Listen to artist Barry Edwards’ interview on WLR here: Barry Edwards WLR interview Launch report: 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.
Adrain Crellin presents a series of his photographic work as part of our Staff Art Wall. “HOME THOUGHTS FROM ABROAD” is a collection of photographs from the Isle Of Man. Adrian explains: “Born and raised on the Isle of Man, Home Thoughts from Abroad is a snapshot of places or landscapes that would have been favourites of mine … Continued
RTE presenter Nuala Carey will officially launch local artist Barry Edwards’ exhibition “A Better Place” at University Hospital Waterford (UHW) on Friday 2 June at 5pm. All are welcome to attend.
The full programme of speakers for Check Up Check In 2017, a national arts and health event, taking place at The Model, Sligo on Friday 5 May, is now online here.
Local artist Barry Edwards’ paintings have been selected via a public vote through Waterford Healing Arts Trust for exhibition at University Hospital Waterford (UHW) under the A Better Place exhibition strand, opening on Friday 2 June 2017.
Going Back in Time, a solo exhibition by Dymphna O’Herlihy in University Hospital Waterford. Dymphna O’Herlihy has a special love for the Irish language and heritage. The ever changing scenery of our land and seascapes is close to her heart and she never tires of capturing it in her works. “It’s all to do with … Continued
Bealtaine Artist’s Residency in a care setting Information for Artists The Bealtaine Festival has created an opportunity for a care setting and its residents to engage creatively with a visual artist over the course of a number of months. The festival also wishes to offer an opportunity for an artist to develop their specific … Continued
The Waterford Healing Arts Trust (WHAT) presents a return performance by singer song writer Susan O’Neill (SON) in the foyer of University Hospital Waterford on Monday, 3rd April at 1:30 pm as part of its Healing Sounds in the foyer programme. Susan O’ Neill (SON) is no stranger to the stage, for the last … Continued
AIB Ardkeen and Waterford Healing Arts Trust (WHAT) are hosting a fundraising Spinathon at Ardkeen Stores on Friday 31st March. Volunteer spinners will be taking turns to keep the wheels spinning on two spinning bikes in the foyer of Ardkeen Stores for twelve hours from 8am -8pm. Come along and support AIB staff members, local … Continued