Founded in 2007 as The Irish Museum of Contemporary Art, IMOCA is an artist-led initiative dedicated to advancing education about, awareness and appreciation of, and participation in contemporary, experimental and emerging arts practices. In 2015 IMOCA has evolved into the Independent Museum of Contemporary Arts, with affiliate projects and art centres in various countries.
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IRL: In Real Life 2011

IRL: In Real Life 2011

Call for Papers, Panels, Workshops and Presenters: IRL: In Real Life 2011 Challenging, Changing and Hacking Practices of Human-Being Hosted by the Irish Museum of Contemporary Art [IMOCA] Conference July 13, 14 ,15; Exhibition opens Friday July 15th DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSIONS IS 5:00 PM, TUESDAY MARCH 29, 2011 Please address submissions or enquiries to submissions@imoca.ie...

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Geraint Evans: untitled acrylic diptych

Geraint Evans: untitled acrylic diptych

IMOCA is very pleased to announce the acquisition of a piece by Geraint Evans. The untitled acrylic diptych is part of Evans’ 2009 ‘Aftermath’ series, and was exhibited in the inaugural 2010 New Living Art exhibition, in which Evans was one of over 30 participating artists. More information on Evans can be found at http://www.gezlifeandart.blogspot.com/...
NLA: Best In Show- Sunday, 11th July 2010, 2-4pm

NLA: Best In Show- Sunday, 11th July 2010, 2-4pm

As part of NLA, artist/curator Kate Strain presents Best In Show: a Nice Long Afternoon of dog agility training at Moxie Studios. Please RSVP to bring your favourite hound to our custom built training course with on-site trainer to enjoy a day of fine art and dog appreciation.
2010 residency award: Adam Gibney

2010 residency award: Adam Gibney

The Irish Museum of Contemporary Art [IMOCA] is pleased to announce the 2010 Graduate Residency Award: Adam Gibney Visit his page on imoca.ie
Silent Vibrations - Ella Burke 02.06/09.06 2010

Silent Vibrations – Ella Burke 02.06/09.06 2010

“Painting and static sculpture are obsolete. They are anachronisms because they are irrelevant to our contemporary technological situation.” (Willoughby Sharp, 1968) The Irish Museum of Contemporary Art (IMOCA) is delighted to announce the opening reception of Silent Vibrations, a solo show by Ella Burke, the IMOCA 2009 Graduate Residency Award recipient. Burke’s new body of...

NLA: The New Living Art Exhibition

IMOCA is delighted to announce an open call for NLA: IMOCA’s annual exhibition of New Living Art. We are inviting artists working in any media to propose works or projects for inclusion in this year’s showcase. This might include pieces that have been exhibited previously (in Ireland or abroad) as well as proposals for new...
Ireland's Blasphemy Law: Worse Than Blasphemy?

Ireland’s Blasphemy Law: Worse Than Blasphemy?

Blasphemous Show

Blasphemous Interview on Phantom

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