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Ding Li: Hidden by Sealing

20 December 2019 - 9 February 2020

Whether paintings, sculptures, or site-specific installations, Ding’s works are moments of living impulse.

XENI / A retrospective of set design in Malta

10 January - 24 February

An exclusive exhibition which primarily celebrates historical context and appreciation, cultural awareness and contemporary innovation, curated by Romualdo Moretti.

Digital Curation and Contemporary Art: Curating in Contemporary Contexts

21 January - 23 January

The University of Salford, School of Arts and Media, is offering a postgraduate credit-bearing course in Digital Curation, designed for online distance learning and the possible inclusion of a professional study placement with Spazju Kreattiv in Malta or similar cultural organisations in Greater Manchester.

Plattenspieler – The Vinyl Talk with Michael Bugeja

25 January

This event will be a vinyl listening and discussion event featuring Maltese journalist, dj and radio presenter Mike Bugeja.

Art+Feminism 2020

7 February - 5 April

As part of a celebration of the Art+Feminism project initiated in Malta in 2018, through a collaboration between Wikimedia Community Malta, the M3P Foundation, and Spazju Kreattiv, a series of curated exhibitions across three sites presents new works by both established and emerging women artists.

Arrival (ĊineXjenza)

11 February @ 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Learning a language in a day through films

Strangers in a Strange Land (A+F 2020)

14 February - 8 March

Strangers in a Strange Land is a multidisciplinary exhibition about being female in a world narrated by and designed for men. Visual and multidisciplinary artists react to the status quo of a male-oriented world.

Agħti Kbir Alla

28 February - 29 March

The project focuses on the creation of artistic and original content through collaboration between two artists, namely Isaac Warrington and Alessio Cuschieri

Privat: The Natural Body as Fiction (A+F 2020)

8 March - 25 March

Who are we when no one is looking? Are we becoming more than ever alienated from our own sex? Sex appeal has become solely image-based, a curated version for the sake of Instagram, commodifying our bodies into separate body parts and encouraging capitalism to boom more rapidly.

Get Out (ĊineXjenza)

17 March @ 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Mentally imprisoned

Malta Café Scientifique 2019/20: Positive Ageing

18 March @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

Join us at this talk where we will take a peek into the ways in which mental and emotional wellbeing influence the ageing process.

Farmor

20 March - 19 April

The FARMOR Project consists of a series of performance installations investigating the feeling of ‘home’.

Variable Depth, Shallow Water

10 April - 24 May

Variable depth, shallow water is a solo exhibition by Polish-Australian artist Izabela Pluta. Comprising images, video, objects and sound the installation’s key material includes corrupted data filmed using a drone lost at sea and subsequently retrieved.

Foreshadowing the Future

17 April - 24 May

Until not too long ago, such works were frequently touted as glimpses into the future and the shape of things to come.

Chocolat (ĊineXjenza)

21 April @ 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Do you feel like chocolate can control your emotions?

Malta Café Scientifique 2019/20: Electromagnetic Wellbeing

13 May @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

Malta Café Scientifique presents Dr. Lourdes Farrugia, who will be discussing a possible solution to the growing costs of healthcare: electromagnetic imaging and therapeutics.

Folding | Unfolding | Refolding – Evolving Art Practices – Department of Digital Arts

30 May - 28 June

The event will centre around an exhibition featuring a diversity of art practices extracted from the unconventional research of the resident artist/researchers at the Department of Digital Arts, selected Masters and Doctoral students, as well as international guests and collaborators.

MCAST Institute for the Creative Arts Festival 2020

3 July - 2 August

The MCAST ICA Festival emerged three years ago as a new approach to the annual exhibition held at the MCAST’s Institute for the Creative Arts, Mosta. It has since established itself as a significant occasion in the calendar of events in the creative arts sector.

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