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
As a part of the creative generations project, bridging the gap between older and younger generations, the first workshop will be held Monday the 20th at the Becket children’s centre.
The aim of the project is to engage different generations (for children, young people and older people) by working together on a creative arts project to help them understand each other’s perspectives. It aims to break down the barriers of communication between groups and to narrow the gap by encouraging groups of people to work
The project aims to engage different generations by working together through creative arts. It is designed to atteract diverse ethnicities, share values and convey culture. WORKING TOGETHER WITH: Community centres, groups and young people, youth groups, schools, sheltered housing, 50+ groups, residential homes, coffee morning clubs etc. in the Abbey Ward in Derby. PROCESS:
INCLUSIVE PROJECT INCLUSIVENESS: Artcore’s approach is firmly rooted in inclusivity and diversity. We have taken a step further to achieving our aims in accessibility with the support from Locality. This enabled us to provide a further platform for participants of all ages, abilities and backgrounds to come and work together. Some of the things we
Artcore plays an important role in the community. Our services are accessible to people from diverse backgrounds and culture, and of all ages and abilities. We believe in the power of art to build relationships in the community and aid social cohesion. Engaging people from every part of the society, developing a harmonious and cordial
Katharina Fitz is a Nottingham based artist. She has recently taken part in a group show at Nottingham Contemporary called Aftermath.The Aftermath exhibition is an annual collaboration where students on the MFA course at Nottingham Trent University respond critically to the winter exhibition at Nottingham Contemporary. The show offers insights into the influence that exhibitions
Artcore has been working with Ash Croft Primary school for the last two years. We have worked collectively on creating a mosaic mural, depicting many of the exciting aspects of Ash Croft Primary School. The Official opening of the mosaic mural was on 19th December 2011, by the Lord Worshipful, The Mayor of Derby, Cllr.