Engagement and Learning > Community, Families, Adults & Young People
IMMA has a broad range of family programmes to engage audiences of all ages:
Family Workshops & Activities
SUMMER FAMILY WORKSHOP - Mornings at the Museum
The outdoor art trail shows a map of the location of artworks in the grounds of IMMA. The text about each artwork has been specially written so that children can read it independently or with the help of accompanying adults. The activity booklet has games, puzzles and tasks specially focussed on the building and garden of IMMA and designed to enable children to explore the galleries and respond to their experience through writing, drawing and colouring.
Pick up your free pack at the main reception. We hope you enjoy exploring IMMA together.
WEEKLY FAMILY WORKSHOP - Explorer
Look, No Cows (2014)
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IMMA offers creative experiences for young people which consist of looking, discussing, and making, as well as engaging with IMMA’s exhibitions and Collection, and working with contemporary artists.
Art Workshops for Teens this Mid Term
Join artist Joe Coveney for a practical art workshop taking place in the IMMA Studios over the mid-term. In this two day workshop we will focus on the exhibition Sunset, Sunrise by Iranian artist Monir Shahroudy Farmanfarmaian.
Farmanfarmaian's art works include painting, sculpture, jewellery, tapestry, collages and works on paper, and they often incorporate a kaleidoscope-like range of rich colours set within geometric and architectural forms.
In exploring the practice of Farmanfarmaian our art making in the studio will involve thinking more about shapes and geometry and collaborating on a group sculptural drawing. We’ll use this as a springboard to develop our own individual drawings and some further 3D work.
This is a great opportunity to meet and work with a contemporary artist, gain knowledge and practical experience of contemporary art in the galleries, discuss ideas and create art.
Workshops for 13-15 years old take place from 11:00 to 13:00
Online booking is essential. Free but places limited. Book Now
Studio10, a programme for adults of all levels of creative experience, includes tours, discussions, and experimental art-making. The programme is scheduled into blocks of consecutive weekly sessions, with each block addressing a particular exhibition. Based from IMMA’s Studio10.
Blocks of sessions are free, no booking is required, and participants may attend multiple blocks as they so wish.
Friday 14, 21, 28 September |Andrea Geyer, When We
For further detailed information on this programme and for dates of upcoming tours please visit the dedicated Azure page on our website.
Pre-booked Guided Tours
Guided tours are available for special interest groups including schools, colleges and adult/community education. Tours are led by IMMA staff and are free of charge except for occasional temporary exhibitions - students in full time education are exempt from this charge. Tour times: Tuesday to Friday at 9.30am; 10:00am, 10.30am, 11.00am and 2.30pm. Booking required.
Maximum School group size 32.Two adults should accompany each school group. Maximum Adult group size 50. Please click here to book a tour online or tel: 01 612-9937, email: firstname.lastname@example.org, at least two weeks in advance. Please read the Terms and Conditions before booking your tour.
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