Services to Schools & Youth Groups
Waterford Youth Arts connection with schools is often through Creative Engagement projects, enabled by the NAPD and through JCSP Film in Schools programmes.
WYA has provided skilled practitioners in a range of art forms from drama to creative writing, visual art, dance, film, music and drumming through to ceramics and sculpture. We've enabled students and teachers to create art and participate in exhibitions, Artifice (Lismore) Creative Engagement (Collins Barracks/IMMA).
In 2016, WYA added sensory art facilitation to our Suite of Services for children with sensory processing difficulties.
If you would like to explore how Waterford Youth Arts can work with you or your school or youth group, contact
Waterford Youth Arts in an approved body for Education in the Arts and has for many years, been devising and delivering projects and programmes for both primary and post-primary schools throughout the southeast region.
WYA has alot of experience specific to this area of dedicated arts provision in an in-school context.
Waterford Youth Arts has designed and delivered issue-based touring work, working throughout the southeast region on request. WYA has also devised work in response to individual school needs
Waterford Youth Arts creates connections between artists and communities, schools and youth work projects throughout the region.