Welcome to ST-ART

ST-ART offers a range of art activities for young people taking place during school holidays and after school. Aiming to develop creativity and channel young imaginations. ST-ART works with young people up to 16 years but primarily within the eight to 13 years age range.

 Activities and Workshops

Activities in the past have included t-shirt printing, making coil pots and bird feeders, building a mini barnyard and growing a giant beanstalk not to mention acting skills in sword fighting as part of a pirate week of activities, starring in a zombie film and much more!

Workshops start from £1 for a 2-hour craft session up to about £20 for a week of drama workshops  However the current programme should be checked for available activities. This can be found on the Activities page.

The sessions take place in various locations across North Lincolnshire usually in village halls and community centres.

Evening clubs

Tuesday night 8 – 12 yrs 7 – 8:30pm

Wednesday night 12 – 19 yrs 6:30 – 8:30pm

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Summer Arts Award project

Mon 1st – Fri 5th August 10 – 3pm £50 per child

Discover, for young people aged 6 – 8 yrs

Mon 15th – Fri 19th August 10 – 3pm £60 per child

Explore, for young people aged 9 – 11 yrs

Join our trained Arts Award Advisor and specialist artists in this week of creative activity with an environmental theme.  Collect materials during excursions to the nature reserve to create artworks and homes for wild life, conduct weather experiments and see what you can make from everyday items.  Find out about The Ropewalk as an organisation and record all your work in a portfolio to receive your Arts Award certificate from Trinity College London in association with Arts Council England.

Children must attend for the full week and bring a packed lunch with them.

Booking essential 01652 660380

janine@the-ropewalk.co.uk for further details

Arts Award inspires young people to grow their arts and leadership talents.  It’s creative, valuable and accessible.

Arts Award can be achieved at five levels, four qualifications and an introductory award.  Anyone up to the age of 25 can take part in an Arts Award.

Arts Award Discover is an introductory award.  To achieve Discover, children and young people discover the arts around them find out about artists and their work and share their experiences with others, gaining a certificate at the end.

Arts Award Explore is an Entry Level 3 qualification on the Qualifications and Credit Framework (QCF).  Young people collect their arts experiences in an arts log as they go along, recording what they find and enjoy.

If you are aged 14 – 18 years and would like to come along and help with the activities please get in touch with Janine.