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Shakespeare’s iconic tragedy has become the quintessential ‘rise and fall’ tale – an intimate portrait of the tragedy behind great personalities in high station.
A call for proposals is issued for artists to submit a work to be installed in a public location in Malta or Gozo.
If you’re a teenager aged 13-14 and looking to do something fun and creative this summer, we want to hear from you! Spazju Kreattiv in collaboration with Aġenzija Żgħażagħ invites you to sign up for a free creative workshop/project led by dance artists Lisa Colette Bysheim and Sarah Vella.
Maree Azzopardi’s new works continue the artist’s ongoing engagement with themes of the human body, religious symbolism, and the polarities of earth and water.
Having met during a month-long residency at SIM in Reykjavik Iceland, they continue to hold informal conversational exchanges, a mechanism that acts as the starting point for this project.
The Aboriginal people of Australia’s Western Desert lived in their homelands for thousands of years.
Sergio is a guileful businessman who manages a group of young escorts which he uses to bribe local politicians and authority figures. With a desire for increased political leverage, he sets his eyes on bigger game and makes it his duty to work his way into the ranks of a man with a notorious taste for both hedonism and corruption.
Indigenous artist Geoffrey Gurrumul Yunupingu was one of the most important and acclaimed voices to ever come out of Australia.
The performance took place at The National Opera Grand Theatre in Warsaw on November 29th 2014 and was part of an evening of programming that also featured Jonny Greenwood’s (Radiohead) 48 Responses To Polymorphia.
Corbet’s follow-up to his striking debut The Childhood of a Leader is a timely and unique examination of modern celebrity, featuring new songs by Sia and an original score by Scott Walker.
The MFA in Digital Arts is a practice-oriented, interdisciplinary programme that seeks to develop a learning environment in which historical traditions and new practices confront and influence each other within a contextual, cultural and theoretical framework.
The Central Australian Aboriginal Women’s Choir embarks on a historic tour of Germany to take back the hymns that were given to their great grandparents by German missionaries, now sung in their own Aboriginal languages.