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17 May 2011
25 Jun 2011
Altered Images: Regional Cultural Centre, Letterkenny
Altered Images is the result if a partnership intiative of IMMA’s National Programm, Mayo County Council Arts Office and South Tipperary County Council Arts Service. Accessible, interactive and inclusive in ethos, Altered Images aims to stimulate engagement with the visual arts for the general public and particularly for people with disabilities.

02 May 2011
nasc, Féile na Bealtaine
An intiative of the Courthouse studio and the Irish Museum of Modern Art's National Programme and Artists' Residency Programme (ARP), nasc is an exciting discursive exchange of artist's work/practice, ideas and modes of display. It develops the connection that the Irish Museum of Modern Art (IMMA) has with the West Kerry Gaeltacht through the work of Lisbeth Mulcahy for Féile na Bealtaine. This new intiative provides an artist on IMMA's Artists' Residency Programme the opportunity to spend part of his or her residency in Corca Dhuibhne.

14 Apr 2011
03 Jul 2011
Post-War American Art at The Lewis Glucksman Gallery
In association with The Lewis Glucksman Gallery, Post-War American Art: the Novak/O'Doherty Collection is shown on the occassion of the pledged gift by art historian Barbara Novak and Brian O'Doherty/Patrick Ireland to the IMMA Collection.

22 Mar 2011
09 Apr 2011
Children Get Choosy with IMMA
Children Get Choosy with IMMA opens to the public at Wexford Arts Centre on Wednesday 23 January 2011. An initiative of the Arts Department of Wexford County Council, Art Alongside is a visual arts programme based in primary schools throughout County Wexford. The six schools involved in the 2010 / 2011 project are Barntown National School, St. Patrick’s N.S, Craanford, Scoil Naomh Aine, Rathgarogue, Cushinstown National School, Kildavin National School and Courtnacuddy National School.

14 Feb 2011
27 Apr 2011
Altered Images at Crawford Art Gallery
Accessible, interactive and inclusive in ethos, Altered Images aims to stimulate engagement with the visual arts for the general public and particularly for people with disabilities.

30 Oct 2010
19 Nov 2010
Record - Siamsa Tire, Tralee
Record consists of three film works from the IMMA Collection by artists Sarah Morris, Phil Collins & Gerardo Suter. The exhibition focus is on film works, which represent reality in a documentary style. This collaboration will coincide with the Kerry Film Festival, now in its twelfth year. www.siamsatire.com

09 Sep 2010
21 Oct 2010
Line Exploring Space: Drawings from the IMMA Collection in Thurles
Line exploring space: Drawings from the IMMA Collection opens at The Source Arts Centre, Thurles, Co Tipperary, at 8.00pm on Thursday 9 September 2010. The exhibition continues at the Tipperary Institute, Thurles Campus. The collaboration is the result of an established relation between The Tipperary Institute and The Source Arts Centre. However, it is the first time both venues have worked together with the National Programme at the Irish Museum of Modern Art.

02 Jul 2010
25 Aug 2010
Dust in the Air Suspended, County Museum, Clonmel
Dust in the Air Suspended is an exhibition of works from the collections of IMMA and the Arts Council of Ireland, hosted by South Tipperary County Council.

25 Jun 2010
21 Jul 2010
Sacred, Higher Bridges Gallery and off site venues in Enniskillen
The project used the visual arts as a tool to initiate conversations around the notions of sacred, divinity and spirituality by discussing the shared, experiential aspects of religions as opposed to focusing on their differences.

17 Jun 2010
15 Aug 2010
Altered Images, Irish Museum of Modern Art
Accessible, interactive and inclusive in ethos, Altered Images aims to stimulate engagement with the visual arts for the general public and particularly for people with disabilities.

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