Maltese visual artist Aaron Bezzina will be representing Malta in UN/MUTE-10002, a three-month online residency that provides artists an opportunity for a critical exchange and collaboration while simultaneously connecting resources from the global cultural epicenter of New York City. Bezzina was selected following an open call in January by Arts Council Malta in NY.
KorMalta, an initiative by Arts Council Malta which falls within the Ministry for National Heritage, Arts and Local Government, held a press conference for their upcoming concert Fauré’s Requiem at the Collegiate Church of Saint Lawrence, Vittoriosa on Saturday 7th March early morning on the church’s parvis.
Maltese pianist Alexandra Camilleri Gambin has been selected to take part in EuroChoir 2018, a unique choral event organised by the European Choral Association – Europa Cantat in cooperation with a local partner every year in a different country
Following last year’s successful participation with the film Simshar by Rebecca Cremona, this year, for the second year running, Arts Council Malta in New York participated as a programming partner in the Panorama Europe Film Festival with another Maltese film—Do Re Mi Fa by Chris Zarb
Malta is hosting the 37th convention of the Federation of European Carnival Cities with 160 delegates expected to attend the convention, organised by the Valletta Local Council in full collaboration with the Malta Arts Council.
Panorama Europe’s ninth edition of the essential festival of new and vital European cinema, co-presented by Museum of the Moving Image and the members of EUNIC (European Union National Institutes for Culture), returns to the Museum and the Bohemian National Hall with a slate of 17 exceptional new feature films screening between 5-21 May.
Since 1962, World Theatre Day, set by the International Theatre Institute, has been celebrated by theatre professionals, theatre organisations, theatre universities and theatre lovers all over the world on the 27th of March
Between Dec 7th and 10th, the Arts Council Malta in NY in association with the National Book Council (Malta) presented leading contemporary Maltese poet and novelist Immanuel Mifsud, winner of the European Union Prize for Literature (2011) and both the Malta National Award for Prose (2002, 2015) and for Poetry (2015), at the New Literature from Europe Festival in New York City
On 31st December, the Malta Philharmonic Orchestra will ring in the New Year in style with a performance of operatic arias and rousing orchestral music in a very special New Year’s Concert presented by Arts Council Malta and the Office of the President
Leading contemporary Maltese poet and fiction writer Immanuel Mifsud, winner of the European Union Prize for Literature (2011) and winner of the Malta National Literary Award, will be participating in the New Literature From Europe Festival in New York happening from 7th till 10th December 2016.