Sunday, September 04, 2016

Former Ard Ri hotel to be used for powerful mental health message.

KEEP all eyes on old Jury’s Ard Rí  hotel this week as Roscommon artist Joe Caslin creates an extra special mural, completing the last Waterford Walls mural of 2016 after a spectacular festival weekend.

Some of the most prolific personalities working to destigmatise discussion around mental health have teamed up with Waterford Walls International Street Art festival to create a huge mural to raise awareness of mental health in the south east region. For the first time Pieta House have opened a centre in Waterford city and to mark this positive and inspirational development, Niall Breslin (A Lust for Life project), Joe Caslin (creator of Our Nations Sons) and Pieta House have joined forces with Waterford’s pioneering street art festival. Watch this space!

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