Unleash your imagination this Cruinniú na nÓg at IMMA. To celebrate Ireland’s national day of creativity for children and young people we have a wide range of activities for you and your family to enjoy, all free;
Family Art Workshop at 2pm – 4pm.
Join us at 2pm for a family art workshop, based on artworks from IMMA’s exhibitions, families can discover their inner artist while having fun and creating amazing masterpieces. Led by our Visitor Engagement Team this is a wonderful family experience. Art materials are provided by IMMA.
Participation in this workshop is by ticket only. When booking, please include the total number of your group. To manage workshops safely and in accordance with government regulations, the total number of participants is strictly limited.
Book your free tickets here.
Explore our outdoor Artworks
Explore a wide range of artworks located around our beautiful gardens and meadows with the help of our outdoor artwork trail. Download your IMMA Outdoor artwork map here.
Discover the Biodiversity of the site
Pineappleweed, clover, self-heal and yarrow, these are just a handful of the various types of flowers and plants that can be located around the IMMA and RHK site. Find inspiration for your artwork and download your guide to the gardens and meadows of IMMA here.
Visit our exhibitions
Visit our current exhibitions:
Ghosts from the Recent Past, Northern Light, The David Kronn Photography Collection, IMMA Collection: Freud Project, Visual Voices, IMMA 30: Setting Out.
Entry to our exhibitions are by ticketed time slot. Book your tickets here.
Make sure to share your visit with us online! Take a photo at your favourite spot and share it with us using the hashtag #IMMAOutdoors
To ensure your visit is safe and enjoyable, learn more about Your Safe Visit to IMMA by clicking here.
Ireland is the first, and only, country in the world to have a national day of free creativity for children and young people under 18. Cruinniú na nÓg is a flagship initiative of the Creative Ireland Programme’s Creative Youth Plan to enable the creative potential of children and young people. The inaugural Cruinniú na nÓg took place on 23 June 2018 and for the past number of years, including under exceptional circumstances in 2020, young people and families have come together to enjoy, a wide range of creative activities including workshops and tutorials to recitals and readings in every city, town and village across the country. Cruinniú na nÓg is delivered in partnership with the 31 Local Authorities and supported by RTÉ. For more information, click here.
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