Current Resident Artists


In 2017 collective practice They Are Here were commissioned to transform the former car park behind The White House into a community garden. This year they have been working with local participants interested in gardening, permaculture and construction ready for the garden’s opening in spring 2019.

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Dutch artist Wouter Osterholt’s work often re-contextualises existing material such as buildings, monuments, sculptures, rituals or archival material to manifest fault lines and breaking points in our political landscape, where social injustice, conflicts or problems come to light.


In April 2019 Katie Schwab and her father Ed Emery will begin a period of research at The White House. The residency will mark the first collaborative project between artist, Katie Schwab and her father Ed Emery, a writer, political activist and researcher who has been documenting labour struggles in the motor industry since the early 1970s.

Previous residents