Culture house and artist collective
Ifö Center is a free culture house initiated by artists in an old ceramic factory by a beautiful lake in the small village of Bromölla in southern Sweden. The factory area has been totally closed to outsiders for decades, but select parts can now be visited through the centre’s guided tours. The centre also offers studio space for artists, residencies and various workshops, as well as guided tours, art exhibitions, etc.
The outdoor gallery includes artwork by international street artists and Europe’s largest stoneware fountain ‘Scanisaurus’ – depicting two live-sized ceramic dinosaurs.
What makes the organisation unique?
The centre is located in a factory that is still active.
Multifunction Hall, Art Gallery, Conference Room, Meeting Room, Workshop room, Artists Studio, Rehearsal or Practice Room, Music Recording Studio, Cinema, Artistic Residency Accommodation, Hostel, Co-working Space, Maker Space, Arts / Creative / Business / Social Incubator, Community Areas, Show Room, Multi-purpose Space, Garden
Research, Production, Exhibition and Programming, Archiving and Conservation, Financing and grant making
Circus, Dance, Visual Arts, Crafts, Design, Art residencies, Community and Relational Arts, Democratic and civil society development, Entrepreneurship