Taralalla huwa dramm li jesplora l-għoqda tal-fenomeni politiċi tal-kostruzzjoni, il-ħajja mgħaġġla u l-immigrazzjoni. Temi li huma fuq ilsien kulħadd. Imma kulħadd jaħsibha mod u ‘l kulħadd taffetwah differenti. Ċali qabżitlu.…
Elektronika is a new project which aims to develop a historiography of electronic music in Malta. During this event, the project’s research co-ordinator, Michael Bugeja, will talk about the current crowd-sourcing research phase of the project which is being curated digitally
In this exhibition by photographer Amelia Troubridge, the term Faith will have a much broader concept than the small word might suggest. Taking the underlying themes of tradition, family, religion and politics, Faith, curated by Daniel Azzopardi, is an exhibition comprised of a unique photographic archive taken over the past 27 years by the English-Maltese photographer Amelia Troubridge. This event will also include an Art Additives artist talk as a live stream on Wednesday 16th December at 7pm.
Bħala parti minn ġurnal kontinwu dwar il-ħajja fiż-żmien tal-pandemija Covid-19, Mill-Lenti tal-Poplu: Djarju Kwarantina, kien proġett effettiv u ta’ sodisfazzjon u kien milqugħ tajjeb mill-pubbliku ġenerali b’aktar minn 140 sottomissjoni.
Exploring the space between dehumanization, humiliation and nation through a geopolitical and historical perspective. Dehumaneation is an exhibition that will combine paintings by Shaun Grech, film, an installation, narratives, and critical debate to explore these complex concepts. Curated by Prof. Raphael Vella and using Dehumaneation as an invented word, concept and probe, the artists will bring these three concepts together (Dehumanization, Humiliation and Nation) to address a range of instances and manifestations of this intersectional space.
In association with the Alliance Francaise de Malte Mediterranee, Spazju Kreattiv and the French Embassy in Malta, the 1965 film Compartiment tueurs (The Sleeping Car Murders) will be showing on Wednesday