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.
Residency Award
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
Ella Burke: Silent Vibrations

Ella Burke: Silent Vibrations

More on the 2009 residency award page.

2010 Graduate Residency Award – Shortlist

The Irish Museum of Contemporary Art [IMOCA] is pleased to announce the shortlist for the 2010 Graduate Residency Award: Adam Gibney Coilin Rush Beverly Cleland Aoife Woods Molly King
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...

2010 Graduate Residency Award

The Irish Museum of Contemporary Art [IMOCA] is pleased to open the call for the 2010 Graduate Residency Award. Any graduating student from any school in the Republic of Ireland or Northern Ireland, from any degree program is eligible. The award consists of one-year residency in a private work studio culminating in a solo exhibition....
2009 residency award: Ella Burke

2009 residency award: Ella Burke

The shortlist of candidates for the 2009 residency award: Siobhan McGibbon, Lyndsey McDougall, Jason Deans, Ella Burke, Niamh Ferris.