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Council: Arts Council Malta (ACM) announces Resilience Funding Schemes for 2022 as part of the €7 million investment in funding for the arts.

During a press conference addressed by the Minister for the National Heritage, the Arts and Local Government José Herrera and Arts Council Malta (ACM) Director Funding and Strategy Mary-Ann Cauchi, it was announced that the first call for the Programming Support Scheme 2022 is now open. This scheme forms part of the Resilience Funds which also include the Events Assurance Scheme and the Seat Utilisation Scheme published in December 2021.

Wednesday 12 January 2022


Council Arts Council Malta (ACM) announces Resilience Funding Schemes for 2022 as part of the €7 million investment in funding for the arts.

During a press conference addressed by the Minister for the National Heritage, the Arts and Local Government José Herrera and Arts Council Malta (ACM) Director Funding and Strategy Mary-Ann Cauchi, it was announced that the first call for the Programming Support Scheme 2022 is now open. This scheme forms part of the Resilience Funds which also include the Events Assurance Scheme and the Seat Utilisation Scheme published in December 2021.
Wednesday 12 January 2022


Council Arts Council Malta launches draft Strategy 2025 for online public consultation

Arts Council Malta’s draft Strategy 2025 has been published for an online public consultation and is inviting feedback and contributions from stakeholders and members of the public interested in the future of Malta’s cultural and creative ecology.
Friday 17 December 2021


Council Arts Council Malta announces €7 million direct investment in funding schemes for 2022

Following the announcement of the 2022 budget in October, Arts Council Malta unveiled its funding schemes for 2022 based on 5 main pillars: Resilience, Artistic and Community, Development, Education, Cultural Heritage and Structural. The schemes are aimed at building on the momentum generated from last year’s RESTART schemes which were a catalyst in the regeneration of the creative and cultural sectors following the disruptions brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Saturday 4 December 2021


Council Arts Council Malta publishes findings from Audience Research study

59% of the Maltese public are open to donating money to cultural organisations to support their work, whilst 44% are willing to pay for cultural events that were previously free, and a further 37% are willing to pay ticket prices that are up to 10% higher than they were prior to the COVID-19 pandemic. These are some of the main findings from an Audience Research study commissioned by Arts Council Malta over the past months.
Tuesday 30 November 2021


Council New Events Assurance Scheme in case of any potential re-introduction of COVID-19 restrictive measures that might affect the creative and cultural sectors.

The Events Assurance Scheme is aimed at providing the necessary assurance for cultural and artistic professionals in case of any potential re-introduction of restrictive measures beyond the current ones. The scheme will provide mitigation on measures that can have a devastating impact on the industry and will provide support to cover investments in terms of time and equity in the preparation for the organisation of activities/events.
Friday 19 November 2021

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