A part of the Web of Water project, participants are working in the community collecting and documenting stories related to water. They are going out in the community to engage people in capturing stories about water; these stories are recorded in a variety of formats such as audio, video and written about global topic of

Art in the Park is a programme of creative sessions in parks in the Arboretum and Normanton area. • Fun and Learn activities involving children and young people during the summer Holidays. • Connecting local community through art interventions generating creative ideas using different mediums and techniques. • Find out about Artcore’s current and upcoming

‘Living With PTSD’ a photography exhibition by ‘Wolf’, challenging disability and raising awareness through creativity. Wolf through his work raises awareness of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and promotes creativity as a coping mechanism. Artcore cordially invites you to the launch of this exhibition on Friday 15th August 2014 from 11am at the Indian Community Centre,99

Artcore are going to be at Nottingham Mela on the 31st of August at Victoria Embankment, Riverside Embankment Road, NG2 2JY from 12pm. Join in, find out more and personify your own South Asian war heroes such as Bhagat Singh, Jhasi ki Rani, etc and find out more about them.

The aim of the project is to engage different generations (for children, young people and older people) by working together on a creative arts project to help them understand each other’s perspectives. It aims to break down the barriers of communication between groups and to narrow the gap by encouraging groups of people to work

Artcore warmly invites all to the final celebrations of the Web of Water project on Saturday 27th September 2014 at 4.30pm at Deda. Over the last 18 months, Artcore have organised a series of art interventions creating awareness on the typical issues of Water through this project. There have been various engagement levels through the

Artcore cordially invites you to the launch of the art exhibition A Piece of Peace by Akshata Naik. The Launch is on Monday 26th January 2015 10:30am-12:00pm at the ICCA,  99 Hucknall Road, Nottingham NG5 1QZ. The exhibition will continue until Friday 3rd April 2015. Akshata Naik originally from Mumbai, India recently pursued Masters Degree

  Artcore cordially invites you all to the exhibition on wings by Harminder Nagi​. Please come down on Saturday 28th and view the exhibition 3.30 – 4.30 pm 01332 384561 Artcore, 3 Charnwood street, Derby, DE1 2GT

Artcore cordially invites you to the celebration of the 175 years to Arboretum Park, Derby: Saturday the 19th September, 2:00pm – 5:00pm at the Orangery in the Arboretum Park Derby in conjunction with Artcore’s Invisible Boundaries project. This is a free family event allowing everyone to get involved and to discover the Art work produced

Born in 1990, Akshata Naik is a Vadodara based artist, though she was raised in the city of Mumbai. She holds a undergraduate and master’s degree with two gold medals in painting from the Faculty of Fine Arts, Maharaja Sayajirao University of Vadodara (2014) Akshata’s solo show includes her debut ‘A Piece of Peace’ by

Artcore would like to invite all for an exciting open day ‘Art for Life’ on Tuesday 8th March 2016 from 11am – 1pm at Artcore. ‘Art for Life’ event focuses on the value that art plays in the lives of people facing various challenges, whether this be children or adults coping with physical and mental health

Artcore Presents Creating Vivid Dreams with artist Theresa Hempsall. The ‘Creating Vivid Dreams’ project aims to bring diverse communities together encouraging them to develop and learn new skills by offering support to share their stories using creative art mediums. Sessions are free from 10.30am – 12.30pm on specific Wednesdays  at Artcore – 3 Charnwood Street,

Déda and Artcore are proud to invite you for the launch and a talk on the photography exhibition “In Search of Bapu” by Anuj Ambalal (Visiting artist from India)at Déda Chapel Street, Derby DE1 3GU on Wednesday 21st September 2016 from 6.00pm – 7.30pm The exhibition will be on from 8th September to 29th October