Throughout the workshop, led by Malcolm Galea, participants will have a chance to strengthen skills related to idea generation, preparation, implementation and presentation of projects. Together we will draw on successful elements from past KREATTIV experiences and discuss new exciting ideas.
Participants from schools and the creative sector will be invited to collaborate, share and work together on their project ideas. We will also share resources and information which will come in handy when approaching creatives and completing application through our new online system. The main aim of this morning is for participants to leave with the resources needed to present a strong application for the KREATTIV fund.
As such we are asking artists who are interested in collaborating on a KREATTIV project to send in a short paragraph highlighting their work and interests together with their contact details. This will be collated into a list and handed to educators present at the workshop. Educators can then approach artists to discuss ideas for collaboration.
The session will be held on Monday 9th April between 9.00am and noon at the Mount Carmel Community Theatre in Attard. Applications for the fund will be accepted through our online portal until Thursday 10 May 2018.
For more information and registration call 2339 7020 or send an email on firstname.lastname@example.org.
Kindly confirm your attendance by Thursday 5 April.
9.00am to 9.30am - Registration
9.30am to 9.45am - Information about the Kreattiv 2018 fund and applications through online system
9.45am to 10.00am - Presentation by one of Kreattiv 2017’s beneficiaries
10.00am to noon – Workshop led by Malcolm Galea and More or Less theatre.
Refreshments will be served throughout.
Malcolm Galea – More or Less Theatre
Malcolm Galea is a writer, actor and director of More or Less Theatre. The company offers a number of permanently available educational comedies for children, namely: ‘The Complete History of Malta’, ‘Everything you need to know about Science’ and ‘The Complete History of Europe’ – which was performed for a full run at the 2017 edition of the Edinburgh Fringe, where it received a 4-Star review. Additionally, More or Less Theatre is heavily involved in working with students and communities to develop new works. Past projects include ‘SOS Somalia’ which was developed with JRS and a group of asylum seekers, the ‘Oħloq Kulture’ project in association with Valletta 2018, and creating/directing plays with a number of schools all over Malta. This year, More or Less Theatre is working on Kreattiv projects with Chiswick House School, Floriana Primary, and Rabat Secondary.
Photo: Legends with Legs, Gozo College Rabat Primary, a project supported through the Kreattiv Fund