For the past five years, BLOCK T has served as a platform for fine artists, creatives individuals and organisations to create, showcase and share their practice. During this time we have worked with and facilitated a host of professional and emerging artists, animators, writers, curators, thinkers, performers, musicians and other creative producers who have made our programme truly innovative, experimental and engaging. The implementation of our multidisciplinary programme lends itself to a dynamic audience, who engage with our organisation on a regular basis. 


Our programme consists of various opportunities for artists and other creative professionals, including Exhibitions, Studio Project Awards, International Exchange and Residencies, and FUEL, a series of events, awards and activities dedicated to emerging artists and recent graduates of the arts and creative industries. 


Although BLOCK T is an independent organisation which receives no public funding overall, we have received funding from The Arts Council, Dublin City Council, and Fingal Arts Council for our work in the Visual Arts programme. 

BLOCK T's diverse, multi-disciplinary programme offers an eclectic abundance of events, exhibitions, talks and screenings which not only challenges and engages both artists and audiences, but has also paved the way for a future model of art spaces in this city"


-Miranda Driscoll, Artistic Director, Sirius Art Centre (previous, Co-Director, The Joinery)



BLOCK T have facilitated, produced and curated hundreds of multidisciplinary and artistic events. We work with both emerging and established, local, national and international collaborators, artists and institutions in the production and curation of our events, exhibitions, projects, performances, talks, screenings, workshops and more. 




Mark Garry, Rhona Byrne, Mary Cremin, Amanda Coogan, Clodagh Emoe, Simon Critchley, Edia Connole, Scott Wilson, Brian Cross, Richard Mosse, Broken Dimanche Press, Alan Butler, Gillian Lawlor, Dominic Thorpe, Aoibheann Greenan, Rachel Gilbourne, Cliona Harmey, Joan Healy, Seamus McCormaclk, Molly O’Dwyer, Kate Tempest, Amy Walsh, Neil Carroll, Lucinda Chua, Michelle Considine, Jane Fogarty, Niall de Buitlear, Ciara Scanlan, Laura Smith, Alan James Burns, Francis Fay, Teresa Gillespie, John Ryan, Joe Hamilton, Eilis McDonald, Nora Ó Murchú, Chris Timms, Lily Cahill, Jim Doyle, Adam Gibney, Mary-Jo-Gilligan, Helen Horgan, Emma Fitzgerald, Aine Stapleton, Caroline Le Méhauté, Rui Mourao,

Susana Anagua...and many more 



The Market Studios/Unit H, Ormond Studios, 033, Chancery Studios, New Art Studios, Visual Arts Centre, The Complex, The Joinery, Brunswick Mill Studios,Flatpack Gallery and Studios, Little Green Street Gallery, Loom Studios, Supafast, Firestation Studios, Roscommon Arts Centre, Catalyst Arts (Belfast), Liliput Stores, The Lifeline Project, Plataforma Revolver (Lisbon), Association Castelo d’If (Lisbon), Chateau de Servieres (Marseille) 




Fringe Festival, Dublin Culture Night, Dublin Contemporary, Innovation Dublin, UM (International Experimental Intermedia Festival), In_Flux Art Fair, Photo Ireland Festival, Electric Picnic, Dublin Flea Market, Project Arts Centre, VISIT Artists’ Studios, Trinity Orchestra, Hollywood Babylon, Bottlenote Festival, Noone Casey, Dun Laoghaire Institute of Art and Design, National College of Art and Design, CultúrLab, Dublin Unit for Speculative Thought, Guinness, Huskies, Offset