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IMMA showing exhibition programme in two locations from 31 May 2012

IMMA@NCH at Earlsfort TerraceFrom 31 May 2012 the Irish Museum of Modern Art’s exhibitions programme will be based in two separate locations – the New Galleries in the grounds of the Royal Hospital in Kilmainham and the ground floor exhibition spaces in the National Concert Hall building in Earlsfort Terrace. IMMA will also present its full range of tours and lectures and its children’s, young people’s, adult and education programmes in both locations.

The move to the NCH building is due to the extensive refurbishment works being carried out at the main building at the RHK throughout 2012. The new location will provides IMMA with an ideal city centre space, which won warm praise during the Dublin Contemporary exhibition in 2011. It is also expected to draw many new visitors to the Museum to experience its exciting exhibitions and access programmes.

The Museum is very grateful to the Minister for Arts, Heritage and the Gaeltacht, Jimmy Deenihan, TD, and to the officials in his Department for making the spaces available to IMMA; also to the Chairman, Board, Chief Executive and staff of the National Concert Hall for their generous cooperation.

In addition to the exhibitions in the New Galleries and education and community programmes, the grounds at the RHK will remain open to the public with four different art trails available to visitors. The café and bookshop will also remain open throughout this period. Due to the refurbishment works the Artists’ Residency Programme will operate on a limited basis, but will resume fully following the reopening of the main Museum building.

IMMA’s National Programme continues as normal with exhibitions and projects in Dun Laoghaire, Co Dublin and Ballyvaughan, Co Clare, and in a number of venues in Northern Ireland.  

 

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