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How We Programme
Opportunities for Arts Individuals and Groups
IMMA's residency has a yearly open call to receive applications from artists, curators, critics, cultural programmers etc. Opportunities for 2015 are now closed and the next deadline will be announced in Spring 2015.
IMMA will continue to programme artists nominated through professional recommendations from partner institutions and projects.
The Museum will see the start of a new mentoring award for a selected recent undergraduate in the field of visual arts. Selection criteria and eligibility will be available on IMMA’s website in the near future.
Opportunities for Arts Organisations / Curators / Cultural Programmers
IMMA’s National Production Residencies
IMMA invites national visual arts organisations to propose artists who may be interested in working at the Museum for a focused period of time leading to a specific exhibition / project with the nominating venue. This new area of programming has already supported projects with
Project Arts Centre
Temple Bar Galleries + Studios
. Further partnerships will be announced throughout the year.
IMMA’s International Residency Partnerships
IMMA is continuing developments to consolidate international exchange partnerships with a view to announcing two new opportunities for arts practitioners to live and work with established international partners.
IMMA Fellowship Residency
IMMA is delighted to support a visiting Research Fellow in collaboration with MA Art in the Contemporary World, NCAD.
International Visitors Programme
IMMA and the Project Arts Centre are continuing to bring prominent international curators to Dublin for focused studio visits with emerging and established artists working in Ireland. This new initiative is kindly supported by Culture Ireland.
We would like to thank those who are kindly supporting the Museums residency including the Goethe-Institut Irland, Alliance Française Dublin, Culture Ireland and other partners connecting with the programme through individuals participating on the residency.
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