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KantaKantun Bieb Bieb is an ongoing education project that explores the relationship between music and architecture.
Five mentors - women with families and careers in Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Maths - joined twenty young people in a series of storytelling workshops.
The works presented in the multi-media exhibition 'DIS-' stem from the role and use of creative practice in research and its contribution to knowledge in the visual arts.
Clément, a young philosophy teacher from Paris is sent to Arras for a year. He meets Jennifer, a pretty hair-stylist, who becomes his lover.
Art Additives is a series of talks, workshops, meetings and events around the Spazju Kreattiv contemporary visual arts programme.
Not Just The City demonstrates a sample of the work produced away from ‘The City’ exactly at the farthest North Western tip of the Maltese Islands. 27 Projects by 38 artists produced in the remote and relatively laid-back environment of Għarb will be on exhibit.
Twenty-three-year-old Nadia Murad’s life is a dizzying array of exhausting undertakings—from giving testimony before the U.N. to visiting refugee camps to soul-bearing media interviews and one-on-one meetings with top government officials.
The retired officer of justice, Benjamín Espósito, decides to write a novel based on the Morales Case that happened twenty-five years ago, but has difficulty knowing where to start. He visits his former chief, Irene Menéndez-Hastings, at the tribunal in order to show her his draft.
Malta Café Scientifique presents a fascinating talk by Dr Sebastiano D’Amico on studying and presenting sites of cultural heritage that may be challenging to gain access to, or are too sensitive to physically study in the first place.
The documentary follows National Geographic photographer, James Balog, as he embarks on a multi-year attempt to capture indisputable observational evidence of climate change and then communicate it with the world.
The Shifting Contexts exhibition seeks to explore the critical role of art in responding to a rapidly changing world, encouraging young artists to appropriate the theme of Relocation in their work, taking it elsewhere into new and unexpected territories.