British Culture Archive is a non-profit educational resource set up to document, highlight and preserve British culture and lifestyle through social and documentary photography.
Set up in 2017 our mission is to educate, inspire and engage future generations by curating online galleries, blogs, events and exhibitions.
We work with many established and upcoming photographers to highlight photography and subjects including – the 1960’s mod scene, northern soul and punk – through to Thatcher’s Britain, social housing, industrial decline, regeneration, acid house, protests and more.
The resource has rapidly grown into a large archive and platform over the last couple of years. This has helped to showcase and engage British photography with new audiences and younger generations across the world.
WHY WE NEED SUPPORT
As a non-profit resource we are run on a voluntary basis, we have so far completely financed everything out of our own pocket. We want to keep our resource freely accessible and advertisement free. It has come to the point that it is difficult to maintain and grow effectively without any funding or public support.
If you appreciate the work we do you can show your support by making a one off donation below.
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