School Workshop – Village Primary

On the 2nd of May, Artcore visited Village Primary School to deliver a workshop to a group of their pupils so they could take part in the Web of Water project. The group was varied, aged from 7 – 11. After we gave the kids a brief about the project, telling them some facts on

City of Derby School Workshop

On the 13th of June, as a part of The Web of Water project, Artcore delivered a workshop with pupils of City Of Derby Academy School in Derby. The pupils were given a brief about the project, telling them some facts on water and explaining the medium of Graphic Novels – the art medium they’d
On the 23rd of April, a group of 15 young adults from Derby College took part in a research and Find a Fact session as a part of the Web of Water project. As a part of their NCS visit, the young people got a tour of the building and also got an insight as
On Friday the 4th April, Artcore delivered a workshop at Derby Moor Community Sports College to get year 7′s and 8′s involved with our Web of Water Project. Thirteen kids were hand-picked by the teachers to join us and come up with a water related idea about the use and misuse of water, its critical

School Workshop at Sycamore Academy

On the 3rd of March, as a part of The Web of Water project, Artcore delivered a workshop with pupils of Sycamore Academy School in Nottingham. The pupils were given a brief about the project, telling them some facts on water and explaining the medium of Graphic Novels – the art medium they’d be basing
On Saturday 21st June, as a part of the Web of Water activity, Artcore organised a community engagement Well Dressing activity, an opportunity to learn and understand this age-old custom that is so unique to the Derbyshire area. Participants were proud and enjoyed to create their floral master pieces. To add to it all the
On the 31st of May 2014 as part of the web of water project, Artcore visited Carsington Water with members from the local community in Derby. Carsington Water is a water reservoir site run by Severn Trent Water. The members also attended the launch of the artists’ exhibition for the Web of Water. Other visitors
As part of The Web of Water project on the 17th of May, Artcore organised a trip to the annual well-dressing event in Etwall, where residents from the divers communities of Derby went along to explore and understand the tradition of Derbyshire: Well Dressings. The local communities from Etwall came together to create magnificent well-dressings,
The Web of Water project invites local residents to get involved in a free training session on 16th April from 11am to 2.30pm to capture how oral history is practiced in the community and how best it is recorded. Lunch will be provided. Oral history is an exciting resource that can bring subjects to life
In association with Metropolitan Housing and Derby County Community Trust, Artcore delivered creative workshop in the Normanton park on 12th April. Participants from different cultural backgrounds took part in the activity and enjoyed exploring the medium of Clay modelling and making Paper Mosaics.
The Web of Water – Art Exhibition at the Sharpe’s Pottery Museum, Swadlincote, Derbyshire. 4th July 2014 – 30th July 2014. An exhibition of of UK based artists and Indian artists on the theme of water. These works all share a common medium of work- the graphic novel, with each artist using the theme of
On the 29th June, As part of The Web of Water project, Artcore organised a talk by 5 participating artist Barbara Clayton, Mik Godley, Alison Knox, Dianne Illsley and Sara Gaynor as a part of An Indian Summer festival alongside the art exhibition on display at Curve. The exhibition is on display from 16th June
As part of Artcore’s Innocence and Expression project, children aged 8-18 have had the opportunity to work in a variety of visual art forms, including individual activities and crafts as well as a larger group pieces of artwork. This is a BBC Children in Need funded project. The sessions were held during term time, every
Launch of Photographic Exhibition by Mr Harminder Nagi,’Photography on Wings’ on the 7th June 2014, 11am at the ICCA, Hucknall Road, Nottingham NG5 1QZ Mr Harmider Nagi, a local resident of Nottingham is fascinated by nature’s creation of beautiful birds and butterflies and loves to capture their beauty and behaviour.The exhibition formally opens at 11.00am
The Web of Water art exhibition opened with the launch on Saturday 31st May 2014 at Carsington Water. The artworks are created by artists from the East Midlands and India, and they have portrayed their perspectives about the use/misuse of Water and its critical importance on Earth. The Carsington Water is a popular visitor attraction