Applicant: Aditus foundation
Reference number: CCF001-003-012
Project Title: Our Island III
Amount awarded: € 8,000
SABAR is the third book in aditus’s Our Island series. This series is aimed at documenting and preserving the collective memories of Maltese communities around one central theme, our island – particularly since remembrance and sensitisation resonate with aditus’s mission to monitor, report and act on access to human rights in Malta.
SABAR brings together the memories of citizens, residents, participants and onlookers of the Malta Protests. Besides the publication of a photobook, the project involves the setting up of an online repository to gather images and video of the Malta Protests held between November 2019 and January 2020. Through creative expression, the book strives to stimulate open debate around the principles of good governance and rule of law, and to help ensure their continued implementation.
Applicant: Teatru Salesjan
Reference number: CCF001-003-014
Project Title: ĊapċapċaqLAQ
Amount awarded: € 7,988.05
The current migration situation in Malta has brought to light major issues of migrants’ well-being and integration among communities. ĊAPċapċaqLAQ - a community project for women has been developed as a positive adaptive response to the rising numbers of female migrants and to combat the negative impacts on their mental health partly due to a lack of access to opportunities for personal development and integration.
ĊAPċapċaqLAQ is a collaboration between Teatru Salesjan, TAMA and Dance Beyond Borders using an approach that celebrates Diversity through Dance, Movement and Rhythm, including use of the Djembe Drum Circles, and the Tanztheater method of Movement and Dance.
Reference number: CCF001-003-015
Project Title: MAPS-Mapping Arts in Public Spaces
Amount awarded: € 6,404
MAPS/Mapping Arts in Public Spaces is a collaborative community project aimed at documenting and reinforcing an inventory of permanent art interventions located in public spaces in Malta and Gozo.
Through a process based on community mapping, ACT seeks to research, document, map and create awareness on murals, sculpture (bronze, stone and mixed media) and community/guerrilla interventions.
Applicant: Right to Smile Foundation
Reference number: CCF001-003-017
Project Title: Portraits of a community
Amount awarded: € 4,800
Portraits of a Community is a multi-community project engaging young people in debate on cultural heritage, identity, diversity and community, and the creation of four murals representing the respective communities while featuring the common threads in all people. Participants will be mentored by a team of artistic volunteers under the direction of a full-time artist.
Portraits of a Community is a collaboration between th Right 2 Smile foundation, The Malta Trust Foundation and four local councils.
Applicant: Banda San Giljan
Reference number: CCF001-003-009
Project Title: Tribute - A series of four concerts in St. Julian's Churches
Amount awarded: € 6,027.69
Tribute is a series of four research-based concerts in four different churches and chapels around St Julian’s. These 30-minute performances will feature different formations of the band – varying from student's youth band, St Julian’s chamber ensemble, reduced band, and an octet. The project is designed around the active participation and growth of diverse musicians, and the engagement of the wider community in experiencing the sacred aspect of St Julian's places of worship through music.
Applicant: Sezzjoni Żgħażagħ Pawlini Munxarin
Reference number: CCF001-003-005
Project Title: Promoting Arts, Traditions & Culture to the younger generation
Amount awarded: € 8,000
Promoting Arts, Traditions & Culture is a 2-phase community project aimed at wider community engagement, participation and audience development in arts and culture projects, with a particular focus on youth and children respectively. The project consists of workshops, a boot camp, and the introduction of a Festa Tfal programme.
Reference number: CCF001-003-018
Project Title: Mural Youth Design
Amount awarded: €3,262.47
Mural Youth Art Design is a participatory mural project, being undertaken at the GIFRA youth centre, involving young people in a variety of capacities from inception to completion – under professional direction. The project is aimed at widening cultural appreciation and active participation, while embellishing the centre where the youth meet regularly.
Applicant: 12th May Band and Social Club
Reference number: CCF001-003-021
Project Title: Visualizing Music through history
Amount awarded: € 2,926.94
Visualising Music Through History is a community project aimed at widening and strengthening cultural appreciation and participation, departing from the wider context of the history of arts and moving on to creative expression.