Tara Donovan uses everyday materials junk, some would say the flotsam and jetsam of modern life (we say) to create large-scale installations that begin to take on lives of their own. Donovan's work has been finding a lot of favor lately. She's snagged a MacArthur Foundation genius grant. The IMA is mounting an exhibition of Donovan's work with an opening reception on Thursday, April 1 from 7:30-9:30 p.m. Admission is $20; free for members. That same night, IMA CEO Maxwell Anderson will hold a public conversation with Rusty Powell, director of the National Gallery in Washington, DC at the museum's Toby theater. That program begins at 6:30 pm and costs $5; free for members.