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14 Oct 2004
13 Nov 2004
Beneath the Sky, Cavan Museum
Beneath the Sky combines artworks by Irish and international artists in a wide variety of media and includes a print by Sean Scully, video by Caroline McCarthy and paintings by Barrie Cooke

10 Sep 2004
02 Oct 2004
Portals to the Imagination, West Cork Arts Centre
This exhibition provides a gateway to the imagination through works by

01 Sep 2004
31 Dec 2004
Selected Works from the IMMA Collection, St Vincent's Trust, Dublin
Selected by the staff and students of the St Vincentís Trust, this exhibition comprises

17 Jul 2004
31 Jul 2004
Responding to the land, Burren College of Art
'Responding to the land' is an exhibition of work from the Collection of the Irish Museum of Modern Art which will be shown at Burren College of Art in Co Clare, as part of the collegeís 10th anniversary celebrations

04 Jul 2004
09 Jul 2004
Terrain - Loughree, Co Longford
This exhibition is a collaborative project between IMMA's National Programme, Longford Arts Office and Fingal Arts Office working with local students from Lanesborough and Fingal.

04 Jul 2004
09 Jul 2004
Paintings from the Collection
In a new partnership between the Lough Rea Summer School/Arts Festival and the Museum, a selection of large paintings from the Collection will go on display in County Longford.

01 Jun 2004
30 Jun 2004
Art Alongside - Wexford Arts Centre
An exhibition of works from IMMA's Collection is shown alongside works by schoolchildren from five local national schools as part of the annual Art Alongside Children's Festival

15 May 2004
08 Jun 2004
Beyond the human form - Mountshannon, Co Clare
This exhibition and related events is presented as part of the Iniscealtra Festival of the Arts. Based on the theme of the human form it is accompanied by workshops aimed at national school children from the East Clare area.

21 Jan 2004
28 Mar 2004
Branching Out 2004
Branching Out is an education and outreach programme supported by National Irish Bank in partnership with the National Programme

06 Nov 2003
07 Dec 2003
Once is Too Much, Galway Arts Centre
This exhibition, made in collaboration with the Family Resource Centre, St. Michaelís Estate, Inchicore, and artists Ailbhe Murphy, Joe Lee, Rhona Henderson, and Rochelle Rubenstein, explores issues relating to violence against women.

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