Roving Project is a wandering creative proposition, founded in 2008 in rural Ireland by artists Erin Treacy, Chris Attenborough, and Sean Naftel. Its objective is to occupies slack spaces, transforming them into short-term sites of contemporary art. 

Roving Project’s goal is to bring high quality, contemporary art to communities that may not have access otherwise; diffusing some of the fear and/or resentment towards contemporary art practice by creating a venue for conversation and education. Roving Project has held exhibitions in the United States and abroad.

Roving Project has become an open-source curatorial template for young curators, artists, and cultural producers that may not know how to go about building an exhibition or event. (i.e. press release, media contact, website, stable of artists, etc.)