Innocence and Expression

Innocence and Expression  with painter Georgia Peskett is in it’s final two sessions! The children are working in collaboration on some exciting large scale canvases to be shown in the community.

#Iwill Street SmArt

Graffiti artist Lucie Maycock has been running three all day sessions with 90 kids from St.James school to create nine large boards, with the theme of Urban Paradise.The children have been spray painting recognisable buildings from Derby and painting decorative plants and flowers throughout the buildings.

Start

This month Kathryn Borg completed the START sessions, creating moons and craters with the children out of paper mache. The children also had a go at sketching moons, they focused on shading and highlighting the craters. Kathryn delivered the sessions at three different schools and showed the children her own pottery work. They all really

This is Derby ReImagine

After Bob Moulder’s exciting idea generation sessions with St James Primary and Pear Tree Primary the children have come up with their final themes for their performance.

Steam

Kathryn Borg has been our lead artist this year on our STEAM project, working with both Dale Community Primary School and Zaytouna Primary School.

AEL Education

Our AEL education started the year off with Bob Moulder’s wildlife and beaver dam workshops. The children learnt about the engineering of beavers and created a collaborative beaver dam together and their own individual 3D beavers! 

#IWill Street Smart

Graffitti artist Lucie Maycock is running the sessions with 90 kids from St.James school. They had great fun this week spray painting on the big boards which will be displayed at Cavendish roundabout.

Steam 2020

Kathryn Borg has been our lead artist this year on our STEAM project, working with both Dale Community Primary School and Zaytouna Primary School. Both schools have been exploring science, technology, engineering and mathematics through art. Kathryn Borg has almost completed all the workshops with the first group from Zaytouna Primary School. They have been

Start 2020

Artcore working in partnership with Deda to deliver the project at Bemrose Primary, Ashgate Primary and Becket Primary School. To keep in the theme of the Museum of the Moon, Kathryn Borg gave a one off workshop making moons and craters with the children out of paper mache. The children also worked through their Arts

Start Project Report 2018-2019

We continued the second year of working in partnership with Deda delivering Discover level Arts Awards to take 180 young people on an art journey. Students from 3 local Schools were invited to take part in Derby Festé 2018 focusing on the Circus. All the children taking part in the project visited Déda to see

Start Project Report

Artcore initially began working with 5 Schools and 240 children on a yearlong art journey incorporating Arts Award Discover. Each school had practice workshops and then were invited to take part in the Childrens Garba in Derby Market Place as part of Derby Festé 2017. Each School visited Déda to see the Bridge the Gap

Innocence & Expression – 23/09/2017

In this session, the group were introduced to the idea of creating miniature worlds and using magazines wrapping paper and other materials to create collages exploring our idea. Then, using clay, we began to create some creatures that might populate our imaginary worlds.

Admire and Inspire Celebration Event

Admire and Inspire Celebration Event During the Admire and Inspire project Artcore engaged with over 100 children over four Schools and two community centres in the local area to break down barriers and work collaboratively to create large collective mosaics. We engaged young people in creative, constructive activities and provided an opportunity to encourage further

Innocence & Expression 11/03/2017

Innocence & Expression was great. The children got to work on finishing creating all the props for the puppet theatre production of Hansel and Gretel

Innocence & Expression 25/02/2017

The children were finishing off decorating their spoon puppets using all sorts of styles and colours to produce uniquely different individual puppets