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Malta, Culture in Transformation | HERMAN BASHIRON MENDOLICCHIO

  Il-Warda Tar-Riħ In 2014, I wrote an article entitled “Malta: A silent pathway towards a cultural boom?” in which I attempted to highlight some facts and figures clearly indicating a potentially successful new case study in the field of ...

Valletta 2018: plotting a map of our time | KARSTEN XUEREB

Ode to Joy | EU2017MT The aim of the first European Capital of Culture to be held in Malta is clear. Valletta 2018 wants to motivate people to set in motion a number of coordinated actions that are cultural in nature and able to reach across ...

Futuring MUŻA … and a manifesto for European public art museums | SANDRO DEBONO

    In a few months time, Malta’s capital city, Valletta, will be European Capital of Culture for 2018, which shall also be European year for Cultural Heritage. The legacy of this milestone has been works-in-progress for quite ...

The Development of Contemporary Art in Malta: An Overview | KATYA MICALLEF

  Contemporary visual art in Malta has been undergoing a significant development since the turn of the 21st century. Artists have been the protagonists of this change, together with passionate individuals who have been ready to place such ...

BLITZ | Interview with Alexandra Pace

  Truth||Lies exhibition, photo by Alexandra Pace   Herman Bashiron Mendolicchio: Can you please tell me about the history of Blitz, the history and description of the space, your personal involvement and role, and explain the ...

Art in Public Space. A case study of FRAGMENTA Malta told in its own words | BETTINA HUTSCHEK

(page from leaflet by Sonya Schönberger, distributed during Fragmenta event FIELD TRIP, January 2017) . The loudspeaker system of the ferry terminal announces in a solemn female voice: “There is nothing that man fears more than the touch ...