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The Web Of Water Big Show

As part of the project, an exhibition was showcased at Deda including work from local and Indian artists. All stake holders of the project were invited to celebrate its success and achievements. The Web of Water Artists Catalogue was also officially launched and shared. Special Thanks to the English and…

In: Art Exhibitions

The Web Of Water Big Show

As a part of the project, participants were encouraged to discover and research their local architectural and cultural heritage related to water, through accessing the materials available as well as in the school library or the Internet to initiate a debate on the need for heritage conservation. Such discussions encouraged…

In: Children & Water

The Web Of Water Big Show

As of the project, a sculptural installation was created as a representation of river ways and waterfalls. The collaborative sculpture was a part of the Web of Water project, using fabric and wire to display the free flowing and destructive qualities of water. Artist Heidi Luker has worked on this sculpture…

In: Sharing Heritage

The Web of Water – Art Installation

A sculptural installation was created as a representation of river ways and waterfalls. The collaborative sculpture was a part of the Web of Water project, using fabric and wire to display the free flowing and destructive qualities of water. Artist Heidi Luker has worked on this sculpture throughout the summer, engaging…

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Art In The Park – Caxton

Artcore organised an event in the Caxton park on the 29th August 2014 As part of “The Web of Water” project, the local community was invited to come and share their views on water with Artcore and receive information about the cultural heritage of water.

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Art In The Park – Normanton

Artcore organised an event in the Normanton park on the 26th August 2014 Byron park was the celebration of the art in the park section of the web of water project. Family friendly activities were hosted by Artcore, using materials and art mediums such as textiles, paints, fabric paints, block…

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Art In The Park – Byron

Artcore organised an event in the Byron park on the 19th August 2014 As part of “The Web of Water” project, Artcore provided fun activities for the local community to get involved with, sharing their thoughts and ideas around water. Artworks created by the public on this event will be…

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Volunteer In The Community

‘Volunteers in the Community’ – a strand of the Web of Water, started on the 4th November 2013 with young people from the National Citizen Service going into the community to record oral history on the theme of water. Oral history is the recording of people’s memories, experiences and opinions…

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Art In The Park – Arboretum

Artcore organised an event in the Arboretum park Derby on the 14th August 2014 As part of “The Web of Water” project, volunteers and members of the community were all invited and encouraged to share their thoughts and views about water, using various materials provided such as fabric, textile paint,…

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Nottingham Riverside Festival 2014

On 2nd and 3rd August 2014, as a part of the Riverside Festival in Nottingham, Artcore delivered a range of creative participatory activities in the Children’s Zone. Over the weekend, there were a range of fun, group based activities: Block printing, Collage painting, Paint a pot activity, and the Web…

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