The Creative Waterford Programme and Waterford Local Enterprise Office were successful in an application to the Creative Ireland Economic Action Fund to carry out an economic analysis of the creative sector in the region. RIKON Research Centre in the South East Technological University has been commissioned to carry out the economic survey. Why are we … Continue reading Help us map out the Creative Economy of Waterford & the SouthEast
The Carbally Community Development Project ran a six-week creative photography class at the Carbally Community Centre, in Rathmoylan, Dunmore East, Co. Waterford through June and July. Supported by Creative Ireland, the course participants created a photography record of Carbally and the surrounding areas during the first few months of the post pandemic era. The photography … Continue reading The Carbally Creative Photography Course
The Dungarvan Art Trail is now on. Running from May through to September 2021, in various shop windows around Dungarvan County Waterford, the Arts Centre and Library throughout the coastal town. Dungarvan Art Trail is delighted to present The Vertigo Project by internationally acclaimed, locally based, dye transfer printer and artist Jean Curran. The Dungarvan Art … Continue reading Dungarvan Art Trail Now On
Local Waterford artist and dye transfer printer Jean Curran will create an exhibition of original dye transfer prints from Technicolor movies in the form of an immersive Art Trail to be launched in Dungarvan County Waterford in May 2021. Original handmade prints will be exhibited in unoccupied shop fronts and available business windows throughout the … Continue reading Exciting innovative Dungarvan Art Trail to be launched this summer
We are continuing the exciting photography initiative set up in collaboration with the Waterford News and Star to showcase the best of Waterford pride, now that the lock-down limits have eased. We can now travel anywhere within our wonderful county, and up to 20km if we leave it. This photography project was set up … Continue reading MyWaterford Photo Project
Our Executive Conservation Officer is writing a series of articles featuring the Built heritage of Waterford. You can follow along on these items on Waterford City & County Council's Latest News page.
The #WhereInWaterford hashtag has become popular in recent weeks and is a great opportunity to get involved in something online. Mostly appearing on Twitter, simply click the hashtag and see can you identify the strange and wonderful photos from around the City & County. They are sure to prove great conversation and bring back many … Continue reading Where In Waterford ?