Artcore kindly invites you to the preview of the Web of Water art exhibition, on Saturday, January 25, 11.00 am at The Atrium Gallery, ICCA, 99 Hucknall Road, Carrington, Nottingham NG5 1QZ. Both English and Indian Artists have explored the medium of ‘Graphic Novel’, to understand the theme: ‘The Web of Water’ and translate their

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

Art Attachments is an umbrella project that looks at strengthening opportunities for artists as well as developing Artcore’s annual artistic programme. This session give us the chance join us for lunch whilst we share with you our projects, our philosophy and our opportunities, along with short talks by our current artists in residence.  If you

Andrea Hadley-Johnson from Derby Museum will share how the Museum’s collection has been used as a rich source of inspiration for artists and makers to explore how the Art attachment residency will engage peoples heads, hearts and hands. Focusing on the ‘notice nature feel joy’ gallery with five intervention artworks nestled within it, she will

Join us at Artcore for the third Bridge the Gap: Artists in Residence Exhibition. Artists Martin Hyde and Theresa Kate Hempsall will be showcasing their new works, inspired and produced during their artist residency at Artcore. For this residency, our artists have been working with the Air Arts Programme at Derby’s London Road Community Hospital

Our final Art Attachment’s talk of this programme will be celebrating 70 years of India’s independence. Talks by Artist Ivan Smith will be focused around his experience of art residencies in India. His talk will detail how his career has developed from these international residencies and how they have framed his practice. Stephen Munn, Artistic

In 2016 six artists, living and working in the East Midlands, were selected to take part in Document, a project that set out to tell their story, in their voice. Since then the Contemporary Visual Arts Network East Midlands (CVAN EM) has worked with those artists as they have reflected on their practice and captured

Mahsuda Snaith, named by Stylist as ‘the voice of the next generation’, joins us to discuss her affecting debut novel, The Things We Thought We Knew. Ravine Roy has been stuck in her mother’s council estate flat for 10 years with chronic pain syndrome. What led to her being here and how can she get

Artcore is delighted to welcome artist Joanne Lee, who will discuss her practice in relation to Re-Imagine the City Residency. Joanne Lee is an artist, writer and publisher of the Pam Flett Press, a serial publication essaying aspects of everyday life. Her work frequently investigates specific sites through writing and photography. Projects have included Vague

We are excited to announce the launch of our much anticipated residency exhibition, In Real Life. The show seeks to expose the contrasts and connections between reality and the digital world, and will draw upon themes of body image, social media addiction and online gaming. The exhibition features new works by our two artists in