Artcore’s community project Creative Journeys for Learning and Living celebrated its conclusion on the 10th June 2014. The project, funded by the Community Learning Fund, was initially set up in order to provide support for unemployed adults aged 19 and above, using art as vehicle to build and develop skillsets that can be transferred into
Artcore’s community project Creative Journeys for Learning and Living celebrated its conclusion on the 10th June 2014. The project, funded by the Community Learning Fund, was initially set up in order to provide support for unemployed adults aged 19 and above, using art as vehicle to build and develop skillsets that can be transferred into
Wolf Photography in association with Artcore presents ‘Living with PTSD – an exhibition of Poetry and photography created by Villayat ‘Snow Moon Wolf’ Sunkmanitu that raises awareness of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and promotes creativity as a coping mechanism. Wolf challenges disability through his work and raises awareness through creativity. The exhibition began on
The Web of water preview at the Atrium gallery The ICCA Nottingham on 25th January 2014. 28 Indian Artists and 15 UK artists created interesting artworks on the theme of water using Graphic Novels as a medium. Water Aid charity was supporting this project. It was a great opportunity to meet the artists and talk
Phase 1 of the Web of Water art exhibition began at Artcore on the 15th of November with the Mayor Cllr. Fareed Hussain of Derby formally inaugurating the show. Three of the participating artists from India – Ajay Kanwal, Samir Dave and Niharika Dave, were present at the opening. Sandhya Bordawekar Gajjar, the curator of
Great work by Sarah Eley for successfully coordinating the private viewing of art exhibition on Friday 28th June 2013, organised by Artcore at the ICCA on Hucknall Road in Nottingham. The exhibition is called ‘Borderline Art’ and is showcasing artworks by artists Olivia Sloley, Sarah Clark, Sarah Eley and Vicky Vaughan.
The Atrium Gallery at The ICCA Nottingham welcomed Artcore’s exhibition of Borderline Art by Sarah Eley, Olivia Sloley, Sarah Clark and Vicky Vaughan. All four artists have BPD and other associated conditions and their work also conveys aspects of what it is like to live with these struggles. The exhibition supported the aim to break
Launch of the exhibition Borderline Art by Sarah Eley looking at creating awareness towards Borderline personality disorder; also an open day event celebrating World Health Day 2013. There were exciting arts activities and healthy food for all to enjoy. Sarah, in her artwork, uses innovative and contemporary techniques, to convey her inner thoughts, feelings and
On 7th March 2013 a Preview launch of Belen Cerezo’s Exhibition Preview Living Water. Artcore hosted the show as a part of the FORMAT’13. FORMAT an international photography Festival, presented the best intentional photography talent in various venues in Derby.
Artcore’s Exhibition LIFTED in Nottingham at the ICCA. A collection of artworks created by community members during Artcore’s regular creative sessions. The exhibits carry health and well-being messages from the individuals through their artworks. This occasion also celebrated the 64th Republic Day of India with the Mayor of Nottingham Cllr. Leon Unczur opening the show.
A fabulous event at the Atrium Gallery, The ICCA Nottingham. We would like to Thank Chris Leslie MP Nottingham East to be present and strongly support the event. A very encouraging speech by him. Some participating artists – Sara Gaynor, Alison Knox, Jane Pepper, Janet Turville and Lucy Stevens shared their experiences about their works
A big thank you to all for coming to the event on Saturday 22nd and being a part of the celebrations towards the World Water Day. Thank you Artcore trustees, Staff, Volunteers and members for their continued support. A successful start with Artcore AGM followed by some involving stories on the theme of water by

St Clair’s Workshop – Lipan

Artcore delivered Lipan art activitiesat St Clair’s school, a special needs school based in Derby. We have been working with them for the last 3 years delivering activities involving plaster, Sand Casting and Lipan, some of which are traditional Indian crafts. The artwork produced by the children are used as a part of their GCSE

Art Can Change Lives 2013 – 2014

Artcore community studios are open to all ages and abilities. Learn new skills in a creative environment, make friends and most of all enjoy yourself. Explore a variety of mediums and techniques: Clay Modelling, Jewellery, Painting, Block Printing, Sandcasting, Mosaic, Sculpture, Wood Carving, Plaster Carving, Traditional Indian Crafts (Lipan, Rangoli, Warli), Pottery (including pottery wheel).
Artcore offers regular art activities catered to your personal interests exploring a variety of visual arts mediums. These sessions are aimed at people with physical, mental or learning difficulties who have access to personalised budgets. Participate in various art related sessions, discover the broad range of activities offered by Artcore, network and make friends, socialise,