Residence, the London artwork initiative championing BIPOC artists, launches attraction to save lots of the house

by Editors Staff

Residence, the Black-owned, accessible artwork house championing BIPOC creatives, has launched an pressing attraction for monetary assist. 

The multi-functional, self-funded artwork house in north London opened in 2020, and was a silver lining for town’s artwork scene following a yr of turbulence and uncertainty. 

Based by photographer, director and curator, Ronan McKenzie, Residence was conceived out of necessity for a ‘actually accessible artwork house’, that responds on to the wants of its group. By a wide-ranging programme of exhibitions and occasions and a ‘new infrastructure for creativity’, the house presents a bodily platform to champion BAME artists and audiences.

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