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Email info@imma.ie
Website http://www.modernart.ie
Executive Director
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Mission Statement A museum of modern and contemporary art.
Program Name Artist's Work Programme
Program Contact Ms. Janice Hough, Artists' Residency Programme Coordinator
Program Phone
Program Email janice.hough@imma.ie
Year Program Founded 0
Description of Program The Museum’s Artists’ Residency Programme is a studio / residency programme which operates in converted coach houses adjacent to the main Museum building. The programme is intended to provide opportunities for artists to research and develop their work practice, and is open to artists of all nationalities working in any medium, by application or invitation. The programme emphasises the working process rather than the finished product and enables artists to explore new ideas and ways of working in the context of the developing identity of the Museum and its various programmes. The Museum’s 17th-century architecture and grounds, its Collection, Exhibition, Education and Community and National Programme provide a challenging and dynamic environment within which the definition of art and artists can be tested. The Artists' Residency Programme studios are programmed approximately a year in advance. There are eight studio spaces, four upstairs studios and four larger downstairs spaces. Each studio has the possibility of accompanying accommodation space, either in self-contained apartments over the studios or in the accommodation block, the Flanker Building, which can house five artists at a time. The artist’s presence on the Programme is funded in terms of studio/accommodation, relevant administrative back-up and a bursary of €400 per month for the duration of the residency. Specific proposals may necessitate extra fund-raising with which the Museum may assist.
Conditions/Public Service Requirements Artists participating in the Artists’ Work Programme make themselves as available as possible to meet with visitors to the Museum, providing access to the process of making art and giving the public an additional layer of experience to that available in the Museum’s galleries.
Award Website
Where does the program take place? Art Museum
Does this program primarily support the creation of new work? Yes
Support or Services Provided as part of the Program
  • Stipend, how much: $546.00
  • Housing
  • Studio Space
Description of Support or Services
Amount Awarded by this Program (if an award)
Related Arts
CategoryDisciplineSecondaryTertiary
Arts-Related ProfessionsCurators
LiteratureCriticism/Arts Journalism
Visual ArtsPrintmaking
Performance Art/InterdisciplinaryPerformance Art
Visual ArtsInstallation
Media ArtsFilm
Media ArtsVideo/Digital
Visual ArtsPhotography
Visual ArtsSculpture
Visual ArtsPainting
Residency Programs Open to Applicants Worldwide
Gender No Requirement
Age No Requirement
Can Previous Awardees Re-apply?
Ethnicity
  • No Requirement
Career Point
  • No Requirement
Special Population
  • No Requirement
Other Restrictions
Total Number of Applicants (annually) 0
Total Number of Recipients (annually) 0
Total Number of Awards (annually) 0
Total Amount Awarded by this Program (annually) $0
Procedure Open Application
Contact Requirements PLEASE NOTE: In the near future IMMA will confirm just one application deadline yearly to the ARP. During 2010 the ARP at IMMA is reviewing and changing its application and programming structure, this means that the application deadlines, 31 March and 30 September yearly, are now permanently suspended.
Material/Process An official application form and should include CV, visuals & documentation of work and a full proposal for a programme of work.
Application Fee $0
Exact Deadline
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Deadline3
Deadline4
Approximate Deadline TBA
Rolling Deadline No
Ideal Contact Month for New Application and Guidelines
Selection Process/Criteria n/a
Notification Process n/a
Are awardees required to submit a Final Report? False
Awardee's Public Service Requirement? Artists participating in the Artists’ Work Programme make themselves as available as possible to meet with visitors to the Museum, providing access to the process of making art and giving the public an additional layer of experience to that available in the Museum’s galleries.