Artcore’s project INVISIBLE BOUNDARIES focuses on the rich diversity of communities that call Derby their home and explores what they have contributed to the country of their adoption as well the efforts made by England to offer them the embrace of equal opportunity and democratic living. The Invisible Boundaries has many levels of engagement locally,
Artcore’s project INVISIBLE BOUNDARIES focuses on the rich diversity of communities that call Derby their home and explores what they have contributed to the country of their adoption as well the efforts made by England to offer them the embrace of equal opportunity and democratic living. The Invisible Boundaries has many levels of engagement locally,
Artcore’s project INVISIBLE BOUNDARIES focuses on the rich diversity of communities that call Derby their home and explores what they have contributed to the country of their adoption as well the efforts made by England to offer them the embrace of equal opportunity and democratic living. The Invisible Boundaries has many levels of engagement locally,
Creative Summer – Metropolitan – A programme of creative activities in the Arboretum areas of Derby every Thursday, Open for all. Through this project we aim to invite residents of the Metropolitan housing association to come to the park and celebrate the history of the park over the last 175 years. As a part of

An Indian Summer (June 2015)

On Sunday 28th June 2015, the Artcore team were in Leicester delivering art workshops for the finale of the ‘An Indian Summer’ festival. Every year for the last 5 years the festival has ran for several days, with various events, activities and live performances on each day over course of the festival. It has been
On the morning of the 16th October, the hoardings for the St Thomas Church on Pear Tree Road were installed. The designs were based on ideas given by the community through consultation workshops. A big thank you to Akshata Naik for helping us develop the designs. The boards look amazing now they have been installed,
Throughout the project ‘Pocket Places For People’ Artcore has conducted a series of art interventions within the Derby and Normanton area with the main goal of creating a semi-permanent road feature which will make drivers more aware of pedestrians crossing the roads in Normanton. Artcore has been working with Sustrans to help transform the streets
The ‘Open Hands’ project is a project based on bringing a community together and encouraging the public to take pride the area they live. The aims of the project are to improve community spirit, whilst providing a platform for young participants to interact with others and make new friends in a productive environment and to
As a Part of Derby Family Arts Festival 2014, Artcore delivered block printing activities at the Quad on Sunday 2nd November 2014. Families got involved and collectively spent their time creatively.

Diwali Celebration Event (November 2014)

Diwali Celebration Event 2014 at High Fields Park in Nottingham on 1st November 2014. Artcore was a part of the celebrations delivering Rangoli activitie, a tradiotional craft from India, for people to take part in. A performance by Vina Ladwa and some Diwali posters prepared by Artcore were displayed as the story of Diwali was
Artworks created by the children and young people as a part of the Children and Water section of the project will be exhibited at The ICCA Nottingham, 99 Hucknall Road, NG5 1QZ Participants were encouraged to discover and research their local architectural and cultural heritage related to water, through accessing the materials available as well
Creative Generations was an intergenerational project intended for children, young people and older people to come together and work together in the Abbey Ward. The aim of the project was to engage different generations by working together on a creative arts project to help them understand each other’s perspectives. It provided an opportunity for people
Art to Active Employment is a project currently running here at Artcore. The project was created through the idea of bringing skills and hands on training and support to the unemployed aged 19 years and up, through alternative and creative ways of learning. Register on to a 5 week programme Painting, Ceramics, Mosaic, Sand Casting,
We are proud to launch ‘The Web of Water’ online catalogue. The project has successfully achieved great outcomes in the UK. We would like to take this opportunity to thank all the participating artists, curators, staff and volunteers of Artcore and all the supporters and funders of the project. Thank you for making it such
Artcore’s project, The Web of Water incorporates the medium of visual art both locally and internationally, presenting the different historical, cultural and traditional attitudes towards the concept of water. Alongside the cultural and historical aspects of the project, a more serious message is also explored, using artistic mediums to express the social, political and environmental