Author Archives: Emma Haran

Works commence on new City Centre Community and Cultural hub

Waterford City and County Council has commenced works on the creation of a new community and cultural hub in the heart of Waterford Cultural Quarter.  With funding of €651,654 awarded through the Urban Regeneration and Development Fund (URDF), the repurposing of 16-18 Barker Place on O’Connell Street, will result in a creative multi-purpose venue for […]

WCQ – Expressions of Interest for Creatives

Waterford Cultural Quarter

Waterford Cultural Quarter (WCQ) is currently seeking expressions of interest from the creative community in the South East for two projects.   Project 1. Culture is in the Air – Expression of Interest call for creatives in Waterford Cultural Quarter. Waterford Cultural Quarter (WCQ) invites Waterford creatives to submit their credentials, examples of prior experience […]

Waterford Council – 2023 ARTS PRACTICE & VENUE GRANT APPLICATIONS ARE OPEN

Waterford Arts practice grants

  WATERFORD CITY & COUNTY COUNCIL ARTS GRANTS ARE NOW OPEN DEADLINE MONDAY OCTOBER 3RD – NOON – 2022 To apply visit https://waterfordarts.com/2023-arts-practice-venue-grant-applications/ There are three categories: • Professional/Amateur Organisations and Individual Professional Artists • Rural Arts Networking • And Playwright & Producer / Screenwriter & Producer We have incorporated a transparent detailed marking system […]

WCQ Crafts Market Coordinator

  Crafts Coordinator for WCQ Crafts Market We are looking for a Crafts Coordinator for our new WCQ market! To apply for this exciting opportunity head over to www.etenders.gov.ie and search for reference 222774 – WCCC 22/532 WCQ Crafts Market Coordination Services. Closing date is October 5th #waterfordcrafts #waterfordculturalquarter #craftmarket #waterfordcreative

Waterford City and County Council to host day long festival of events to celebrate Africa Day 2022

Africa Day

  Waterford City and County Council will host Africa Day 2022, which will include the best of African music, dance, crafts, culture, food and much more to celebrate the occasion.   On Saturday, 28th May from 12pm onwards, Waterford City and County Council will host a festival of events to celebrate Africa’s strong rich and […]

Waterford Designers & Makers Exhibition at Waterford Gallery of Art

  Waterford Designers & Makers Exhibition 2022 Showcasing the excellence of all craft disciplines designed and made in Waterford 19th May to 25th June 2022 Waterford Gallery of Art, 31 – 32 O’Connell Street, Waterford X91 RR2R Open Thursday to Saturday 10am to 5pm – Entry Free  Waterford City and County Council’s Creative Ireland Programme in […]

Tenements and Poverty in Waterford – CQ Films

Tenements and Poverty in Waterford “All of the 18th and 19th century visitors marvelled at the Quay of Waterford. Its beauty, its elegance and expanse, comparing it to the finest quays in Europe. Its river full of masted ships, Its beautiful exchange, where the merchants conducted their business, and the adjacent Mall with its bowling […]

T & H Doolans Pub – CQ Films

T & H Doolans Pub – CQ Films   “How am I supposed to go on after that” – singer Dominic Mulvaney This quote from Mulvaney who was the main act about to perform after he just heard the support act – a 15 year old girl making her debut singing and playing her guitar […]

St. Patrick’s Catholic Church and its links to Newfoundland – CQ Films

St. Patrick’s Catholic Church and its links to Newfoundland “The first Waterford people of Newfoundland would take their children back from Newfoundland and have them baptised here in St. Patricks. The Registries’ are still in existence ” – Dermot Power (Local Historian) Film Notes Article on the connections between Newfoundland and South East Ireland – View […]