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FAMILIES


New Family Resource – eye.see

eye.see Family Resource

eye.see is a fun, interactive and easy to use self-guided resource for families visiting IMMA. It is a series of beautiful viewfinders inspired by artworks from the museum’s Collection, including Max Bill Doublement, Iran do Espírito Santo Untitled (Keyhole) and John Newling Maquette for A Turning Mutability. eye.see helps families to look closer at artworks on display at IMMA, and comes with an information card which provides questions for parents / carers to use to help support your conversations. Why not pick up eye.see from our shop for €2 so you can peep through keyholes and pop out circles to see what lies behind them! eye.see can be used at home or in other places for further exploration and observation.

Literary IMMA Art Trail

Look, No Cows is a trail for families by Siobhán Parkinson which visits her favourite artworks from IMMA's Collection in the museum grounds. The booklet includes a map and is available free of charge.

Watch below video with Siobhan Parkinson walking the trail with children: (video length approx. 19 minutes)

 

IMMA Art Trail LogoIMMA Art Trails
Bronze, Steel, Natural Materials: three IMMA trails with beautiful maps featuring outdoor works from the IMMA Collection are available free of charge in the galleries and in the basement corridor opposite the book shop.

To download the IMMA Art Trails please click on the below links:

>arrow linkBronze: IMMA Art Trail (Adobe PDF - 339KB)

>arrow linkSteel: IMMA Art Trail (Adobe PDF - 363KB)

>arrow linkNatural: IMMA Art Trail (Adobe PDF - 1.55MB)

For further information about IMMA’s family programmes, please contact mark.maguire@imma.ie Assistant Curator: Education & Community,  tel: 01 612 99 50, or contact the information desk email: frontofhouse@imma.ie 


YOUNG PEOPLE

12 – 15 YEAR OLDS



IMMA offers creative experiences for 12-15 year olds which consist of looking, discussing and making, as well as engaging with IMMA’s exhibitions and Collection.


Logo for Studio 8, Young Peoples Programme at IMMASTUDIO 8 PROGRAMME FOR 15-18 YEAR OLDS

Studio8 is IMMA’s programme for 15-18 year olds which aims to provide young people with a variety of opportunities to connect with IMMA. Details of forthcoming events to be confirmed - please check this webpage again for future updates.


For further information please contact Caroline Orr, Curator Education and Community Department, email: caroline.orr@imma.ie, tel: 01 612 99 56.

What's on at IMMA for Young People?

>arrow link IMMA Summer Events for Teens
>arrow link Gallery Visit
>arrow link Public Tours
> arrow link Heritage Tours
>arrow link Talks & Lectures
> arrow link ARP: Public Access

For further information please contact Caroline Orr, Curator Education & Community Department, email caroline.orr@imma.ie, tel: 01-612 9956.

ADULTS

Participants from a Charcoal & Chocolate workshop with artist Leanne Mullen, 2004.  Photograph: Mirjam Keune, IMMA Artists' Panel.

WORKSHOPS
IMMA offers a range of once-off and ongoing workshops to provide people with an opportunity to create work in response to their experiences visiting the gallery spaces and meeting artists. Workshops are led by professional artists and members of the Museum's > arrow linkMediators (gallery-based staff). Workshops take place in Studios 8, 9 and 10, and also in the galleries.

Studio 10, autumn/winter 2014
Studio 10 is IMMA gallery sessions programme for adults of all levels of creative experience. It combines tours, discussions, art-making and more, and is an excellent springboard for engaging with modern and contemporary art.
 
Blocks of sessions will address particular exhibitions at IMMA and will be facilitated by two IMMA Mediators. Blocks comprise of three consecutive weekly sessions, 10am-12.30pm on Fridays, and are based from Studio 10, IMMA, Royal Hospital, Kilmainham, Dublin 8. Sessions are free, no booking is required and participants may attend multiple blocks as they so wish:
 
BLOCK A: 19, 26 September & 3 October
Exhibition focus: Hélio Oiticica: Propositions
 
BLOCK B: 10, 17, 24 October
Exhibition focus: Second Sight: The David Kronn Photography Collection
 
BLOCK C: 31 October & 7, 14 November
Exhibition focus: IMMA Collection: Conversations
 
BLOCK D: 21, 28 November & 5 December
Exhibition focus: Primal Architecture

For further information please contact Caroline Orr, Curator Education and Community Department, email: caroline.orr@imma.ie, tel: 01 612 99 56.

Drawing Each Other with artist Dorothy Smith
As part of a workshop at IMMA on Saturday 17 May 2014 in association with National Drawing Day andBealtaine 2014, 16 people aged from 10-17 years gathered at IMMA to draw each other. Quick warm-up sketches gradually led to longer 20mins drawings.

For further information please contact Caroline Orr, email: caroline.orr@imma.ie, tel: 01-6129900.


What's on at IMMA for Adults?

> arrow link Gallery Visit
> arrow link Public Tours
> arrow link Heritage Tours
> arrow link Talks & Lectures
> arrow link ARP: Public Access

For further information on programmes for Adults please contact Lisa Moran, Curator: Education and Community Programmes, email: lisa.moran@imma.ie or Caroline Orr, Curator: Education and Community Programmes, tel: 01-612 9956, email: caroline.orr@imma.ie

GROUPS

Free tours
Groups can book online for a free guided tour of IMMA's exhibitions. Please note tours must be booked two weeks in advance of your intended visit. To book a tour please click > arrow linkhere.

Artists' Residency Programme visits
Groups can organise to meet one or more of the artists working on IMMA's Artists Residency Programme in the Museum's studios. All visits to the Artists Residency Programme are free of charge but advanced booking is required. To book please contact Janice Hough, Artists Residency Programme Coordinator, email: arp@imma.ie or contact the information desk at email: frontofhouse@imma.ie

Studio 10Workshops
Workshops for groups can be arranged in conjunction with a free guided tour or an Artists' Residency Programme visit. In this way, groups can discuss art work in the gallery or studio spaces and afterwards have a facilitated art making workshop. Please note workshops must be booked at least three weeks in advance of your intended visit. For further information or to book please contact Lisa Moran, Curator: Education and Community Programmes, tel: 01-612 9912, email: lisa.moran@imma.ie or Caroline Orr, Curator: Education and Community Programmes, tel: 01-612 9956, email: caroline.orr@imma.ie

 

 

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