 Year Anniversary! To mark the event, works by artists from our programme will be exhibited alongside live music and DJs.

Over the last five years, Block 336 has presented 22 exhibitions, 40 events, worked with over 100 artists, commissioned significant new works, produced 5 publications and provided studio space for 12 artists. The organisation has welcomed over 10,000 visitors. Alongside its exhibition programme Block 336 works with a number of charitable organisations including Lambeth & Southwark Mind, Certitude, Creative Future and the South London and Maudsley Hospital, hosting collaborative projects, for their staff and service users.

As a registered charity Block 336 relies on public grants, voluntary support and private donations to fund its programme, consistently prioritising the provision of time, space and support for the artists, curators and organisations that it works with. The production of ambitious, critically rigorous projects with high production values continues to be central to its ethos. To support Block 336 please click here.

This event is free but R.S.V.P is essential.

We hope you can join us and look forward to celebrating with you!

 

LAMBETH & SOUTHWARK MIND ANNUAL LECTURE 25.2.17

On 25th February 2017, Block 336 will host Lambeth &  Southwark Mind’s 2nd Annual Lecture with author, translator and psychoanalyst Dorothée Bonnigal-Katz.

Last year’s sell-out lectures were by Psychoanalyst and writer Darian Leader on ‘Working with Psychosis’, and Psychoanalyst Anouchka Grose in conversation with Ajay Khandelwal about her life and practice.

This year, Dorothée Bonnigal-Katz, author, translator, psychoanalyst and the founder of the Psychosis Therapy Project will reflect on the last four years of establishing this ground-breaking project and on why it is of special value today. Initially based in Islington, the project is now expanding to South London in the hope of becoming a London-wide service.

For more information and tickets, please click here

The Unspeakable Freedom Device - available to watch in full

The Unspeakable Freedom Device – full film available to watch online

The Unspeakable Freedom Device by Jennet Thomas, originally commissioned by the Grundy Art Gallery and exhibited at Block 336 in her solo show Unspeakable Freedom >> Tastes Like Chicken is now available to watch in full online. Please click here to see the film

HIRE

Spaces at Block 336 are available to hire. Please note however that spaces will not be hired for exhibition purposes. If you are interested, please email info@block336.com with desired dates, a description of the purpose of the hire, how many people would be on site and any other information you feel may be necessary.