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.
Claire Halpin leads this two-day practical workshop focusing on the IMMA Collection exhibition Freud Project, Life Above Everything: Lucian Freud and Jack B. Yeats. In the studio participants will have the opportunity to make a creative response to their experience in the gallery.
|Thurs 31 Oct & Fri 1 Nov||13–15 years old||11:00–13:00 both days|
|Thurs 31 Oct & Fri 1 Nov||15–18 years old||14:00–16:00 both days|
This two-day workshop is a great opportunity to:
This mid-term workshop is free but must be booked online. Places are limited and allocated on a first come, first serve basis. Please present a copy of your ticket when you arrive at IMMA for the workshop. If, following booking, you are unable to take up your place at the workshop, please inform IMMA as soon as possible so that the vacant place may be reallocated. This is a hands-on workshop in an art studio using a range of materials and processes; participants are advised to dress appropriately.
Contact IMMA Engagement and Learning for further information.
During the online booking process, the participant(s) will be asked to agree to the terms and conditions of participating in workshops and events for teens and young people at IMMA. Click here to read those T&Cs.
This is a practical workshop using art materials in studios external to the main museum building. Participants should dress appropriately for these conditions.
Irish painter Jack Butler Yeats was born in London and grew up in Sligo. He attended the Government School of Design and the Westminster School of Art. Yeats was elected a member of the Royal Hibernian Academy in 1916. His painting ‘The Liffey Swim’ won a silver medal at the 1924 Olympic Games in Paris. The broad fluid brushstrokes of that work mark the beginning of his expressive and experimental style. Yeats's work is held in numerous national collections including IMMA, the National Gallery of Ireland, Dublin City Gallery The Hugh Lane, Crawford Art Gallery.View Artist
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