The communities of studio holders that make up CADS are unique, creative and diverse. The range of creative activities & businesses that our studios play host to amazes us each and every day and we are proud to provide the building blocks that creatives and start ups need.
AALFY Ltd is a non profit organisation that has an array of courses and training that they offer to disadvantaged people to help them learn new skills and develop their knowledge.
Check out their website here
Claire Lee (Clee)
Within her art, Clee explores such issues as containment, communication, contradiction, identity & transcience. She works in different media, carving into stone & wood and sculpting clay.
Click iD is an experienced product design company. They bring CAD design, 3D printing, prototyping, product visulations and a lot more to the table.
Check out Click ID's Twitter account here.
Chris is an experienced guitarist of more than 20 years and has studied such diverse styles as blues, classical, country, folk and rock – making for a very broad base of musical knowledge from which he can help any number of different clients.
DJ and music producer Dr Cryptic is one of our Smithfield residents and owner of Chip Butty Records.
Music available to download/buy.
Take a look at Dr Cryptic's Facebook page for more info.
This is the home of paintings & small sculptures by Elizabeth Crossley and Paul Sewell. Elizabeth's work is inspired by sheep of many colours in varied settings...hence the name fleecy sunshine & Paul's work has a sense of history about it.
Foodhall is Sheffield’s ‘Pay as You Feel’ dining room and free cycling food network ran by students & grads promoting wider community engagement through food!
For more info about what they do check out their website:
A creative multi-disciplinary design practice specialising in the production of leading edge high quality bespoke contemporary furniture and complimentary interiors.
The Holt Café
The Holt serves high quality coffees and teas alongside a range of freshly made sandwiches, soups, salads and cakes to eat in or take away!
A co-operative consisting of a group of professionals bringing innovative forms of entertainment to the public. They provide performances, workshops and equipment for events,
parties, festivals, openings, galas, shows, and spectaculars.
Two producers from the steel city, LNG and iRteej, blending their musical tastes together at around 130-140bp, and the odd random
bits of bassy oddness..
Make Noise Studios
Make Noise Studios is a brand new independent production company based in Sheffield, England. No matter what your project involves, get in touch for a quote. Everything audio, everything video, we've got you covered.
Martin's an artist painting in oils and acrylics. His recent work includes portraits of musicians (Elin Almered of The Radio Dept, pictured left & Ken Boothe) and abstract explorations of film imagery.
You can find Martin's Facebook page here.
Rob is a graphic artist specialising in Perspective Anamorphosis and large scale Murals. His technical style is bold, precise and colourful. You can see some of his artwork along CADS courtyard and walls.
Stageosity offer professional lighting hire and production services in Sheffield. They offer an array of different services such as Theatrical Lighting, Events Lighting and Architechtural & Outdoor space lighting.
Steel City Rhythm
Formed in the summer of 2013 by several veterans of the Sheffield music scene, Steel City Rhythm are a 7 piece outfit playing their own unique blend of up-tempo, politically conscious Reggae music. Mixing in heavy Dub breaks, Hip-Hop Beats, blazing brass lines, Funk grooves and soaring vocals, Steel City Rhythm’s infectious sound is built around getting people on their feet and moving!
Check out their Facebook page for more.
TuffCycle is a Social Enterprise which aims to engage homeless individuals in Sheffield in a joinery and personal development programme, which supports them in taking steps towards making sustainable, positive changes in their lives and improve their confidence, skills and well being.
For more info on what they do, Check out the link below:
Webarchitects have been developing, maintaining and hosting servers and websites, coding and customising content management systems and other FLOSS web applications running on GNU/Linux servers since 1998. In July 2011 they re-established themselves as Webarch Co-operative Limited in order to formalise their co-operative ethics and working practices.