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NISĠA: Storja Kontemporanja

7 September - 4 November

This exhibition strives to define the cultural memory of Maltese 20th century art. It bridges the private experience of the individual within the collective domain as it seeks to define ways and means how the past is shaped by our present.

Transformer: In Limbus

26 September - 28 October

In Limbus symbolically reflects upon the links between current migrant stories and the building industry, in particular the participation of the migrant collective in a booming Maltese economy and their status as newcomers to Europe.

Rima: to be [defined]

5 October - 4 November

'to be ' is a project organised by Rima that articulates two main concepts about migration and exile: definition and construction on one side, and de-construction and resistance on the other.

Art Additives 2018/19

25 October @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Art Additives is a series of talks, workshops, meetings and events around the Spazju Kreattiv contemporary visual arts programme.

Kantakantun Bieb Bieb

9 November - 9 December

KantaKantun Bieb Bieb is an ongoing education project that explores the relationship between music and architecture.

Grandma Got Steam

9 November - 9 December

Five mentors - women with families and careers in Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Maths - joined twenty young people in a series of storytelling workshops.

dis’: Betwixt the World Destroy’d and the World Restor’d

15 November - 16 December

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.

Vanishing Valletta

21 December 2018 - 27 January 2019

In 1982 artist photographer David Pisani embarked on a personal project to document the city of Valletta and the surrounding harbour area with an emphasis on the socially deprived periphery of Valletta and the infamous red light district of Strait Street which he regularly frequented. 

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