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Irish Museum of Modern Art

  • Are you a teenager with CF interested in making art?

    21st February, 2019

    Teenagers aged 13 – 16 with Cystic Fibrosis are invited to take part in a new online art programme*…

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  • Two Suitcases Promenade Day at IMMA: Images and Films

    28th July, 2016

    On Saturday 25th June, visitors to the Irish Museum of Modern Art were invited to take part in a…

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  • Two Suitcases Family Promenade Day at IMMA

    28th April, 2016

    Join Helium Arts for a special family promenade day at the Irish Museum of Modern Art on Saturday 25…

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  • Responding to the Old Man’s House: Reflections on the Two Suitcases Project 2015

    26th September, 2015

    On this year’s Two Suitcases film project, members of CanTeen, the national…

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  • Helium Summer Film Screening

    3rd June, 2014

    Helium Arts will hold its annual film screening on 12 July 2014 at the Irish Museum of Modern Art….

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  • Two Suitcases Project 2013: The making of ‘The Forge’ at IMMA

    18th January, 2014

    On a sunny autumn day in 2013, bemused families looked on as teenagers in medieval costume went to battle…

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