Thursday, 20th September 2018
Social media Waterford Today on Twitter Waterford Today on Facebook

Ireland's largest Street Art Festival returns to Waterford City this August. Presented by The Walls Project, Waterford Walls International Street Art Festival – now in its fourth year– will showcase an open air gallery of over 130 murals from the 23 – 26 August. Visitors will experience renowned international street artists at work; take part in engaging workshops, guided tours, interactive live art exhibitions, art jams, food trails, expert panel discussions and live music gigs.

Returning artists: SMUG One, Joe Caslin, Danleo, Arcy, Signs of Power, Sonny Art, Novice, Caoilfhionn Hano

Newcomer artists: Dan Kitchener, Mantra, FaunaGraphic, Monkeybird Crew, Karen Hickey and Shane O Driscoll

The Walls Project is founded by the team that has brought you the Waterford Walls festival for the last four years. The project organises commission work, workshops and guided art trails. They also work on new ideas to enliven public space. These include Waterford Lights-a lighting festival which will launch on February 1st 2019 and collaborations such as Art in Unexpected Places, Art on the Greenway and Join the Dots. More information about The Walls Project available on request.

For more information visit http://www.waterfordwalls.ie

Facebook

Letters to the Editor

  • Waiting can be bad for your He...

    When the latest statistic that waiting times for patients had risen to their highest level yet, there can't have been too many people that were surprised.There are now over 700.000 people on waiting lists with over 50.000 of them children. That so many people are waiting for treatment in one of the most developed economies in the world is truly frightening. Of course you can take into account the underfunding of the health sector during the economic downturn but it still wouldn't fully explain why so ma …

    read more »

Weekly Poll