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September 7, 2018

Open House 22+23 September 2018

We’re excited to be part of Open House London 2018 - the world’s largest architecture festival, giving free public access to 800+ buildings, walks, talks and tours over the weekend of 22nd + 23rd September.

We will be opening our doors to visitors, revealing progress on our new workshop space and welcoming back Rachael Nee who created her exhibition Women At Work: Then And Now - Enfield Making History during her residency at BloQs.

Please click here for more details and please invite friends and loved ones along for our Open House.

Special Events

Walk: Meet the Makers of Meridian Works - 1PM Saturday 22nd September

Building BloQs is embarking on an exciting new venture. In partnership with the Greater London Authority and Enfield Council, we are working on plans to open new workshop facilities. Under the banner of Meridian Works, Enfield Council is exploring to create a creative and manufacturing district, bringing together small businesses, start-ups and freelancers who can then grow and evolve within the Meridian Water Regeneration scheme.

The new workshop space at Meridian Works aims to offer a greater and more diverse range of professional standard space and equipment to support the careers of more of London's freelance makers, small businesses and designers.

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Talk: Meet the Artist - 1PM Sunday 23rd September

Meet artist Rachael Nee and hear about her work - Women at Work: Then and Now, Enfield Making History

Women at Work: Then and Now, Enfield Making History, is a Heritage Lottery Funded project. It is delivered by ACAVA, an educational arts charity and Building BloQs open access workshops with Rachael Nee as artist-in-residence. The project is researching women’s work in industry from conscription in 1916 to the present and reflecting on this for the future.

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