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11 Aug
2017

Azure at IMMA - for people living with dementia and their family, friends and carers

Ireland
Dublin
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Are you living with dementia or do you know someone who is? IMMA is one of the lead partners of a programme called 'Azure' which aims to make art galleries and museums across Ireland dementia-friendly spaces.

Azure explores how people with dementia-related conditions and the people who care for them, can have a deeper involvement in cultural institutions and can participate in cultural activities.

Upcoming Azure tour at IMMA:

                   - Thursday 7 September, 11am-12:30pm

How to book:

You can book for an Azure tour by contacting Caroline via email to edcommbooking@imma.ie (link sends e-mail) or by phone at 01 612 9955.

Event Details
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As planned
Organiser type
Other event
Target group
Adult learning networks & organisations
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