This year IMMA and NIVAL are collaborating on 'ROSC 50'; a project that seeks to examine the pivotal and sometimes controversial Rosc exhibitions held in Ireland from 1967 to 1984.
In collaboration with the National Irish Visual Arts Library (NIVAL), IMMA is marking the 50th anniversary of the first Rosc exhibition, in 1967, through a programme of events which will unfold over the cour...
Dr. Lisa Godson, NCAD interviews Nancy Scheper-Hughes, the author of seminal anthropological text 'Saints, Scholars and Schizophrenics', a key inspiration for artist Duncan Campbell's new IMMA commission.
There are several programmes that use exploratory art-making to give you a richer understanding the exhibitions on show in the galleries. Know more about Studio 10 at IMMA.
To celebrate the exhibition IMMA Collection: Freud Project, we asked advertising agency Irish International BBDO to create a 20 second advertisement that would capture the feeling of seeing a Freud work in t...
As we enter the final weekend of Emily Jacir’s exhibition at IMMA ‘Europa’, ending this Sunday 26 February, we hear from Emily Jacir on the second week of her workshop “To Be Determined (for Jean)” which too...
Are you living with dementia or do you know someone who is? IMMA is one of the lead partners of a programme called ‘Azure’ which aims to make art galleries and museums around Ireland dementia-friendly spaces.
This month we are presenting "To Be Determined" a workshop with artist Emily Jacir in conjunction with her current exhibition at IMMA - Europa.
This October IMMA hosted an exciting workshop for teens, as part of Irish Architecture Foundation’s Open House Dublin.The session was an exploration of space and time by an impressive group of young people, ...
We’re all familiar with the challenge that gift giving brings this time of year. The IMMA Shop has a beautiful offer with a selection of creative and unique gifts.
Cherry Smyth, poet, curator and art writer, is one of the collaborators in Jaki Irvine's new work 'If the Ground Should Open...', a major new commission for IMMA.
A Food Power School took place at IMMA over three weeks as part of A Fair Land to re-discover the power in domestic life. Sophianne Lubasa, who took part in week two, tells us about her experience.
This is the second of two blogs by Ciara Ball from IMMA's Visitor Engagement Team introducing Gordon Lambert and his life as a collector and patron as documented through his archive.
In the first of two blogs Ciara Ball introduces Gordon Lambert and his life as a collector and art lover before a selection of material from his archive goes on display for National Heritage Week. Ciara Ball...
We are delighted to be able to publish, for the first time, a new work by Doireann written in response to the current retrospective of Carol Rama here at IMMA (closing 1 Aug 2016).
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