October 25, 2022
13/06/2021. FREE TO USE IMAGES. Cruinniu na nOg. The children from Rang 6 Gaelscoil Phortlairge, sending their message of positivity to the world as the celebrate Cruinniú na nÓg at Kilmurrin Cove, Co. Waterford with local artist Sean Corcoran from The Art Hand. Picture: Patrick Browne

Submissions are welcomed for the new draft Creative Waterford Strategy 2023-2027.

Waterford City and County Council are inviting you to give feedback on our Creative Waterford draft strategy and would like your submissions on what further actions […]
September 13, 2022
Waterford Walls mural of Senan and his favourite book, ‘The Little Prince’. Artists were Zabou and Juliette Viodé. Browns Road Library. Photographer Ana Moretti

Wonderful Creativity with Waterford Walls Festival 2022

Waterford Walls is an International Street Art Festival based in Waterford, Ireland. Now in its 8th year, the Festival ran from the 12th – 21st August […]
September 8, 2022
Cllr. John O'Leary, Mayor, Waterford City & County, Sinéad Ó'Higgins, Senior Exeuctive Librarian and Síle Penkert, Exeuctive Director, Garter Lane. Photo: John Power

Restoration Art Project launched at Waterford Central Library

Waterford Libraries welcomed John O’Leary Mayor of Waterford to launch the Restoration Art Project at Central Library, Lady Lane, Waterford on Thursday September 1st.  The Restoration […]
September 5, 2022
24/06/2022. FREE TO USE IMAGE. Up the Gunners!!! Murals for Connection is a collaborative arts project by the students of Gaelscoil Phort Láirge, St.Mary’s National School and Gaelcholáiste Phort Láirge. The students from the 3 schools submitted artwork to develop a concept for a wall mural on the ball alley wall of Ballygunner GAA Club. Local mural artist Caoilfhionn Hanton was chosen to create the piece. This mural was part of this years Waterford Cruinniú na nÓg festival. The students from the 3 schools were at the mural launch on June 11th to celebrate Cruinniú na nÓg!. Photograph: Patrick Browne

Murals for Connection at Ballygunner GAA

Murals for Connection was a collaborative arts project by the students of three schools, Gaelscoil Phort Láirge, St. Mary’s National School and Gaelcholáiste Phort Láirge. Over […]
April 3, 2022

Future collaborations for the successful Diverse Creatives project

Waterford as a port city that has always been influenced by diverse cultures and nationalities from the Vikings, Huguenot settlers to Penrose, Malcolmson and Whyte shipbuilders. […]
March 29, 2022

Woodstown Viking Site Interpretation on the Waterford Greenway

Funding from the Creative Ireland Programme was used to develop a heritage interpretation sign at the Woodstown Viking site along the Waterford Greenway in 2021. Public […]
January 31, 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 […]