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3.5.1. Current Projects
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3.7. Events at IMMA
05 Apr 2006
08 Apr 2006
Outside-Inside - The Process Room, IMMA
This exhibition, by members of the Irish Wheelchair Association, drawns its inspiration from the IMMA Collection.
16 Mar 2006
15 Apr 2006
Connected – Unconnected: An exhibition from the IMMA Collection - Dock Centre, Carrick on Shannon, Co Leitrim
Working in partnership with the Leitrim Arts Office and the Museum’s National Programme staff members from Leitrim County Council were invited to curate an exhibition of works from the IMMA Collection.
13 Mar 2006
07 Apr 2006
IMMA: Outside by Us - Tullamore Arts Office
This exhibition is the result of collaboration between Offaly County Arts Office, the Irish Wheelchair Association and IMMA.
09 Mar 2006
26 Mar 2006
Opposite ends of the Spectrum - Wexford Arts Centre
This current project is based on the theme of opposites and includes work by John Kindness, Ilya Kabakov and Janet Mullarney.
27 Jan 2006
25 Feb 2006
Flesh - Siamsa Tire Theatre, Tralee, Co Kerry
Flesh is an uncompromising look at contemporary figurative art including artists such as Marina Abramoviç, Patrick Hall and Janet Mullarney.
27 Jan 2006
25 Feb 2006
Louis le Brocquy - Cill Rialaig, Ballinskelligs, Co Kerry
This exhibition explores the work of the highly-regarded Irish artist Louis le Brocquy.
21 Nov 2005
25 Nov 2005
Visage, Carrigaline Community College, Co Cork
This exhibition is part of the annual arts week and is the second collaboration with Carrigaline Community College.
14 Nov 2005
18 Nov 2005
Selected work from the IMMA Collection, Co Waterford
This project included Museum visits, introducing the students to the Museum and its Collection, encouraging the students to take ownership of the Collection.
01 Nov 2005
16 Dec 2005
Do you know what you saw?, Tallaght Community Arts Centre
Do you know what you saw? by Andrew Vickery is a piece which is based around a journey which the artist made to see a performance of Wagner's Parsifal in Bayreuth.
17 Oct 2005
28 Oct 2005
SPLANC, County Carlow
SPLANC is a new event conceived to enhance the year round programme of cultural activities in Carlow for young people.
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