On 15th August, Artcore opened the doors to our new building at Osnabruck Square. We invited people from all over Derby, including the Mayor, Derbyshire Police and Crime Commissioner and the High Sheriff, as well as the general public, our partners, participants and local artists and organisations. Overall, there were about 150 people present at
On Friday 23rd June we celebrated a successful launch of the third Art Attachments Bridge the Gap Exhibition III at Artcore. We were delighted to be joined by the diverse local artistic community of Derby. Working in partnership with Air Arts we showcased our resident artists Martin Hyde and Theresa Kate Hempsall within the galleries.
The launch event for the exhibition to celebrate ‘The music of Courtly India’ on Friday 5th May 2017. We’re thrilled to be working with the Derby Museum on this project. It was fantastic to see original Ragamala paintings, enjoyed the melodious music by Surtal Arts and great to see some of the guests joining in
On Thursday 13th April we celebrated a successful launch of the second Art Attachments Bridge the Gap Exhibition II at Derby Museums. We were honoured to be joined by the High Sheriff of Derby and the local artistic community of Derby. Working in partnership with Derby Museums we showcased our resident artists Tracey Meek and
The Artcore gallery was buzzing last night with art lovers and artists. We launched our first exhibition from the Bridge the Gap residency on 2nd February. We would like to all partners, supporters who were present at the event. Jason Taylor explained how he has pursued a new direction for his work, whilst continuing to

Deha Exhibition 08/03/2016

In the Artcore gallery there was a talk done by an art therapist about the importance of art for everyday well-being. Following the talk, there were activities in the studio in which guests were invited to take part in making pottery, mosaics and other artwork using colouring pens.

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Bloody Boats 01/02/2016


In Search of Bapu

Déda and Artcore are proud to invite you for the launch and a talk on the photography exhibition “In Search of Bapu” by Anuj Ambalal (Visiting artist from India)at Déda Chapel Street, Derby DE1 3GU on Wednesday 21st September 2016 from 6.00pm – 7.30pm The exhibition will be on from 8th September to 29th October

Bloody Boats – 16 February 2016

#‎bloodyboats‬ by Akshata Naik, an art exhibition at Artcore gallery, Derby UK was covered by Indian Express and Sandesh, a regional newspaper of Vadodara this week. they both appreciated and brought to notice of people in Vadodara about the artists thoughts on Syrian civil war, migrant issues. The show continues till 26th of February 2016.

Bloody Boats – 12 February 2016

A ‘SHOUT’ of thanks to all the artists that came to Artcore for the’ ‪#‎showshoutandsell‬ initial meeting last week. Professional Artists, Art Students and Craft Workers came from Birmingham and Nottingham as well as the surrounding area to have a tour of the building, to see the exhibition Gallery and the space that will house

Bloody Boats – 5th February 2016

It was wonderful to have had visitors from Upbeat Community in Derby for the show ‪#‎bloodyboats‬. A group of fifteen women visited the show, they all are migrated to UK from around the world. They felt really inspired and touched when they read about the show in newspapers and social media and heard about the