Private View 22/11/19
Continues Until 6/12/19
Performance by Rebecca and Brett
+ Richie Culver in conversation.
5/12/19 7-9 pm
The Bomb Factory Art Foundation’s supporters are essential. Your help allows us to provide opportunities for emerging artists and the local community, as we continue in our mission to make contemporary art accessible to all. In the last year, we have supported the work of numerous artists and curators and produced a lively public programme of free exhibitions and events for local audiences.
Our Patronage scheme allows supporters to get behind the scenes and experience first hand the amazing work that takes place as a result of their support.
For more information on our memberships schemes please contact Pallas Citroen to arrange a meeting: firstname.lastname@example.org
Alternatively, you can make a one-off donation by clicking the button below. We value all support, no matter how small.
The Bomb Factory Art Foundation enables greater access to contemporary art by developing new audiences, especially within the local community. The gallery is positioned as a resource where people are provided with opportunities to experience contemporary art through the agency of our resident artists, not just through our exhibition calendar but through a programme of artist talks, workshops, classes and family days which all aim to promote visitor engagement, understanding and enjoyment of the arts.
The Bomb Factory Art Foundation was founded on the notion that art, artists and creative culture offer significant value in our society. Our mission is to support artists and other cultural institutions, to broaden audiences and to enable all people to actively engage with the viewing and creation of art.
The Bomb Factory enables contemporary visual arts practice to thrive by the provision of affordable studio and exhibition space, as well as providing a supportive network of artists where peer group critique is encouraged. All resident artists support the organisation by contributing their skills and time for the charity, and their engagement with learning and participation further explores the social possibilities for art.
What's on Next Door
"Run by, for and about artists, the Bomb Factory offers affordable artists' studios and high-quality public events: a great addition to its N19 locale and the London art scene as a whole."
- Mark Hudson, Art Critic and Author
"Working with the Bomb Factory has been an exciting opportunity for our students to learn more about how artists work. They have had opportunities to visit studios and exhibitions. Grassroots arts organisations that put production/exhibition and education at the heart of what they do are becoming increasingly rare in London and at the Bridge, we value such partnerships very much."
- Ryan McClelland, Art/Senior Teacher The Bridge School
''It has been an extreme honour to work closely with The Bomb Factory Art Foundation, we’re inspired with the work they’re doing and especially because they’re a female-run organisation. We work closely with young females from underprivileged backgrounds, and it was extremely nice to have the girls in today meeting Pallas, who has been nothing but incredible and super friendly with all the girls and the team. We can’t wait to be back at Bomb Factory very soon"
-Victoria Azubuike, Founder of the Us Programme
This is a great local gallery off of the Holloway Road. The art and event calendar is varied, so check out the website and Instagram for information. Alongside exhibitions of promising young artists, there are art film screenings as well as poetry and music events. It is a great place to visit for young and old alike
- Silvia Harrison, Visitor