Healing Sounds in the Foyer, a programme of monthly live music performances in the foyer of University Hospital Waterford, presented by Waterford Healing Arts Trust and AIB Ardkeen, has been shortlisted for the 2017 Allianz Business to Arts awards.
WHAT wishes to appoint an Administration Assistant (Healing Sounds and Iontas). The main purpose of the role is to co-ordinate the Healing Sounds and Iontas Arts & Mental Health programmes of Waterford Healing Arts Trust.
The Visual Time Traveller is an intriguing exhibition created by Alison Hackett, in collaboration with Origin Design, on view at University Hospital Waterford and Garter Lane Arts Centre until 25 August.
Unfortunately, due to poor ticket sales the WHAT Fundraising BBQ due to take place on Saturday 24th June will be postponed until further notice. If you have purchased a ticket please call to the WHAT Centre for a refund.
RTE presenter Nuala Carey described the work of local artist Barry Edwards as “the cream of the crop” at the launch of the “A Better Place” exhibition at University Hospital Waterford (UHW) on Friday 2 June.
Renal dialysis patient Liz McCue was described as “a pioneer in the work she has done” by Dr Sean Leavey, Consultant Nephrologist at University Hospital Waterford, as he officially launched her autobiography Thursday’s Child – Stories of survival from a feisty renal warrior
The Visual Time Traveller: an exhibition and talk by Alison Hackett at University Hospital Waterford Alison Hackett will give a tour and talk about The Visual Time Traveller exhibition and book in the foyer of University Hospital Waterford at 1.00pm on Friday 16 June 2017. The Visual Time Traveller is an exhibition of sixteen images … Continued
Thursday’s Child – Stories of survival from a feisty renal warrior, the autobiography of renal dialysis patient Liz McCue, will be officially launched by Dr Sean Leavey at Waterford Healing Arts Trust on Thursday 8 June at 6pm. All are welcome to attend the launch.