Get your legs pumping at our Fundraising Spinathon!
Would you like to see if you can write creatively? Or perhaps fine-tune your creative writing skills?
Calling all UHW staff! Would you like a say in the kind of artwork that we exhibit here at UHW?
An exhibition of paintings by Grace Chan is now open at UHW as part of the Staff Art Wall initiative.
Waterford Healing Arts Trust (WHAT) has announced an Open Call to artists based in Ireland to submit proposals for an exhibition entitled A Better Place, to take place at University Hospital Waterford later this year.
We are delighted to announce that Arts and Health Check Up Check In 2018 takes place at the Crawford Art Gallery in Cork on Thursday 26 April. The keynote speaker will be the award-winning director and writer, Professor Anna Furse.
Do you like to sing? There are many benefits to participating in a choir: singing together, making new friends, learning new music, developing your voice…
Waterford Healing Arts Trust wishes to appoint an Assistant Arts Administrator to assist in co-ordinating aspects of its arts programme at University Hospital Waterford.
Waterford Healing Arts Trust brings us closer to Christmas with performances by two wonderful Waterford choirs at University Hospital Waterford, Mon 18 Dec.
We are delighted to present Flowers and Trees, an exhibition by Anne Cottrell under our Staff Art Wall (SAW) initiative.
Ciara Harrison, WHAT Artist-in-Residence 2017, will share her learning from her residency at University Hospital Waterford at 1.15pm on Wednesday 6th December in the Artist’s Studio, WHAT Centre for Arts & Health.
Red House Legends: Woodford to Waterford, A Life’s Journey in Verse, by poet and retired teacher Martin McShea, was launched at WHAT on 28 November.