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Talks & Events Information

Once you have made a booking, you will receive a notification by email with information about your event. If you have general queries about attending Talks at IMMA please see our Frequently Asked Questions page below.


Join Janice Hough, IMMA Residency Programmer, for an insightful tour of IMMA’s Studios. On this tour you will have the chance to meet some of the current artists working and living on site.  Each artist will give a short talk on current projects they are researching while at the museum.

Participating artists include:

Laurie Robins, artist and filmmaker whose work has used landscapes, texts and institutions as material to approach contemporary political questions. His films have focused on managerial practice, the challenges of representing ecological crisis, and the historical and environmental conditions of capitalism. See more details here.

Sibyl Montague’s practice foregrounds the primacy of material and its ability to perform. Working with a range of sources; vegetable and digital matter and engaging strategies of appropriation, or the (dis)assemblage and hacking of commodity goods. Her work focuses on locating generative, dissident terms from which to approach material and democratise form. See more details here

Studio Talks are part of IMMA’s informal studio tours, led by an IMMA curator with resident artists, where you will be guided through a diverse range of studio based work with selected resident artists. See current resident artists here.

No need to book in advance, just come to the Main Reception. Spaces are limited and are allocated on a first come basis, so be sure to arrive 10 minutes in advance.


IMMA Residency Programme

IMMA’s residency provides opportunities for national and international artists, curators, critical writers and art professionals to research and develop their practices onsite at the Museum. Bringing Irish and International practices together, the IMMA residency programme aims to generate a fresh creative space for participants at a crucial point in their career – whether emerging or established art professionals.See more details here