This page shows the alumni of the Tees Valley Arts organisation in the year 2006 and the years that they had served here.
This page shows the alumni of the Tees Valley Arts organisation in the year 2007 and the years that they had served here.
This page shows the alumni of the Tees Valley Arts organisation in the year 2008 and the years that they had served here.
This page shows the alumni of the Tees Valley Arts organisation in the year 2010 and the years that they had served here.
This page contains a video and that video is titled "Creative Bloom".
The Parachute Projects aimed to support, develop and celebrate the creativity of young asylum seekers, refugees and their families.
stART is an 8 week creative project
3 days a week (Tue, Wed, Thur), 10am – 2.30pm (with lunch break)
- 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 Connexions on the stART project. The stART Project is part of the Cultural Volunteering Programme supported by One North East.
The stART Project works with young people aged 17 to 19 categorised as Not in Education, Employment or Training, and delivers a package of creative activities and learning. stART takes place in TVA’s art room, equipped and furnished with funds from the LSC, the Northern Rock Foundation, and the Cultural Volunteering Project.
Workshops take place with professional artists and involve fun and accessible art based exercises that develop individual creative skills building confidence and self-esteem. Other activities include games and exercises that use an informal approach to encourage positive engagement and reflective thinking, whilst developing pre-employment skills such as teamwork, leadership and communication skills.
All the young people will work as individuals and teams to achieve the Bronze Arts Award.
Arts Award Qualification (Tuesday and Thursday)
- Daily diary – writing up sessions – photography – audio and visual
- Trip to Newcastle
- Arts Hero Project
- Sharing Skills
NVQ Level 1 Qualification
£3 per day
£20 highstreet voucher upon completion of project
Young People working with Barnardo’s and Tees Valley Arts will be celebrating achieving their Bronze Arts Awards at a special exhibition of their work at Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art on Thursday 1st December 2011. Family, friends and invited guests will be able to see the excellent artwork the group have created, as well as seeing them receive their Arts Award certificates.
Since August the young people have been working with artists Nicola Parkin, Shirley Wells, Laura Degnan and Michael Sogbetun to design and create their own visual artwork, creative writing and a dance film, building portfolios for the Bronze Arts Award, which is a Level 1 qualification. Across the weeks, they used and developed skills in a wide-range of arts techniques, such as silk painting, freestyle stitching, concrete poems, haiku and dance movements.
The project is a partnership between Tees Valley Arts and Barnardo’s, and is funded by Comic Relief.
Tees Valley Arts Education Officer, Jane Gray said: “The young people have achieved a great deal throughout this project – not just great artwork, but confidence and self-esteem, teamwork, leadership, communication skills and personal development. We’re all extremely proud of their achievements and it will be fantastic to see their work exhibited within a professional arts venue.”
Articulate was a programme which aimed to develop cutting edge arts projects inspired by, involving and relating to disabled people.