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Salon 18 | Artist Talk & Materials Workshop by Florence Mytum

Wednesday 1st August

6 – 8pm

Florence Mytum was born in York in 1993 and now lives and works in London. She has just completed her MA at the Slade School of Fine Art, and recent exhibitions include the Slade Graduate Degree Show, Picnic at Subsidiary projects and 31 Celsius at ASC Gallery. Last year she undertook a residency with TFAC at the Griffin Gallery, and has an upcoming residency at the Slade Summer School.

In this session, the artist will give an overview of her practice and recent work. There will be an interactive workshop where she shares her tactile manipulation of materials and demonstrates some of her processes. 

Free, limited capacity, event registration essential: Eventbrite

As part of Bloc’s Artist Development Programme, there are a small number of free one-to-one artists crits/feedback sessions available with Florence Mytum, ahead of her talk on Wednesday 1st August.

If you think a one-to-one crit/feedback session with Florence would be useful to you at this time, please send just a couple of lines detailing why the opportunity is relevant to your current practice to 

Please note that with respect to our current funding commitments, portfolio crits as part of Bloc’s Artist Development Programme are only available to artists and creatives living or working in Sheffield.

Bloc Projects is proud to maintain a public programme that is free for everyone. However, visitors are encouraged to consider bringing along an item to donate to the local Foodbank. For the Spring/Summer season of our public programme we will proudly be collecting basic toiletries and food (packets, tinned or dried) for The S2 Foodbank. For a full list of suggested/much needed items please see:

Salon 18 forms part of Making Ways, a new programme supported by Sheffield Culture Consortium through Arts Council England to showcase, celebrate and develop the exceptional contemporary visual art produced in the city.

Bloc Projects’ actively encourages critical as well as creative engagement with our evolving Public Programme. For all programming enquiries, contact our Public Programmes Curator Kerry Campbell :