43 young people from across Teesside are celebrating after successfully achieving their Bronze Arts Awards, through participating in creative projects run by Tees Valley Arts. Some of these young people have found themselves in difficult circumstances in life, but all have enjoyed taking part in the projects, and all can be very proud of what […] READ MORE
TVA is delighted to announce that we will shortly be delivering another cohort of the stART project – our praise-winning creative intervention with young people who haven’t yet found their pathway in life. We will be working with young people in Stockton, in partnership with Stockton Integrated Youth Support Service and the Synergy Consortium, and […] READ MORE
Tees Valley Arts have been awarded some funding through the Synergy consortium to run the stART project for young people who are Not in Education, Employment or Training, in Stockton. Brief stART is an intervention designed by TVA, which has received national attention (Children and Young People Now journal, Arts Award nationally). Its aim is […] READ MORE
A pioneering arts project has set up shop in the former “Officer’s Club” premises in Wellington Square, Stockton on Tees for eight weeks. The stART project is a programme of creative activity for disaffected and disengaged young people, designed, managed and delivered by Tees Valley Arts in partnership with Stockton Integrated Youth Support Service. Nine […] READ MORE
stART is an 8 week creative project 3 days a week (Tue, Wed, Thur), 10am – 2.30pm (with lunch break) Venue Creative Space (vacant shop unit) Wellington Square, Stockton Small group of 10 young people Working with Nicola Parkin and John Greenan Tees Valley Arts are working in partnership with Visit Tees Valley and Middlesbrough […] READ MORE
Tees Valley Arts stART project is featured in the latest December – January issue of Children & Young People Now.