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.
Żajg International Arts Festival for Children and Young People returns for its seventh edition from the 17th till the 26th November 2017 with a vibrant programme of critically-acclaimed international productions coupled with new enticing commissions.
SWITCH is a video performance coming from the outcome results of CODE SWITCH #1, a research project combining epigenetics and performance and video art, conceived and carried out by Cristina Ghinassi in collaboration with Dr Edward Duca.
In the two-week period between Friday 16 December 2016 and Monday 2 January 2017, returning artist-in-residence, Anthony Hawley, will be displaying a new multimedia installation, Massive Filter, which filters through his past work, taking its title and primary concept from a spam/junk email scam proffering money and goods in exchange for personal data and digits.
Dominic Galea and Alex Vella Gregory explore music scores from a number of works created over sixty years ago by entertainers Charles Clews, Armando Urso, Johnnie Catania and composers Mike Cassar and Carmelo Abela. Organised as part of a research project on the work of Radju Muskettieri and The Stage Commandos
Malta’s first Oscar entry, which gathered awards from festivals spanning from Canada to Zanzibar, Germany to Greece, Simshar is based on the incredible true events which happened on and around the Maltese Islands in 2008 – stories of survival, stories on identity, stories of hope.
THIS IS ABILITY will appeal to anyone curious about the creative contribution disabled artists have to offer to the local arts scene, the relevance of disability arts today and the creative processes artists and directors adopt in this sector.
2016 marks the debut year of The Maltese Islands Festival, where anyone aged four up to the later years of adulthood may perform before a different kind of audience, to be assessed, encouraged and inspired by active UK-based professionals, across the various genres of music, dance, song and drama.
All the photos which were submitted during the first edition of Wiki Loves Monuments held in Malta will be displayed in this exhibition, which also highlights the top ten Maltese submissions, as well as the top ten photographs selected from all the other 42 countries participating in the contest.
What is Burlesque? Why is it an art? How is it empowering women? Misconceptions still arise when we face these questions…