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Council: Il-Premju għall-Arti 2019 winners announced

Richard England receives the Lifetime Achievement Award

Wednesday 17 April 2019


Council Il-Premju għall-Arti 2019 winners announced

Richard England receives the Lifetime Achievement Award
Wednesday 17 April 2019


Council Presenting the Maltese Pavilion for the 58th edition of the Venice Art Biennale

The Ministry for Justice, Culture and Local Government has presented the Maltese Pavilion which will be representing our country at the 58th edition of the Venice Art Biennale, through the Arts Council Malta
Saturday 30 March 2019


Council Fund to focus on improving safety in firework factories launched for the second year running

The Malta Arts Council, which falls under the Ministry for Justice, Culture and Local Government, has just launched the second edition of a fund for firework factories that work on a voluntary basis
Saturday 23 March 2019


Funding 10 social and community projects awarded Il-Premju tal-President għall-Kreattività 2018

A total of 10 projects will receive around €62,000 through the 2018 edition of Il-Premju tal-President għall-Kreattività, an arts fund with a strong social and community emphasis
Thursday 7 March 2019


Create2020 Malta Pavilion artists conduct student workshops

Supported by Bank of Valletta
Thursday 7 March 2019

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Malta's participation at La Biennale di Venezia 2019
Inspired by the Odyssey, Homer’s literary legacy capturing a common human narrative, Maleth / Haven / Port - Heterotopias of Evocation is Malta’s Pavilion at the 58th International Art Exhibition at La Biennale di Venezia
Pamela Baldacchino, Visual Artist and Project Coordinator
Participation 360: Turning towards collective action
Guest contributor Szilvia Nagy from Local Operators' Platform (LOCOP), shares some insights about the need for collective action in Malta's cultural sector following her experience as a moderator in a series of workshops and focus groups organised with the Valletta 2018 Research Department in 2018
Szilvia Nagy, Local Operators' Platform (LOCOP)

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