IMMA’s Visitor Engagement Team will lead an exciting art workshop for teens, in association with the Irish Architecture Foundation’s Open House 2019 Junior programme, focusing on the exhibition Desire: A Revision from the 20th Century to the Digital Age. In the studio participants will have the opportunity to make a creative multi-media response to their experience in the gallery, exploring the themes of art in motion and how identity can be expressed through making.
|Sunday 13 October 2019||13-18 years old||14:00-16:30|
This workshop is a great opportunity to:
This 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.
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