The IMMA Collection is a unique resource which is made available to the public through a vibrant programme of temporary exhibitions and projects. Collection Exhibitions may explore the work of an individual artist, or address a theme or historic period.
Explore contemporary art, particularly construction, during a studio workshop and enjoy a guided tour of IMMA Collection: A Fiction Close to Reality. Artist Rachel Tynan will lead this practical workshop during which primary teachers will discover multiple links to the visual art curriculum.
This workshop is free but booking is essential. Places are limited and booking is on a first come, first served basis. You don’t need any prior knowledge or experience of art-making or to have attended previous workshops in this series. Warm but practical clothing is recommended due to working in studios and using art materials
If you are a primary teacher, this is a great opportunity to:
This is the final CPD workshop for primary teachers at IMMA during this academic year. Join the IMMA primary school teacher mailing list for information on upcoming events in the new school year 2019—2020.
|Saturday, 2 March 2019||10:00am-12:30pm|
Book your free tickets in advance.
Mary Farl Powers moved between the United States and Ireland until she settled in Dublin in the 1970s. Powers studied at the Dun Laoghaire School of Art and the National College of Art and Design. She joined the Graphic Studio, Dublin, in 1973 and developed an extensive body of print work which also incorporated cast paper and paper sculpture. She was a founding member of Aosdána in 1981, and the Graphic Studio Gallery in 1983. She served as a director of the Graphic Studio for many years.View Artist
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