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NEW EVENTS

Explorer Family Programmes
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TeenCreate - for 12 to 15 year olds
24 November 2012
26 January 2013
23 February 2013
20 April 2013
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Studio 8 - for 15 to 18 year olds
6 October 2012
10 November 2012
8 December 2012

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Gallery Sessions for Adults
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FAMILIES


Literary IMMA Art Trail
Look, No Cows is a trail for families by Siobhán Parkinson which visits her favourite artworks from IMMA's Collection in the museum grounds. The booklet includes a map and is available free of charge.

Watch below video with Siobhan Parkinson walking the trail with children: (video length approx. 19 minutes)

IMMA Art Trail Logo IMMA Art Trails
Bronze, Steel, Natural Materials: three IMMA trails with beautiful maps featuring outdoor works from the IMMA Collection are available free of charge in the galleries and in the basement corridor opposite the book shop.

To download the IMMA Art Trails please click on the below links:

arrow link" /> Bronze: IMMA Art Trail (Adobe PDF - 339KB)

arrow link" /> Steel: IMMA Art Trail (Adobe PDF - 363KB)

arrow link" /> Natural: IMMA Art Trail (Adobe PDF - 1.55MB)

Exhibition Notes for Families
Please arrow link" /> click to download the exhibition notes for families for the exhibition Analysing Cubism

Please

>arrow link click to download the exhibition notes for families for the exhibition Alice Maher: Becoming .

Illustrated Books of Myths, Legends and Fairy Tales for Families
Myths, legends and fairy tales are important to Alice Maher and her work. Thanks to a generous loan of illustrated books from Children's Books Ireland, IMMA visitors to Earlsfort Terrace have an opportunity to read and enjoy classical, international and Irish myths, legends and fairy tales. Please ask for our book box at the reception desk.

The Response Room at IMMA @ Earlsfort Terrace
During your visit to IMMA @ Earlsfort Terrace, drop into the Response Room Area in our Education & Community Room. Tell us about your experience of the artworks on exhibition, make an artwork with the materials in the room (graphite pencils, colouring pencils, paper) or have a look at what other visitors have written or drawn in response to their experiences at IMMA.

Explorer for Families

Every Sunday from 7 October to 2 December
Location: IMMA @ NCH at Earlsfort Terrace, adjacent to the National Concert Hall off St Stephen's Green.

Every Sunday from 27 January to 17 February 2013
Location: IMMA @ NCH at Earlsfort Terrace, adjacent to the National Concert Hall off St Stephen's Green.

Every Sunday from 24 February to 26 May 2013
Location : IMMA, The New Galleries, Royal Hospital Kilmainham.


IMMA's family programme, Explorer , welcomes children and adults to experience art works and art making together on Sunday afternoons, in the company of two of IMMA's gallery staff, the Mediators.
Explorer is:

For further information about Explorer please contact Katy Fitzpatrick, Projects Co-ordinator: Children's Programmes, email: katy.fitzpatrick@imma.ie or contact the information desk email: frontofhouse@imma.ie

What's on at IMMA for Families?

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YOUNG PEOPLE

TEENCREATE   PROGRAMME FOR 12 – 15 YEAR OLDS
TeenCreate   aims to provide 12-15 year olds with innovative creative experiences that connect with IMMA’s Collection and Exhibitions.

Monthly sessions take place either in our new off-site location at Earlsfort Terrace (adjacent to the National Concert Hall) or in Studio 10 at IMMA. They consist of a tour/discussion and an art-making workshop.

Booking: sessions are free but booking is advised. Please book at email:  katy.fitzpatrick@imma.ie   or tel: 01 6129914.

For further information please contact Katy Fitzpatrick, Project-Co-ordinator: Children’s Programmes, Education & Community Department, email:  katy.fitzpatrick@imma.ie , tel: 01 612 99 14.


Logo for Studio 8, Young Peoples Programme at IMMA STUDIO 8 PROGRAMME FOR 15-18 YEAR OLDS

The Studio 8 programme aims to provide young people with a variety of opportunities to connect with IMMA.

Gallery/studio sessions for 15-18 year olds will take place on the below dates. These facilitated sessions will comprise a gallery tour/discussion and an art-making workshop.

