RoaR Art Gallery and Archive

Gallery and archive dedicated to the work of marginalised, disabled or self taught artists (often known as outsider artists). There are few other public galleries that exhibit outsider art in England and so RoaR is amongst the first of its kind to promote awareness of this unique and inspiring artform. RoaR (formerly known as St. Brannocks Gallery) was established in Mundesley, Norfolk in 1996 as a non-profit making organisation to promote artwork made by people with learning disabilities from the Barrington Farm Community, Walcott, Norfolk. In February 2004 the organisation was renamed and became a registered charity. On June 11th 2004, RoaR opened its new gallery and archive space at Redwell Street in the centre of Norwich.

Venue Type:


Opening hours

Open Wednesday to Saturday 11am-5pm

Additional info

Access: Two steps up to main entrance. Ground floor gallery with level wooden floors. Ramped access through side entrance. Sorry no toilet facilities.

RoaR Art Gallery and Archive
9-10 Redwell Street




01603 766220

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