The project was organized by Artcore, and funded by the Arts Council, Derby City Council, Igniting Ambition, Creative Innovation and European Regional Developmental Fund. Games People Play is an arts project which celebrates sports and culture through the medium of Art. The rationale for the “Games People Play” exhibition is based on the many interpretations
This unique gallery space at East Midlands Airport has a footfall of five million passengers each year. This East Midlands Airport scheme allows artists to showcase their work in an exciting and innovative space, identifying local talent and displaying it for passengers’ enjoyment.
After two successful shows, Artcore in collaboration with The ICCA, are proud to bring the international exhibition “Games People Play” at The ICCA. The exhibition opened on the 26th January 2012 at 11.00 am. The show will remain open until 27th April 2012, and open for viewing Monday to Thursday 9.30am to 5.00pm and Friday
Games People Play Exhibition opened at Embrace Arts in Leicester. At the preview party audiences viewed the artwork from artists in the UK and India, and explored the diverse perspectives expressed on the theme of sports and games. We really enjoyed meeting with friends old and new, and seeing the exhibition showcased in another fantastic

The BIG Show @ QUAD, Derby.

Games People Play, Games Children Play and Card Deal – The big show at the QUAD. Three major exhibitions organised by Artcore at QUAD on the theme of sports and games and the way people handle relationships in Public and Personal lives. Exhibition opened on the day when the Olympic Torch came to Derby on
Artcore invites secondary schools, its students and teachers to participate in the remarkable experience, “Games Children Play” part of a larger project “Games People Play” with a series of broad based arts related activities held between September 2011 and 2012 leading up to the London 2012 Olympics and Paralympic Games. Background Games People Play involves
Nottingham Riverside Festival is a very popular annual event with approximately 10,000 visitors each year. Artcore delivered a variety of workshops in the children’s area including Rangoli, Warli and Lipan art. The Card Deal exhibition was also displayed and viewed by 4,000 people, and people had the chance to be inspired by the artists and
For the One Year To Go! Event in Derby, on July 27, 2011, Artcore held an exciting exhibition of Card Deals, a colourful display of 52 post-cards made by participating artists in the project “Games People Play”, generally focusing on the theme of Sports and Games and how they influence our everyday lives.  The exhibition

Card Deal: Deda

Shown at The Atrium Gallery in Nottingham. Card Deal, a colourful display of 52 post-cards made by artists as a part of the larger project ‘Games People Play’, generally focusing on the theme of Sports and Games and how they influence our everyday lives. The exhibition also plays around the fact that there are 52
Artcore is having a launch of the new Space and Gallery with an Inaugural Exhibition – The  Forgotten City : Champaner-Pavagadh, featuring Black & White Fine Art Photographs by Rahul Gajjar from Baroda, India. Champaner-Pavagadh : A Glimpse in Print The breathtaking images of Champaner-Pavagadh as captured by photographer and digital printmaker Rahul Gajjar, bring
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
The last decade of the 20th century ushered in a world-wide phenomenon called Globalization. It completely changed the way the world’s economy functioned. With the weakening of the socialist and communist ideologies in East Europe and Asian giants like the former USSR and China, capitalist economy as a model to follow gained currency.  A number
Artcore UK in Partnership with Sarjan Art Gallery brought the final phase of ‘Des Pardes: The Challenge of the Glocal’ to India. It was inaugurated on 18th December 2010 by Shri Rajeev Jyoti President and Managing director of Bombardier Transportation India Ltd. and Smt. Shelly Jyoti, Visual Artists and fashion designer.
Butterfly House is situated in the heart of the community in Normanton. The exhibition opened on the 17th September 2010 and was the last UK venue before the exhibition travelled to India. Also, as part of the exhibition Artcore organised a 2 day workshop, where the local community were invited to develop their drawing skills