Waterford Youth Art Critics visit Clonmel Junction Festival

by Maya Brennan On the morning of Wednesday July 8th, See//Saw (Waterford Youth Art Critics) took a bus to Clonmel, looking forward to spending an artistic afternoon at the annual Junction Festival. We arrived at around noon and at once couldn’t help but notice…well…a lack of festivities. However, not to be put off by the … More Waterford Youth Art Critics visit Clonmel Junction Festival

St.Vincent Wows Crowd in Dublin’s Beautiful Iveagh Gardens

by James Melay  On Friday the 10th of July I went on a little adventure up to the big city to see St. Vincent perform in The Iveagh Gardens. I was turned onto St. Vincent mid last year when her latest self titled album began to receive heaps of critical acclaim and went on to … More St.Vincent Wows Crowd in Dublin’s Beautiful Iveagh Gardens

Truly ‘Out of this World’: We meet Waterford Dance Group, ‘TRACES’

In the coming September, dance group ‘Traces’ will showcase its highly anticipated production, ‘Out of This World.’ The critics managed to sneak a peek at the group’s latest and greatest work, as well as learning about the group and how effective it has been at challenging perceptions about dance and disability. What is ‘Traces’ Dance … More Truly ‘Out of this World’: We meet Waterford Dance Group, ‘TRACES’

Lismore Castle Arts Celebrates 10 Years in Style

by Bronagh Kelly Lismore Castle Arts is essentially a ‘labour of love’ for Lismore Castle’s owners, the Devonshire family, according to many of its proud employees. Despite the gallery’s being a private entity, it is clear from last weekend’s exhibition opening that the art has fuelled a great deal of creativity in the Lismore community … More Lismore Castle Arts Celebrates 10 Years in Style