Meeting Point at IMMA main reception When you visit IMMA there are lots of ways you can find out more about the artists we exhibit or the artworks on display.
When you are here in the galleries the easiest way to find out more is to speak to any member of our Visitor Engagement Team, who are easily identifiable through their blue lanyards (see image above). Visitor Engagement Facilitators are not only knowledgeable about the particular exhibition you are visiting, but also about contemporary art in general, and are happy to answer any questions you might have, big or small.
The team also regularly give informal guided tours which provide a great general introduction to current exhibitions. These 30mins tours take place on Wednesdays at 1.15pm and Saturday and Sundays at 2.30pm.† No booking is required, you can just come to the Meeting place in the Main reception at IMMA.
Read†/ Listen / Find out more
Every exhibition at IMMA has a complimentary printed exhibition guide which will tell you more about the work. You can pick one up at reception or at the entrance to each exhibition. Ask a member of the Visitor Engagement Team if you canít locate a copy. You can also find a pdf of the guide on the relevant exhibition page on our website.
We regularly produce introductory videos for our contemporary exhibitions which you can watch online on our (External) youtube channel or in-gallery. Look for the TV screens at the entrance to the Main Galleries on the 1st floor, or near reception as you exit to the Courtyard Galleries, or visit our website.
All IMMA TALKS are recorded and made available on our (External) Soundcloud page , an incredible resource where you can hear directly from artists, curators and leading thinkers on the themes behind the work we present.
We hope you enjoy your visit! Let us know what you think on (External) facebook or (External) twitter where we post daily updates. or share your images on (External) instagram . Don't forget to tag us in so we can hear about your visit experience.
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