ROAR Consortium

Rotherham Culture Company is a member of Rotherham Open Arts Renaissance, it’s main aim is to work towards establishing a ‘strong, healthy and vibrant artistic community in and for Rotherham’.

The ROAR Consortium is a separate entity, comprised of ROAR Members. The Artists and Arts Organisations currently in the ROAR Consortium work in partnership to procure, co ordinate and delivery high quality Arts Projects commissioned by LEA and large funding organisations.

RCC manages the ROAR Consortium. Under RCCs management the ROAR Consortium secured it’s largest commission to date, worth over £400,000 to bring high quality, free ‘positive activities’ to young people in Sheffield.

For more information about the ROAR Consortium please contact Claire on 07872038096.


For the past 4 years the ROAR Consortium has been delivering FREE high quality arts activities to young people aged 8 – 13 years in Sheffield as part of PAYP.

Rotherham Culture Company Project Manages this commission to deliver out of hours ‘positive activity’ city wide.

The impact of this project has been phenomenal.

For more information on Kids Can Do contact Claire on 07872 038 096

St. Anns

RMBC community arts commissioned RCC to work in partnership with other local arts organisations to consult with the public on the design of a piece of public art work in the under pass of St Anns roundabout. To develop a design and to negociate with the artists/fabricators who were going to implement the designs. These designs have been a colourful addition to the Rotherham landscape since 2009.


RMBC community arts office commissioned RCC to support the design of a piece of public art as a gateway to Brampton Bierlow. RCC coordinated public consultation and supported community workshops with young people and adults where artists explored and were guidied by the local community in the design of this art work. This art work still stands in Brampton today!

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Rotherham Festival 2011

Demo image ROAF 2011 coming this November!

This years festival will see events in the following genres: Dance, Music, Theatre, Art (Line up to be confirmed). We continue to engage our community, particularly young people in a multitude of art and dance workshops.

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