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Council: €470,000 in financial support for feast associations

Minister for the National Heritage, the Arts and Local Government José Herrera launched three funding schemes; €150,000 for the scheme to support local band clubs, a €170,000 funding scheme for the safety at voluntary firework factories and a €150,000 funding scheme for the artistic financing for feast associations. The three pillars often serve as vital cultural centres of activity and also play an important role in the lives of their local communities.

Saturday 20 June 2020


Council Arts Council Malta's Annual Report for 2019 is published

ACM's first bilingual annual report is here.
Monday 6 July 2020


Council Application deadline for the scheme 'financially supporting band societies' has been extended until 31st July.

Wednesday 1 July 2020


Council €470,000 in financial support for feast associations

Minister for the National Heritage, the Arts and Local Government José Herrera launched three funding schemes; €150,000 for the scheme to support local band clubs, a €170,000 funding scheme for the safety at voluntary firework factories and a €150,000 funding scheme for the artistic financing for feast associations. The three pillars often serve as vital cultural centres of activity and also play an important role in the lives of their local communities.
Saturday 20 June 2020


Funding Investment in Cultural Organisations Programme

As part of Arts Council Malta’s strategy in providing support for organisations, regular festivals, programmes and events in planning ahead, through sustainable models of management, primarily addressing cultural professionals and communities, in 2016, following a competitive call for proposals, 11 organisations and festivals active in the cultural and creative sectors were selected to become Arts Council Malta’s strategic partners during the years between 2017 and 2019.
Monday 15 June 2020


Funding The President's Award for Creativity Information Session

The President’s Award for Creativity provides recognition and support at the highest level of the State to organisations, especially those working with vulnerable and disadvantaged groups, to engage these groups in creativity and arts-driven projects and thereby increase their level of integration and engagement in society.
Friday 5 June 2020

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