Flux

Transforming local people's involvement in leading and shaping cultural provision.
Children from a Rotherham primary school listening to the story of the Delorean and why Flux Capacitor is so important
Children from a Rotherham primary school listening to the story of the Delorean and why Flux Capacitor is so important
Photo: Emma Sharp at REMA

Where: Rotherham

With: Voluntary Action Rotherham, Grimm & Co, Wentworth Woodhouse Preservation Trust, Rotherham Open Arts Renaissance, Rotherham Borough Council 

Rotherham has a £2 million grant to deliver Creative People and Places through a project called 'Flux'. This is an action-research programme designed to deliver lasting impact on Rotherham communities' participation in arts and culture, testing a new delivery model, bringing change, and contributing to the CPP network and wider sectors learning. The programme will transform local people's involvement in leading and shaping relevant cultural provision. It will also prepare and position Rotherham to deliver the unique Children's Capital of Culture in 2025 as a critical milestone in realising the ambitions set out in our Cultural Strategy and 10-year vision for arts and culture.

Flux is a new Creative People and Places project, funded from November 2019.