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Art+Feminism is an annual worldwide edit-a-thon to add content to Wikipedia about women artists. Now in its third year in Malta, this edition features a series of curated exhibitions across three sites presenting new works by both established and emerging artists.
Following on the previous two editions of Art+Feminism in Malta, Spazju Kreattiv has invited a small number of women artists whose works form part of the Fondazzjoni Kreattività Art Collection to present new works alongside others by international artists who responded to an associated open call.
The project focuses on the creation of artistic and original content through collaboration between two artists, namely Isaac Warrington and Alessio Cuschieri
To celebrate the centenary of Jean Zaleski's birth and mark the tenth anniversary of her passing, Art+Feminism 2020 includes a special display of some of her works located in Malta in private collections and the Fondazzjoni Kreattività art collection.
The FARMOR Project consists of a series of performance installations investigating the feeling of ‘home’.
Global audiences will be able to enjoy 4 of the theatre's most acclaimed ballets (along with 2 operas) via the Bolshoi's YouTube channel.
Art Additives is a series of talks, workshops, meetings and events around the Spazju Kreattiv contemporary visual arts programme.
Eight female Māori directors have each contributed a ten minute vignette, presented as a continuous shot in real time that unfolds around the tangi (funeral) of a small boy
Gawdu dal-wirjiet teatrali ta' prestiġju dinji permezz ta' din l-iskeda ta' National Theatre at Home, sakemm in-National Theatre jinsabu magħluqin.
Do you have a creative project in mind which you believe falls under the three criteria of Identity, Diversity and Legacy? The IKKREA sessions are there so that you may inform yourself better, or in order to develop your ideas in a project that may eventually for part of the Spazju Kreattiv programme.
Malta Café Scientifique presents Dr. Lourdes Farrugia, who will be discussing a possible solution to the growing costs of healthcare: electromagnetic imaging and therapeutics.
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.