Tees Valley Arts co-produces projects with a wide range of partners across Teesside and we’re always interested in exploring new ways we can work together with artists and communities.

Great Place Tees Valley

Great Place Tees Valley is a Great Place Scheme – funded by the National Lottery Heritage Fund and Arts Council England, working with Historic England – run by the Tees Valley Combined Authority on behalf of the communities of the Tees Valley.

What We’re Doing

Steel Gala Reimagined

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Heritage on Track

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Middlesbrough Mohammed

Real Tees Valley

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Find out more about our Great Place Tees Valley Programme

Borderlands – Creative People and Places

Borderlands is a major programme of creative growth, focused on the wards of North Ormesby, Brambles and Thorntree in Middlesbrough, and Southbank and Grangetown in Redcar and Cleveland.

The project will focus on significantly increasing the number of local people taking part in cultural activity as well as embedding culture as a part of Tees Valley’s approach to health, wellbeing, education and employability.

Find out more about Borderlands here.

Past Projects

Tees Valley Arts have been working across Teesside since 1982 and have facilitated, co-produced and participated in hundreds, if not thousands of projects over the years.

Since 2014 we’ve been working hard to ensure that all our projects are documented on this site and we’ve put together an A-Z list of past projects for you to explore.

Let us know about a past project

If you have information about a project that we were involved – particularly if it’s not shown in the A-Z list – then we’d be really interested in finding out more. Tell us about your experience below:

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