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While we are closed we will continue to share IMMA with you online. We have lots of online material and activities for you to do and access from home – explore the IMMA Collection Online with over 3,500 artworks; join our weekly art activity Explorer at Home; listen to our extensive talks; watch our exhibition videos; read our online magazine; join our #IMMAInsideOut collective online project and lots more.

On Tuesday 26 May we will launch IMMA Screen a new online screening series showcasing film and video works from the IMMA Collection. Previously only shown in an exhibition space, IMMA Screen provides an exciting opportunity for audiences to view artworks by Helen Cammock, Phil Collins, Vivienne Dick, Kevin Gaffney, Isabel Nolan and Alanna O’Kelly in their own homes. We are pleased to present Sanctuary/Wastelands (1994) by Alanna O’Kelly as the first work to be screened as part of this programme. Each screenings is available online for one month alongside a new interview with the artist.

Follow our social media channels to check in on our daily activity on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter. Make sure to tag us and use our hashtags so we can engage with you online. 

Check out our #IMMAStaffRecommends hashtag where we suggest other non-IMMA resources for you to explore.

The following is a comprehensive guide to help you access all our online activities, please check back regularly as we add more content in the coming weeks.

We wish everyone well and to stay safe during this time.


Explore the IMMA Collection Online

Explore the IMMA Collection Online, our National Collection of Modern and Contemporary Art with over 3500 artworks by Irish and international artists. Explore by artist name, title of artwork, date or artist medium from photography to installation to moving image, or just browse through the suggested highlighted artworks.

We share an artwork each day on our social channels under the hashtags #IMMACollection #WakeUpWithArt, these include themed weeks and in-depth explorations of specific artists works.


IMMA Screen

IMMA Screen is an online screening series showcasing film and video works from the IMMA Collection. Previously only shown in an exhibition space, IMMA Screen provides an exciting opportunity for audiences to view artworks by Helen Cammock, Phil Collins, Vivienne Dick, Kevin Gaffney, Isabel Nolan and Alanna O’Kelly in their own homes.

Available from Tuesday 26 May, we are pleased to present Sanctuary/Wastelands (1994) by Alanna O’Kelly as the first work to be screened as part of this programme. Each screenings is available online for one month alongside a new interview with the artist.

As we reflect on the psychological implications of newly imposed physical distancing between ourselves and others, IMMA Screen invites a timely reflection on the power and politics of representation and the continuous fabrications of the self and the other. In different ways, the works engage with performance and the role of the camera in the construction and mediation of identity. A number of these works also deal poignantly with ideas of loss and erasure.


Join the #IMMAInsideOut Collective Project

In this unusual time the #IMMAInsideOut Collective Project allows us to share art, ideas and our experiences. We asked our followers on social media to share their art and lives with all of us in a collective effort to combat social isolation and boredom using the hashtag #IMMAInsideOut.

In the last few weeks lots of people have decided to join us on this adventure and take photos of their lives these days – their unusual desktop or art studio at home, what they see from their window, who are they sharing the quarantine with or their kid’s creativity – sharing them on their social media channels and tagging us.

View our image gallery as a digital exhibition, a reflection of our shared experience of these exceptional times. Why not join us and share your world with us #IMMAInsideOut.


Art Activities, Explorer at Home

Our Explorer at Home art activities are available for children and adults to do and make at home. We share a new art activity every Wednesday afternoon on our social channels. You will find specially selected artworks, inspired by the IMMA Collection Online and our temporary Exhibition Programme, as starting points for creative activities.

We look forward to seeing your creations and invite you to share them with us online. Make sure to tag us and use the hashtag #ExploreratHome so you can see your work on our website.

All old and new activities are available to view on our Explorer at Home webpage under Explore More.


Read our weekly IMMA Magazine

We share lots of articles in our online IMMA Magazine written by artists, curators, poets, writers, IMMA staff and many other collaborators. Some recent articles for you to read are:

Exploring Bharti Kher’s Virus Series

Ideas of Queer Use by Sara Ahmed

Growing Wild at IMMA – a series exploring the biodiversity of IMMA’s grounds.

Watch our for our LONG READ articles posted on our social channels at the weekend with the newest magazine articles.


Listen Back to Talks, Seminars & Lectures

Visit our Talks page and listen back to selected talks or visit our Soundcloud channel where we have over 300 audio pieces available to explore. Some recent talks for you to listen to include:

Artist Discussion with Bharti Kher

Queering the Archives: Talks and Events

IMMA Archives: 1990s, Curator’s Talk with Johanne Mullan

Explore the IMMA Collection Artists: Talks and Responses playlist. We have dug deep into our audio archives to present recordings of past talks and discussion that feature contributions by IMMA Collection artists. Hear about the ideas and processes that inform the making of their work. This extensive archive, dating as far back as 1993, includes talks by Barrie Cooke, Antony Gormley, Rebecca Horn, Isaac Julien, Alice Maher, Brian O’Doherty and Lawrence Weiner.

Look out for our LONG LISTEN posts on our social channels at the weekends for the most recent talks to listen to.


Watch Exhibition Videos