This was a pre-auction event to raise money for the Pakistani Floods Appeal, with 100% of the proceeds going to the Disasters Emergency Committee (DEC) Pakistan Appeal. Artcore in partnership with Arts Auction organised this event. This event gave the community the opportunity to view artwork and bid for items in the auction. Local, national
After the huge success of Creative summer activities last year we are pleased to invite you to join us and be a part of Creative Summer 2013. Everyone will have the opportunity to explore a variety of mediums in an exciting way. Sessions are FREE and open to all ages and abilities. Learn new creative
Derby’s Diverse Women event is a weekend of activities, celebrating women and diversity. Come along and enjoy a range of activities for free. Feel inspired, empowered and valued, whilst making friends and having some ‘me’ time. It is designed to coincide with the internationally celebrated Women’s Day and Mother’s Day. The 2 day programme includes:
  The project aims to engage different generations by working together through creative arts. It is designed to atteract diverse ethnicities, share values and convey culture. WORKING TOGETHER WITH: Community centres, groups and young people, youth groups, schools, sheltered housing, 50+ groups, residential homes, coffee morning clubs etc. in the Abbey Ward in Derby. PROCESS:

Craft Fair -December2012

Are you an artist or crafts person, and looking for an opportunity to make promote and sell your wares this winter? Then email info@artcoreuk.com now to register your interest. A not to miss free opportunity…Creative sessions at Artcore to make some of the crafts and Artcore will provide the materials towards making. We are open

Festivity Activity -October December 2012

Festivity- Activity project is designed to celebrate the diverse culture of Derby by creatively engaging in festivals like Eid, Diwali, Halloween and Christmas. The project is designed to bring diverse communities together, bring a sense of satisfaction with in the neighbourhood, it will encourage residents to build relationships with people from different backgrounds through meeting
‘Creative Minds, changing lives’ a project which brought together volunteers from Artcore. The celebration event today awarded the winners of the community participation competition. The projects aimed to promote Artcore, a visual arts charity based in the heart of Derby. Working with many volunteers, as well as in collaboration with Jobcentre Plus, Artcore gives voluntary

Glory of The Games -September 2012

As part of Derby’s Feste, Artcore delivered ‘Glory of the Games’ at Deda on Saturday 22nd September. Participants of all ages made scrap books and collage pictures to take home. People created beautiful artworks and interesting narratives on the theme of sports and games, using the wide range of art mediums in creative and innovative

Together We Stand -July 2012

Artcore is bringing together the wide variety of ethnic minorities residing in Derby and working in conjunction with them, to create a large external mural. The mural will consist of painted works with cultural significance. The overriding theme of the project will be ‘together we are stronger’. The project approaches local community centres and organisations

Creative Summer -July August 2012

Artcore’s successful project ‘Creative Summer’ was for young people from Arboretum, Abbey and Normanton wards to be actively involved in creative activities. Working in a variety of venues across the city wards young people were given the opportunity to explore a variety of art mediums such as mosaic, pottery, plaster art, sandcasting and block printing.

Summer Vibe -July 2012

Young people aged 11-17 years old are being encouraged to feel the SUMMER VIBE in Erewash this summer with an exciting programme of FREE activities over the 6 weeks of the summer holiday. Organised by Ockbrook & Borrowash Parish Council and Erewash Community Safety Partnership, there will be a FREE activity each Monday, Wednesday and
A once in a life time, thrilling experience. Artcore team took part in the Follow the Light Carnival on the 29th when the torch was in Derby.
Photographer/ Artist Rahul Gajjar explains the intricacies of black and white photography in his workshop on his trip to the UK. The participants explored taking photographs in a group in the city centre and then presented the works taken by them. Rahul’s exhibition The forgotten City – Champaner Pavagardh is on display at Artcore till
We would like to invite you to the official opening of our new space and art gallery with inaugural photographic exhibition ‘The Forgotten City : Champaner-Pavagadh” UNESCO’s world heritage site in Gujarat, India. Friday 15th June, 6.30pm- 8.30pm at 3 Charnwood Street, Derby DE1 2GT Light refreshments will be available. Onsite and free street parking

Queen’s Diamond Jubilee -June2012

In Artcore’s new premises at Charnwood Street we held a Creative Party to celebrate the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee! The community all was invited to our free event between 11am and 2pm, for food and art activities. We had a pot luck lunch with food from around the world to try. A remarkable day which will