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Wiki Loves Art 2019 in Malta is a collection of activities occurring between January and April 2019 centred around documenting art in Malta.
A call for proposals is issued for artists to submit a work to be installed in a public location in Malta or Gozo.
These talks will be discussing the productions of Teatru Malta and Spazju Kreattiv. Join us for a Q&A led by Ramona Depares (Times of Malta) with De-Terminated writer/director/journalist Herman Grech.
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.
We often hear about sustainable development, however, it may seem that the development of infrastructure and sustainability cannot coexist. However, what if we manage to introduce both?
This event will be a vinyl listening and discussion event featuring DJ’s Junior B and Introwerks and producer Ed Blank.
From around 40 species of orchids on the Maltese islands, back in 2015, botanists discovered that a particular orchid was spotted only in Malta. Join us at Kids Dig Science to find out how to help protect these plants and put an end to further destruction of their habitat.
Aġenzija Żgħażagħ and Spazju Kreattiv have joined forces to create a music initiative for young talented singer-songwriters aged 16 – 18.
Art Additives is a series of talks, workshops, meetings and events around the Spazju Kreattiv contemporary visual arts programme.
Genetics: It’s a Family Thing | Professor Giovanni Romeo Date and Time: Wednesday, 8 May, 2019 at 7:30pm Venue: Studio B, Spazju Kreattiv Free Entrance Why is it that small populations tend to have higher occurrences of certain genetic disorders? Malta Café Scientifique will be presenting Prof. Giovanni Romeo from the University of Bologna. Studies on language, archaeology and genetics conducted in Calabria Greca, Italy have all agreed that its population originated from migrations before the classical era of Greek expansion.…