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A music initiative geared towards young people aged 16 - 18. We are looking for upcoming singer-songwriters that are willing to improve their skills and present original songs to an audience.
Call for contributions to VideoVortex XII Malta conference and exhibition, September 2019
Art Additives is a series of talks, workshops, meetings and events around the Spazju Kreattiv contemporary visual arts programme.
Malta Café Scientifique presents Prof. Mario Valentino and his talk on the evolution of the damage to the brain's white matter during a stroke.
Dr Ryan Stone is a medical engineer on her first space mission, accompanied by the seasoned astronaut Matt Kowalski, who is leading his last operation before retiring. Their mission is jeopardised when a Russian missile hits a nearby satellite resulting in a chain reaction of exploding space debris which inflicts irreparable damage to the shuttle. The astronauts’ only chance of survival is to reach another space station.
Everything is made of matter and let’s face it, matter matters and its properties matter too! Got it? How does this relate to Kids Dig Science? Simple, with the help of your aspiring scientists, we will make stuff that matters.
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.
In the film Limitless, frustrated author, Eddie Morra, is struggling to make progress in both his professional and personal life. An old friend introduces him to an experimental pharmaceutical drug capable of letting him use 100 percent of his brain. Morra’s life is transformed instantly by this new limitless potential.
Some common mood disorders include depression, bipolar disorder, and seasonal affective disorder (SAD).
What is your favourite type of weather? Pack your sunscreen, swimsuits, hat, umbrellas, wellies, jackets and scarves and come see what the atmosphere will conjure up at Kids Dig Science.
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?
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.