01/10/2021. FREE TO USE IMAGE. Pictured at Kilmacthomas National School, Kilmacthomas, Co. Waterford where the Bealtaine choir sang with 2nd and 3rd class. Its part of Creative Ireland Intergenerational Music Project and its the first time that the children and Bealtaine choir members sang together. Picture: Patrick Browne
Waterford Intergenerational Music Project
January 12, 2022
Cast members from the Good Aul Days project Waterford. Funded by Creative Ireland Waterford. Photograph courtesy of David Bjelac.
Creative Waterford Open Call 2022 open for applications
February 2, 2022

Creative Communities

The Creative Ireland Waterford Programme, together with the Well Festival of Arts and Wellbeing partners, are delighted to present an online getting-to-know-you session on the theme of arts and wellbeing in Waterford. Showcasing the work of local creative organisations, individuals and community service providers, this event aims to foster collaboration and spark new initiatives. Presentations will be followed by the opportunity to ask questions and make connections. Open to all, but particularly relevant to anyone working or interested in getting involved in the arts and wellbeing in Waterford City and County. Full speaker line-up to be announced at festival programme launch.

The event will be held on Tuesday 8 Feb at 3pm online.

Admission is free but registration is essential. Please follow this link www.bit.ly/wellwaterfordcreatives to register. Attendees will receive the Zoom link to attend the event online on Tuesday morning, 8 February.

The Well Festival of Arts and Wellbeing champions and celebrates the health benefits of participation in the arts by everyone. Every year, this Waterford festival features an exciting line-up of fun, free, inventive and sociable arts events for all ages, with musicians, artists, poets, theatre makers, filmmakers and dancers, and Wellies, a special programme strand for younger audiences. The festival is presented by Garter Lane Arts Centre, Waterford City and County Libraries and Waterford Healing Arts Trust.

The Well Festival of Arts and Wellbeing is funded by the Arts Council, the HSE and Waterford City and County Council, with generous support from Sanofi. See www.wellwaterford.com See the Well Festival also on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

Calligraphy workshop at the Medieval Museum. Picture: Patrick Browne

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