Get Back Into The Groove
You’re young and you really want to do better in life. But sometimes things get in the way and you end up frustrated without knowing a way out. Start Youth Arts can help you learn new skills, change your perspective and grow in confidence.
If you’re feeling excluded from society or having trouble at school, it can seem like everyone just wants to shut you away. The Start Youth Arts programme – aimed at young people between the ages of 5-18 – can help you get back on the right track.
Through our series of artistic workshops, you’ll pick up new life skills and be guided back into mainstream education, vocational training or employment.
Put simply, you’ll leave with more opportunities than when you started, which will help you feel better about yourself and the world around you. And when you’re armed with that kind of confidence, who knows what you’ll be capable of achieving!
All our workshops are given in a supportive and friendly atmosphere, and geared towards your specific needs.
So, if you’re feeling vulnerable – whether through disability, learning difficulties or social exclusion – get in touch to talk about how we can help you improve your life. If you already have a support worker, we’d be happy to talk to them too.
What people say about Start Youth Arts...
“The project has been great for my daughter. She has been so made up every time she has returned from a session!”
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0161 351 6022
Workshops and Activities
There are a number of workshops you can get involved in, all taught by professional artists.
Let your imagination loose onto paper or canvas with our range of visual arts courses ranging from Finger-Painting to Graffiti Art.
Fun and creative art sessions aimed at children and young people with special needs.
Free Creative Arts Workshops
Free creative art workshops are available to 5 - 18 year olds with physical/learning disabilities or a mental health problem and their siblings.
The workshops are designed to build confidence and improve wellbeing, they are creative, stimulating, therapeutic and above all fun, and provide the opportunity for parents and siblings to engage in activities together. If you run a group already we can offer these sessions at your centre, or groups and individuals are welcome to join our existing workshops throughout Salford.
Contact us for more information.