Space

History

Jam Factory Art Center is located in the industrial site of neo-Gothic style with a rich history, from Joseph Kronik’s alcohol producing factory (since the second half of the 19th century) to the workshop for processing vegetables and fruits…

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Architecture

The space of the Jam Factory Art Center has been shaped by a history of more than 150 years. The main building survived two World Wars, half a dozen regime changes and various owners and purposes. Respect for this legacy is one of the leading principles which have guided the architectural approach to the project.

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Artifacts

The history of the building, which we now call the Jam Factory, can be traced back to 1872, when an enterprise for the spirits production was opened on the premises. Since then, further transformations of the building begin, which are directly associated with the entire dynasty of the Jewish family of Kroniks, owners of the distillery…

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AIR Space

We continue the fine tradition of developing interdisciplinary spaces launched by Infopoint back in 2018. Air Space is a comfortable platform for professional art practices as well as interaction and co-creation with local dwellers… 

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