Jam Factory Art Center

Title

Jam Factory Art Center

Description

The prime function of the building was a distillery. The enterprise was named after its founder “Kronik and Son” (1872). During the Soviet period, the complex was turned into a factory producing jam and jarred goods. In 2015 the building was purchased by The Harald Binder Cultural Enterprises with the aim of creating a multidisciplinary art center. The future Art Center will be a platform for international professional collaboration, and the production of contemporary art and culture, for innovative and interdisciplinary programs, and for creative enterprises and education.

Subject

Cultural

Creator

Student

Date

1872

Identifier

http://hbce.com.ua/jam-factory/

Original Format

Food processing factory, a distillery

Local URL

http://hbce.com.ua/jam-factory/

Location

Lviv

Occupation

The Jam Factory combines various sectors – contemporary art, theatre, music, film and studio-based workshops, where each finds their own space and together creates an ensemble not yet seen in Lviv or in the region.

Alternative Title

Jam Factory

Address

Bohdana Khmel'nyts'koho St, 124, м, L'viv, L'vivs'ka oblast, Ukraine, 79000

Citation

Volodymyr Kulikov, “Jam Factory Art Center,” Heritage Reuse – Old Buildings with New Life, accessed September 20, 2020, http://crowdsourcingheritage.net/items/show/87.

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