16 — 17 Sept 2023
Craft, Art / Collectibles
Free, no ticket required
West London Art Factory started life as a screenprinting workshop with a small selection of private studios. In 2017 we relocated to Park Royal to a bigger premises. Set across 6000sq ft of space are 24 studios which is now home to a vibrant creative community of artists, designers, music producers, makers and creators
Having launched in 2010 at the old Perfume Factory in North Acton, West London Art Factory started life as a screenprinting studio, workshop space and small selection of private studios for artists but has since evolved into much more. Born out of a love for art, it is run by husband and wife team James and Jewel Goodby. James operates as overall business manager and Jewel as creative director. Jewel is also a digital artist, designer and gallerist. In 2017 we relocated to Park Royal to a bigger more suitable premises. Housed across 6000sq ft of space are 24 studio spaces to suit a variety of creative talents including 4 music production studios. It is now a vibrant creative community of fine artists, music producers, makers and creators. With plans to add further studios later this year are community continues to flourish. Our studios vary in terms of size and style to suit a variety of creative needs. We have a spacious internal air conditioned communal space where our residents can come together and relax, share ideas and collaborate. We also have a large outdoor garden for use as a workspace or just relaxing. It's also a great space for the summer BBQ when we encourage residents to come together and take a break from their busy schedules. As such their is a strong community spirit at WLAF, with a number of long term residents all of whom contribute something different within the dynamic range of talents. From painters, printers, sculptors, photographers, graphic designers, architectural model makers, furniture makers, stained glass artists, tattoo artists, music producers we have it all. The premises also benefits from 24/7 access and is very accessible by road and public transport as it's only a 2 min walk from Park Royal tube station and just off the Westway (A40). Ample car parking also available.