Booking: the sessions are free but booking is requested – to book please email: edcommbooking@imma.ie or tel: 01 6129900.

For further information please contact Caroline Orr, Curator Education and Community Department, email: caroline.orr@imma.ie , tel: 01 612 99 56.

What's on at IMMA for Young People?

arrow link" /> Gallery Visit
arrow link" /> Public Tours
arrow link" /> Heritage Tours
arrow link" /> Talks & Lectures
arrow link" /> ARP: Public Access

For further information please contact Caroline Orr, Curator Education & Community Department, email caroline.orr@imma.ie , tel: 01-612 9956.

ADULTS

Participants from a Charcoal & Chocolate workshop with artist Leanne Mullen, 2004. Photograph: Mirjam Keune, IMMA Artists' Panel.

WORKSHOPS
IMMA offers a range of once-off and ongoing workshops to provide people with an opportunity to create work in response to their experiences visiting the gallery spaces and meeting artists. Workshops are led by professional artists and members of the Museum's arrow link" /> Mediators (gallery-based staff). Workshops take place in Studios 8, 9 and 10, and also in the galleries.

GALLERY SESSIONS FOR ADULTS
Gallery sessions for adults of all levels of creative experience, combine facilitated exhibition tours, discussions, art-making and more, and are an excellent springboard for engaging with modern and contemporary art.

In spring 2013 there are four blocks of consecutive weekly sessions, 10am-12.30pm, on below mentioned Fridays.
Each block addresses a particular exhibition at IMMA and is facilitated by two IMMA Mediators.

No booking is required; however, we request please that you do not attend more than two blocks and that the blocks you attend do not run consecutively.

BLOCK A, 11, 18 & 25 January:
Sessions based from: IMMA, Royal Hospital Kilmainham, Dublin 8
Exhibition focus: Ned Kelly Series by Sidney Nolan, presented by Etihad Airways

BLOCK B, 1, 8, 15 & 22 March:
Sessions based from: IMMA, Royal Hospital Kilmainham, Dublin 8
Exhibition focus: Analysing Cubism
(please note, the session on 22 March will be located at an alternative venue yet to be confirmed)

BLOCK C, 5, 12, 19 & 26 April:
Sessions based from: IMMA, Royal Hospital Kilmainham, Dublin 8
Exhibition focus: Analysing Cubism
(please note, the session on 12 March will be located at an alternative venue yet to be confirmed)

BLOCK D, 3, 10, 17 & 24 May:
Sessions based from: IMMA @ NCH, Earlsfort Terrace, Dublin 2
Exhibition focus: I knOw yoU

For further information please contact Caroline Orr, Curator Education and Community Department, email: caroline.orr@imma.ie , tel: 01 612 99 56.


What's on at IMMA for Adults?

arrow link" /> Gallery Visit
arrow link" /> Public Tours
arrow link" /> Heritage Tours
arrow link" /> Talks & Lectures
arrow link" /> ARP: Public Access

For further information on programmes for Adults please contact Lisa Moran, Curator: Education and Community Programmes, email: lisa.moran@imma.ie or Caroline Orr, Curator: Education and Community Programmes, tel: 01-612 9956, email: caroline.orr@imma.ie

GROUPS

Free tours
Groups can book online for a free guided tour of IMMA's exhibitions. Please note tours must be booked at least three weeks in advance of your intended visit. To book a tour please click arrow link" /> here .

Artists' Residency Programme visits
Groups can organise to meet one or more of the artists working on IMMA's Artists Residency Programme in the Museum's studios. All visits to the Artists Residency Programme are free of charge but advanced booking is required. To book please contact Janice Hough, Artists Residency Programme Coordinator, email: arp@imma.ie or contact the information desk at email: frontofhouse@imma.ie

Studio 10 Workshops
Workshops for groups can be arranged in conjunction with a free guided tour or an Artists' Residency Programme visit. In this way, groups can discuss art work in the gallery or studio spaces and afterwards have a facilitated art making workshop. Please note workshops must be booked at least three weeks in advance of your intended visit. For further information or to book please contact Lisa Moran, Curator: Education and Community Programmes, tel: 01-612 9912, email: lisa.moran@imma.ie or Caroline Orr, Curator: Education and Community Programmes, tel: 01-612 9956, email: caroline.orr@imma.ie

 

 

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