Sunday 3rd April 2009 - Irish Museum of Modern Art Kilmainham (IMMA) 1-3pm

Lots of good stuff at IMMA. Entries by Harry,Jessica,Catherine,James,Shamas and Veronika






















Sorry for late post today folks. Hugh Lane and WALK not happening yet. So lets go to IMMA in Kilmainham this Sunday. Outside is great for sketching if weather good but lots to see inside if too cold. Meet at gallery / museum cafe at three as per usual. http://www.imma.ie/en/subnav_1.htm

03 Mar 2009 17 May 2009
Hughie O'Donoghue: Recent Paintings and Selected Works from the American Ireland Fund DonationThis exhibition of 27 works by the leading British artist Hughie O’Donoghue marks a significant donation to IMMA of 39 works by the artist; facilitated by the American American Ireland Fund.
07 Mar 2009 26 Apr 2009

James ColemanThis exhibition presents a significant selection of works by the internationally-renowned Irish artist James Coleman. A collaboration between three of Dublin’s leading cultural venues, the exhibition will take place at the Irish Museum of Modern Art; Project Arts Centre; and the Royal Hibernian Academy.
10 Mar 2009 27 Sep 2009

Exploring a New Donation: Artworks from the Bank of Ireland join the IMMA CollectionExploring a New Donation celebrates the most recent gift of 25 works by the Bank of Ireland to IMMA’s Permanent Collection, a Heritage Gift under Section 1003 of the Taxes Consolidation Act, 1997.
01 Apr 2009 21 Jun 2009

Elizabeth Peyton: Reading and WritingThis is the first exhibition in Ireland by the American painter Elizabeth Peyton, known for her intimate portraits of youthful, romantic individuals ranging from friends to historical figures and celebrities.
01 Apr 2009 21 Jun 2009

Calder JewelleryCalder Jewellery is the first exhibition of its kind devoted exclusively to the jewellery work by the American artist Alexander Calder one of the most innovative and influential sculptors of the 20th-century. ADMISSION CHARGES APPLY.


Sunday and Bank Holidays: 12noon - 5.30pm

Museum Entrance on Military Road
By bus: Buses to Heuston Station (5 minutes walk via Military Rd): 26 from Wellington Quay; 51, 79 from Aston Quay; 90 Dart Feeder Bus from Connolly and Tara Street Stations to Heuston Station.Buses to James St (5 minutes walk via steps to Bow Lane onto Irwin St and Military Rd): 123 from O’Connell St/Dame St; 51B, 78A from Aston Quay.

By car: 10 minute drive from city centre. Unlimited free car parking.
On foot: Approximately 30 to 40 minutes from city centre.By train: 5 minute walk from Heuston Station; from Connolly and Tara Street Stations by 90 bus to Heuston Station


By Luas: Red line to Heuston Station, 5 minute walk to Museum entrance on Military Road.

8 comments:

galvinator said...

probably won't be out, but hope to see a few heads for the trip next weekend. Enjoy the IMMA, although didn't they take down that beautiful portrait of Brian Cowen, shame!

TAW Blog Admin said...

Yep shame about them taking down the portrait, or was it in the National Gallery?? Enjoy the Easter trip and see you some following Sunday.

James

Mary said...

Great Venue James, Hope to be there.

Lucky Fish said...

I'm sorry, I couldn't come this time. Really looking forward to Galway, enjoy your sunday everyone! :)

Tracy O'Brien said...

Sorry I couldn't make it either, was away for the night and didn't get back to Dublin on time! Looking forward to next weekend though - will make up for it then!

Mary said...

Enjoyed the trip James, and great company. I slipped in before I left to see the Calder Exhib., it was brilliant! Did a few sketches there also, will put them up later in the week!

Fran Johnston said...

sry I didn't make it. my friend is off to africa to work for a charity for a while so had to to go out for a goodbye dinner. it was a lovely day.I'm sure you all had a good time.

Mary said...

Great selection of work from IMMA . The Arches should be on Exhibition there!