IMMA receives approximately 84% of its funding from the Department of Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media. To ensure the continued growth of our ambitious programmes and the development and care of the Irish National Collection of Modern and Contemporary Art, we must generate additional funds from a variety of private sources.
Now in its 30th year, IMMA is consolidating its role in the Irish cultural landscape. As we move into this next chapter IMMA seeks to become a Global Connector, a Change Maker, and to transform the 48 acre campus into a Radically Public Space. You can help us achieve this vision by making a donation to our IMMA30 Future Fund, becoming a Corporate Partner, or joining our Patrons Programme.
Contact our Development Team to find out more: [email protected]
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