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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In Other News...

Professional Development Workshops

March 14 2017

The IMA is pleased to present a series of professional development workshops tailored to further develop your arts practice.   This series...

Goodbyes and Hellos

March 6 2017

After eleven years at the IMA, our bookkeeper, Jewel Mackenzie is retiring. The IMA will not be the same without...

Annual Lecture Series

February 22 2017

Why don’t we talk about colour in art anymore?   Colour was once central to the understanding of art. Up...

Upcoming Events

Double Opening, Tan and O’Brien
1 April 2017

Celebrate the start of our Autumn season with a double opening on Saturday 1 April, Fiona Tan and Liam O'Brien....

Paula Dunlop Collection Launch
5 April 2017

See, try and shop Paula Dunlop’s new collection, SPOKED, in an exclusive preview event. Wednesday 5 April, 6-8pm. Designer-maker Paula...

Audio-Visual Installation 101
8 April 2017

Become a pro at setting up single- and multi-channel video and sound installations! This hands-on workshop covers the most common...

MONO 24: Terre Thaemlitz
13 April 2017

The IMA and Room40 are pleased to present MONO 24 featuring Terre Thaemlitz. Terre Thaemlitz (1968) is an award winning multi-media...

Hanging & Handling 2D Art
22 April 2017

For professional artists, as well as art collectors and enthusiasts wanting to present their two-dimensional artworks in the best possible...