Upcoming Exhibitions/Events

Home exhibition Launch Evening

Artcore coordially invites you to join us in celebrating the work of artists Delpha Hudson and Natasha Joseph this November. They have been with us for two months researching and making new work, both individually and collaboratively towards our Home residency. Launch Evening: Thursday 28th November 2019 | 5.30 pm - 7.30pm at Artcore - […]

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Home exhibition

Artcore coordially invites you to join us in celebrating the work of artists Delpha Hudson and Natasha Joseph this November. They have been with us for two months researching and making new work, both individually and collaboratively towards our Home residency. Launch Evening: Thursday 28th November 2019 | 5.30 pm - 7.30pm at Artcore - […]

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Home exhibition

Artcore coordially invites you to join us in celebrating the work of artists Delpha Hudson and Natasha Joseph this November. They have been with us for two months researching and making new work, both individually and collaboratively towards our Home residency. Launch Evening: Thursday 28th November 2019 | 5.30 pm - 7.30pm at Artcore - […]

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Home exhibition

Artcore coordially invites you to join us in celebrating the work of artists Delpha Hudson and Natasha Joseph this November. They have been with us for two months researching and making new work, both individually and collaboratively towards our Home residency. Launch Evening: Thursday 28th November 2019 | 5.30 pm - 7.30pm at Artcore - […]

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Home exhibition

Artcore coordially invites you to join us in celebrating the work of artists Delpha Hudson and Natasha Joseph this November. They have been with us for two months researching and making new work, both individually and collaboratively towards our Home residency. Launch Evening: Thursday 28th November 2019 | 5.30 pm - 7.30pm at Artcore - […]

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Home exhibition

Artcore coordially invites you to join us in celebrating the work of artists Delpha Hudson and Natasha Joseph this November. They have been with us for two months researching and making new work, both individually and collaboratively towards our Home residency. Launch Evening: Thursday 28th November 2019 | 5.30 pm - 7.30pm at Artcore - […]

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Home exhibition

Artcore coordially invites you to join us in celebrating the work of artists Delpha Hudson and Natasha Joseph this November. They have been with us for two months researching and making new work, both individually and collaboratively towards our Home residency. Launch Evening: Thursday 28th November 2019 | 5.30 pm - 7.30pm at Artcore - […]

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Home exhibition

Artcore coordially invites you to join us in celebrating the work of artists Delpha Hudson and Natasha Joseph this November. They have been with us for two months researching and making new work, both individually and collaboratively towards our Home residency. Launch Evening: Thursday 28th November 2019 | 5.30 pm - 7.30pm at Artcore - […]

Find out more »

Home exhibition

Artcore coordially invites you to join us in celebrating the work of artists Delpha Hudson and Natasha Joseph this November. They have been with us for two months researching and making new work, both individually and collaboratively towards our Home residency. Launch Evening: Thursday 28th November 2019 | 5.30 pm - 7.30pm at Artcore - […]

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Home exhibition

Artcore coordially invites you to join us in celebrating the work of artists Delpha Hudson and Natasha Joseph this November. They have been with us for two months researching and making new work, both individually and collaboratively towards our Home residency. Launch Evening: Thursday 28th November 2019 | 5.30 pm - 7.30pm at Artcore - […]

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Home exhibition

Artcore coordially invites you to join us in celebrating the work of artists Delpha Hudson and Natasha Joseph this November. They have been with us for two months researching and making new work, both individually and collaboratively towards our Home residency. Launch Evening: Thursday 28th November 2019 | 5.30 pm - 7.30pm at Artcore - […]

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Home exhibition

Artcore coordially invites you to join us in celebrating the work of artists Delpha Hudson and Natasha Joseph this November. They have been with us for two months researching and making new work, both individually and collaboratively towards our Home residency. Launch Evening: Thursday 28th November 2019 | 5.30 pm - 7.30pm at Artcore - […]

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Past Exhibitions/Events

Bridge the Gap Exhibition I

Artcore gallery was buzzing 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 use off the […]

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Bridge the Gap Exhibition III

The work has been inspired and produced during their residency at Artcore. Theresa Kate Hempsall's new work answers a call for a window to the outside and a piece of escapism. She explores a response to the landscape and places that offer peace and tranquillity. Martin Hyde's abstract figures and landscapes represent the complex web of […]

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Stand up! Exhibition

Artcore presents: STAND UP! CELEBRATES INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY 10th -16th of April 2018 Exhibition Opening times: Monday to Friday 9.30am-4.30pm Opening night Friday 9th March 2018, 6-8pm at Artcore, 3 Charnwood Street, Derby, DE1 2GT Normanton-based arts organisation, Artcore is active in exploring provoking ideas and issues of topical interest through the medium of art. […]

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Re-imagine the City Residency Callout

Re-imagine the city Residency Deadline to apply: Midnight 24th April 2018 Artcore invites emerging artists to apply to Re-imagine the City, a two months residency focusing on learning from the city and use of public space.The project aims to explore the issues that shape the city. The artists are called to work with local communities […]

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On Being an Artist

In 2016 six artists, living and working in the East Midlands, were selected to take part in Document, a project that set out to tell their story, in their voice. Since then the Contemporary Visual Arts Network East Midlands (CVAN EM) has worked with those artists as they have reflected on their practice and captured […]

