IMA News

Exhibitions & Events Guide

“This year, we are delighted to be working with a diverse and visionary group of artists. Their approach to materials, space, and ideas will regularly transform the Institute of Modern Art (IMA) and give us new tools for perceiving the world. It promises to be a year of both playful aesthetic adventures that push the limits of art, and careful critiques of the challenges facing us in these uncertain times. We look forward to sharing these utterly captivating artistic visions with you this year.” (excerpt from introduction)

 

Aileen Burns & Johan Lundh, Executive Directors, IMA

 

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Annual Lecture Series

February 22 2017

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Happy New Year!

January 3 2017

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Announcing Our 2017 Exhibition Program

November 21 2016

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Upcoming Events

First Thursdays, Radha La Bia
2 March 2017

Launching our First Thursdays program for the year, performance artist Shahmen Suku will take over the IMA courtyard as his persona Radha La...

Bus Tour, Close enough
4 March 2017

Caloundra Regional Gallery has kindly organised a free bus tour, for their opening of Close enough: Young Queensland artists on...

In Colour, debate
9 March 2017

Our 2017 lecture series In Colour looks at the often-neglected topic of colour in contemporary art. Throughout the year, a...

QFF Screening, Dyketactics
11 March 2017

Presented as a partnership between Queensland Film Festival, the Institute of Modern Art, the Brisbane Queer Film Festival, and the...

Art Enquirer
17 March 2017

Art Enquirer is a young artist development program in critical writing skills especially for senior students of visual arts from...