Anna Horvath selected to represent Malta in ECO Solidarity, New York
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Arts Council Malta in New York is proud to present Anna Horváth’s Aha Objects with her project Sorgi at the WantedDesign Manhattan and ICFF online Trade Show - CLOSEUP 2021, this May and at the WantedDesign exhibition (Jun-Aug) as part of ECO Solidarity, an initiative of the European Union National institutes for Cultural (EUNIC) in New York.

Arts Council Malta publishes findings from Audience Research study
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59% of the Maltese public are open to donating money to cultural organisations to support their work, whilst 44% are willing to pay for cultural events that were previously free, and a further 37% are willing to pay ticket prices that are up to 10% higher than they were prior to the COVID-19 pandemic. These are some of the main findings from an Audience Research study commissioned by Arts Council Malta over the past months.

Malta participates for the first time at the London Design Biennale in 2023
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The London Design Biennale is a global stage for world-leading contemporary design and design-led innovation, creativity and research.

Launch of the Artistic Development programme made up of four specific schemes amounting to €800,000
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Minister for the National Heritage, the Arts and Local Government Owen Bonnici launched an Artistic Development programme, managed by Arts Council Malta, made up of four specific schemes to enhance the development of artistic talent and communities for both local and international platforms.

Arts Council Malta partners with global music strategy leaders, Sound Diplomacy, to develop music and night-time economy strategy
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The first ever comprehensive audit of Malta’s music ecosystem and night-time economy will be kicking off in 2022 through a collaboration between Arts Council Malta and Sound Diplomacy, an international music policy consultancy and global expert in developing long-term and self-sufficient music strategies. This audit marks an important step in ACM’s ongoing work to position music and the night-time economy as a key driver in the advancement of the Arts Council Malta Strategy 2025.

Arts Council Malta launches Strategy 2025 – ‘Care Create Flourish’
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Arts Council Malta has published the final Strategy 2025 that sets out its vision, mission, and goals for the coming years, bolstered by its commitment towards cultural rights. Strategy 2025 lays out three overarching themes—‘Care Create Flourish’—that serve as a bridge between the Council’s strategic goals, principles, and strategic areas.

An agreement to strengthen the collaboration between the creative community and the publishing industry
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An agreement between Arts Council Malta and the National Book Council aims to strengthen the existing collaboration between these two entities for the promotion of several artistic and educational initiatives, particularly during the National Book Festival and the Book Festival on Campus. The agreement will also facilitate the integration of opportunities for the creative community working in and around the publishing industry, specifically illustrators and graphic designers.