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Derby Book Festival – Debut Author: Mahsuda Snaith

Mahsuda Snaith, named by Stylist as ‘the voice of the next generation’, joins us to discuss her affecting debut novel, The Things We Thought We Knew. Ravine Roy has been stuck in her mother's council estate flat for 10 years with chronic pain syndrome. What led to her being here and how can she get […]

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In the city and in-between – Artist Talk by Joanne Lee at Artcore

Joanne Lee is an artist, writer and publisher of the Pam Flett Press, a serial publication essaying aspects of everyday life. Her work frequently investigates specific sites through writing and photography. Projects have included Vague terrain, an edition of the Pam Flett Press attending to edgelands and interstices; an audio-visual essay, The good place that […]

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Re-Imagine the City exhibition launch

Artcore is proud to present Re-Imagine the city exhibition with artworks by two artists in residence Katharina Fitz and Jess Price. Engaging with ideas and possibilities which explore issues that shape the city, the exhibition aims to show layers of interpretation and reinterpretation of what it means to reimagine and influence the places where we […]

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CLAIM THE SKY – Health and Wellbeing exhibition

Artcore would like to invite you to our latest exhibition, Claim the Sky. This exhibition focusses on the theme of health and wellbeing that features the work of eight local artists: Nicki Dennett, Victoria Brown, Theresa Hempsall, Tom Robertson, Clare Morgan, Jane Smith, Katie Petraitis, and Martin Hyde. Each of the exhibiting artists have been […]

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CLAIM THE SKY – Meet the Artists

Free Meet the Artists Event – Thursday 20th September, 6-8pm Artcore would like to invite you to our latest exhibition, Claim the Sky. This exhibition focusses on the theme of health and wellbeing that features the work of eight local artists: Nicki Dennett, Victoria Brown, Theresa Hempsall, Tom Robertson, Clare Morgan, Jane Smith, Katie Petraitis, […]

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Designed to addict! Artist Talk by Helen Starr

Artcore is delighted to welcome Helen Starr, founder of The Mechatronic Library, who will lead a discussion of reality, vulnerability and addiction in the digital age. Designed to addict! By Helen Starr All drugs of abuse, from nicotine to heroin, cause a particularly powerful surge of dopamine. People who develop an addiction typically find that, […]

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In Real Life exhibition launch

Artcore is proud to present In Real Life, an exhibition that exposes the contrasts and connections between reality and the digital world. As a result of a two-month residency at Artcore the show features new works by the artists in residence: Tom Van der Meulen and Maria Cepeda. The works on display makes use of […]

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On being an artist: reflections on an arts practice launch

On Being an Artist presents at Artcore the work of Andrew Bracey, Geoff Litherland, Jessica Harby, Kajal Nisha Patel, Tim Shore and Tracey Kershaw, who were selected to be part of Document, a project produced by the Contemporary Visual Arts Network East Midlands. For two and a half years the six East Midlands-based artists have […]

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On being an artist: reflections on an arts practice Exhibition

On Being an Artist presents at Artcore the work of Andrew Bracey, Geoff Litherland, Jessica Harby, Kajal Nisha Patel, Tim Shore and Tracey Kershaw, who were selected to be part of Document, a project produced by the Contemporary Visual Arts Network East Midlands. For two and a half years the six East Midlands-based artists have […]

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On being an artist: reflections on an arts practice Exhibition

On Being an Artist presents at Artcore the work of Andrew Bracey, Geoff Litherland, Jessica Harby, Kajal Nisha Patel, Tim Shore and Tracey Kershaw, who were selected to be part of Document, a project produced by the Contemporary Visual Arts Network East Midlands. For two and a half years the six East Midlands-based artists have […]

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On being an artist: reflections on an arts practice Exhibition

On Being an Artist presents at Artcore the work of Andrew Bracey, Geoff Litherland, Jessica Harby, Kajal Nisha Patel, Tim Shore and Tracey Kershaw, who were selected to be part of Document, a project produced by the Contemporary Visual Arts Network East Midlands. For two and a half years the six East Midlands-based artists have […]

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On being an artist: reflections on an arts practice Exhibition

On Being an Artist presents at Artcore the work of Andrew Bracey, Geoff Litherland, Jessica Harby, Kajal Nisha Patel, Tim Shore and Tracey Kershaw, who were selected to be part of Document, a project produced by the Contemporary Visual Arts Network East Midlands. For two and a half years the six East Midlands-based artists have […]

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On being an artist: reflections on an arts practice Exhibition

On Being an Artist presents at Artcore the work of Andrew Bracey, Geoff Litherland, Jessica Harby, Kajal Nisha Patel, Tim Shore and Tracey Kershaw, who were selected to be part of Document, a project produced by the Contemporary Visual Arts Network East Midlands. For two and a half years the six East Midlands-based artists have […]

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On being an artist: reflections on an arts practice Exhibition

On Being an Artist presents at Artcore the work of Andrew Bracey, Geoff Litherland, Jessica Harby, Kajal Nisha Patel, Tim Shore and Tracey Kershaw, who were selected to be part of Document, a project produced by the Contemporary Visual Arts Network East Midlands. For two and a half years the six East Midlands-based artists have […]

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