Are you, or do you know someone who is a carer? Artcore provide Creative Breaks for Carers; to get a little ‘me’ time for Carers. Sessions are at Artcore on the 2nd Thursday of every month, with the next workshop being held on 13th Feburary, 11.30-2.30 pm. Participants will have the chance to explore an

Research and Find a fact session 1 on 28th Feb, 11am to 1pm, meet at Artcore at 10:30am Theme: Working with water. The theme will focus on the different aspects of working with water like working in factories where water was used to carry out work, the people working there, their lifestyles and so on.

Artcore invites you to the World Water Day celebrations. As a part of The Web of Water project, come and join us for our AGM, talks on water, an exhibition of selected artworks done by children on the theme of water and awards ceremony to recognise young people’s achievements in the projects. Also an opportunity

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

Well Dressing visit on 17th May 2014 As part of The Web of Water we are visiting Etwall Well Dressings. 17th May ‘Wells in the Making’ event in Etwall, Derbyshire. We will be exploring 10 well dressings, taking part in making some of them as well and also witness some of the Wells being blessed

Interested in coming to a free trip to Carsington Water? As a part of the Web of Water project, members from the community can join in to visit the water reservoir site run by Severn Trent. There are limited places available. Don’t delay and secure you place now by calling or emailing us

A part of the Web of Water project, participants are working in the community collecting and documenting stories related to water. They are going out in the community to engage people in capturing stories about water; these stories are recorded in a variety of formats such as audio, video and written about global topic of

Art in the Park is a programme of creative sessions in parks in the Arboretum and Normanton area. • Fun and Learn activities involving children and young people during the summer Holidays. • Connecting local community through art interventions generating creative ideas using different mediums and techniques. • Find out about Artcore’s current and upcoming

‘Living With PTSD’ a photography exhibition by ‘Wolf’, challenging disability and raising awareness through creativity. Wolf through his work raises awareness of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and promotes creativity as a coping mechanism. Artcore cordially invites you to the launch of this exhibition on Friday 15th August 2014 from 11am at the Indian Community Centre,99

Artcore are going to be at Nottingham Mela on the 31st of August at Victoria Embankment, Riverside Embankment Road, NG2 2JY from 12pm. Join in, find out more and personify your own South Asian war heroes such as Bhagat Singh, Jhasi ki Rani, etc and find out more about them.

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

Artcore warmly invites all to the final celebrations of the Web of Water project on Saturday 27th September 2014 at 4.30pm at Deda. Over the last 18 months, Artcore have organised a series of art interventions creating awareness on the typical issues of Water through this project. There have been various engagement levels through the

Artcore cordially invites you to join in the celebrations for the launch of the Open Hands project on Thursday 22nd January 2015 from 11am – 1pm at The Indian Community Centre, Rawdon Street, Derby DE23 6QR (01332 342892) The project aims to celebrate the Normanton area, improve cohesion and community spirit within Normanton by beautifying