Emma Loughney

Emma has been a Communications Manager in the Arts and Education sectors for over 12 years, and is fascinated by art forms old and new. Her MA Thesis explored artist rejuvenation of vacant spaces and her paper on this topic was published in the VAI’s Visual Artists Newsheet.

Emma joined the Waterford Walls team in its founding year, and works on communications, sponsorship and strategy. She is on the Board of Directors. You can watch Emma’s TEDx Talk about Waterford Walls here.

Latest News

A Portrait of the Artist : Magda Karol

  Tell us how you first got into street art, what was the scene like where you grew up and how many years have you been painting? I have been painting since I can remember but last year was the first time I stood in front of a wall with paint in my hand. As...

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A Portrait of the Artist : NOVICE

Tell us how you first got into street art, what was the scene like where you grew up and how many years have you been painting? I got into street art through youth work, some young people I was working with wanted to try it out, I was hooked when I first tried it. After I...

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A Portrait of the Artist : Caoilfhionn Hanton

Tell us how you first got into street art? I first pursued a debut in this very foreign world during the New Street Gardens Project, headed by Edel. I find street art is much more refreshing for me than the standard art gallery. I started taking my craft seriously in transition year. Since posting my...

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