Opportunities for Individuals and Collaborative Practices.
As IMMA enters its 30th Birthday year, we welcome applications from artists and cultural practitioners nationwide as to how our studios can be used as an expanding base for research and engagements through site activities and interventions in 2021.
This year IMMA will bring a major part of it’s programming outdoors, a central component to this will be IMMA’s ‘Studio Street’ focusing on practices emerging from IMMA’s Residency to activate the wide open space with performances, workshops, pop up exhibitions, readings, interventions and digital content. This year IMMA is prioritising public processes to activate the full scope of the Museum grounds in creative and meaningful ways.
Residencies will run from one to nine months, commencing from April 2021. Artists must be a resident of Ireland and have resided here for at least one year prior to the application deadline.
Find out more information here.
IMMA’s Production Residencies are established to support ambitious international programming partnerships with Irish institutions and projects.
IMMA continues to bring international curators and visual arts researchers to Dublin for short stays focusing on studio visits with emerging and established artists based in Ireland.
The residency works closely with core museum programming to support invited research and production for IMMA projects.
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