We are delighted to be taking part in the Culture Date with Dublin 8 May Weekender on Saturday 14 and Sunday 15 May. Culture Date with Dublin 8 is a neighbourhood initiative, which celebrates Dublin 8’s rich cultural, historical and architectural heritage, encouraging people who are living, working and visiting the area to explore what is on their doorstep. Join us for a biodiversity tour of our gardens, create your own artwork in our family art workshop Explorer or attend a gallery tour exploring the exhibition The Narrow Gate of the Here-and-Now.
For a full programme of events throughout Dublin 8 please visit the Culture Date with Dublin8 website.
Events at IMMA
Explore the Green Cube: Biodiversity Tour of IMMA’s Gardens
Saturday 14 May, 2pm
Free, Booking required, please click here to book your place.
Join us for a tour of the magnificent formal gardens and meadows, exploring the flora and fauna of IMMA and the Royal Hospital Kilmainham.
Guided Gallery Tours: Exploring the exhibition Queer Embodiment
Saturday 14 and Sunday 15 May, 2.30pm
Free, No booking required. Meeting Point, IMMA Reception
Explore the work of artists in Chapter One: Queer Embodiment of the major museum-wide exhibition The Narrow Gate of the Here-and-Now. This is the final weekend to see Chapter One as it ends on 15 May.
Explorer Family Workshop: Create your own Artwork
Sunday 15 May , 2 – 4pm
Free, Booking essential, click here to book your place.
Enjoy some creative family time with our Explorer family art workshop. Children and grown-ups will explore selected artworks in the museum and make artworks together. Led by our Visitor Engagement Team, this is a fun family experience. All materials provided.
Visit the exhibition The Narrow Gate of the Here-and-Now
Sat 14 May 10am to 5.30pm, Sun 15 May 12noon – 5.30pm.
Admission Free, Book your tickets in advance here
Visit the ambitious exhibition called The Narrow Gate of the Here-and-Now that showcases the IMMA Collection and the history of the Museum since 1991. Presented in four themed exhibitions and with over 200 artworks that includes a wide range of contemporary Irish artists. This is the final weekend to see Chapter One: Queer Embodiment as it ends on 15 May.
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