To address our education challenges it requires authorities, schools, parents and educators to collectively commit to a stronger educational culture, that considers the arts as an integral component of upbringing and development. In addition, the inclusion of the arts and culture in an educational system supports the development of an inclusive and active multicultural society. It also improves the quality of life and access to knowledge through formal, non-formal and informal learning. This will ultimately contribute directly to sustainable development targets, relevant to Malta, including: knowledge transfer in traditional crafts and skills, understanding of tangible and intangible heritage, engagement in diversity of expressions, valorisation of sustainable cities and active participation in intercultural dialogue.
Culture Pass - Call for expression of interest 2018 Call for expression of interest for events of a cultural and/or artistic nature targeting secondary school students to be held during scholastic year 2018 - 2019 Monday 9 July 2018
The Culture Pass - Instilling appreciation towards culture in young people Friday 24 November 2017
Attracting young audiences Friday 28 April 2017
New training and development grants for creative professionals Monday 13 March 2017