ST-ART was set up in 2004, and received registered charity status in 2007. Its aim is to provide quality arts and crafts activities for young people living in the Humber region. ST-ART works with many partners locally in Barton upon Humber, and regionally in North Lincolnshire and East Yorkshire.
ST-ART works with a number of professional artists to deliver quality arts and craft activities to young people. All tutors have enhanced DBS checks, their own public liability insurance, and are experience in working with young people.
Activities are designed, developed and co-ordinated by Education Officer Janine Knight. To make a booking, or for further information about the ST-ART programme including our latest Annual Report, please telephone 01652 660380 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
What we do
ST-ART offers a range of creative art activities for young people, taking place during school holidays and after school. The activities are usually aimed at young people aged 5-13, but the weekly Art Club is open to young people up to 19 years.
Activities usually last for two hours, but occasionally last for a full day or longer. Prices start at £1.50 per young person per session, depending on the type and length of activity.
Additional family activities are offered on occasion during the school holidays – each programme specifies age ranges, and which ages must be accompanied by an adult.
The objectives of ST-ART are:
- to benefit young people from birth to 19 years old in the Humber region
- to provide or assist in the provision of facilities for education, recreation or other leisure time
- occupation in the interests of social welfare, with the object of improving the conditions of life for the beneficiaries without distinction of sex or of political, religious or other opinions