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IMMA Talks Online: A Reflection on Dr Sara Ahmed’s lecture, ‘Complaint, Diversity and Other Hostile Environments’

Screen Studies Scholar Dr Zélie Asava looks back at this seminal talk on diversity work in educational and cultural institutions, exploring Sara Ahmed’s latest book on the lived experiences of minority group...

by Dr Zélie Asava / Sun Jul 18th, 2021
Gallery Voices

IMMA International Summer School, ART AND POLITICS #3 containment

This year’s IMMA International Summer School focuses on the theme of containment and takes place online between 21 June and 9 July 2021. In this article Lisa Moran and Nathan O'Donnell outline this multi-ann...

by Lisa Moran & Nathan O'Donnell / Sun Jun 6th, 2021
Gallery Voices

IMMA 30: Celebrating 30 years of Studio 10

As part of  IMMA's 30th Birthday celebrations Helen O'Donoghue, IMMA's Head of Engagement & Learning, shares with us the story of Studio 10, IMMA's longest running Engagement & Learning Programme which start...

by Helen O'Donoghue / Thu May 20th, 2021
Gallery Voices

The Last Ferry, for Ruth Libbey O’Halloran

This piece, The Last Ferry, was conceived for The Maternal Gaze series and hinges on the ways O’Halloran’s mother’s ethics and love of nature shaped her practice. The personal essay and accompanying images f...

by Beth O'Halloran / Sun Apr 25th, 2021
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The Green Journal: Spring

In this second Green Journal entry, Sandra Murphy from our Visitor and Engagement team , will keep you updated on some of the seasonal changes on the grounds at IMMA. Topics include some tips on how to creat...

by Sandra Murphy / Sun Apr 11th, 2021
Artist's Voice

Photographs Reassembled

Sarah Allen, curator at Tate Modern interviews Jan McCullough, IMMA Residency artist, about the role of photography in her work, what informs her methodology with the artform, how her practice has evolved wi...

by Sarah Allen / Thu Mar 25th, 2021
Curator's Voice

The Artist’s Mother: Lucie and Daryll

IMMA's Head of Collections, Christina Kennedy, introduces us to The Artist's Mother, a project created in responses to the Freud Project. Inspired by Lucian Freud’s paintings of his mother, Lucie, the projec...

by Christina Kennedy / Sun Mar 14th, 2021
Mediator's Voice

Stories of Hospitality

In association with the Visual Voices Project 2021 presented at IMMA, we invited Julie Daniel, the coordinator of the DCU University of Sanctuary Mellie programme with Veronica Crosbie, to share her insights...

by Julie Daniel / Sun Feb 28th, 2021
Gallery Voices

The Green Journal: New arrivals at the Green Cube

In this first Green Journal entry, Sandra Murphy from our Visitor Engagement Team, will keep you updated on some of the seasonal changes and recent arrivals on the grounds of IMMA.

by Sandra Murphy / Sun Nov 22nd, 2020
Gallery Voices / Uncategorized

Paula Rego: Empathy is a Moral Force

Patricia Brennan, Visitor Engagement Team at IMMA and PG student at TCD, continues to engage with the art of renowned realist painter Dame Paula Rego, in an introduction to Rego’s solo exhibition Obedience a...

by Patricia Brennan / Sun Oct 25th, 2020
Gallery Voices

Paula Rego, a life between Lisbon and London

Patricia Brennan, Visitor Engagement Team at IMMA and PG student at TCD, engages with the art of renowned realist painter Dame Paula Rego, in an introduction to Rego’s solo exhibition Obedience and Defiance ...

by Patricia Brennan / Sun Oct 18th, 2020
Gallery Voices

The artist as flâneuse, a walking cultural commentator

Beth O’Halloran, Visitor Engagement Team at IMMA/lecturer at NCAD, looks at the transgressive role of female artists as cultural ethnographers – in particular the artist as flâneuse. Included are references ...

by Beth O'Halloran / Tue Sep 22nd, 2020
Gallery Voices

Statue Wars

In this article Lisa Moran, Curator of Engagement & Learning Programmes at IMMA, considers the current debates about the role of statues and monuments in terms of the role of the Royal Hospital Kilmainham as...

by Lisa Moran / Mon Jul 13th, 2020
Gallery Voices

The Secret Seven Go Fly at IMMA

Over recent weeks IMMA has been preparing for re-opening, as restrictions have been reduced nationwide, we are delighted that the grounds at IMMA are now once again fully open to the public. In this article,...

by Sandra Murphy / Fri Jul 10th, 2020
Commission

Derek Jarman’s Garden by Susan Thomson

Besides such places as The Stonewall Inn, there are few physical places that are part of LGBTQ I+ cultural history - Derek Jarman's Prospect Cottage is one of them. Writer and filmmaker Susan Thomson takes u...

by Susan Thomson / Sat Jun 27th, 2020
Curator's Voice

Curating at IMMA, through a queer lens by Seán Kissane

Seán Kissane, Curator of Exhibitions at IMMA, looks back at the exhibition on Patrick Hennessy he curated in 2016. Hennessy was one of the first Irish artists to depict his life as a gay man in the face of s...

by Seán Kissane / Thu Jun 25th, 2020
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