Venice Biennale | Malta Pavilion goes minimalist
With Malta breaking its 17-year hiatus from the Venice Biennale last year with Homo Melitensis, the 2019 pavilion is shaping up to be a quieter, more intimate affair...
Fatima A.M., ‘Our land is undergoing a process of sheer abuse. Many of us have been struck by that very violation’
An upcoming collaboration between singer-songwriter Claire Tonna and spoken word poet Fatima A.M will aim for a meditative expression away from the anxiety-ridden, toxic reality...
‘Displaced’ writers discuss the experience of the literary diaspora at Malta Book Festival

MaltaToday film critic Teodor Reljic leads conference on literature in the diaspora at the Malta Book Festival

MaltaToday film critic Teodor Reljic leads conference on...

The fuzz in the machine: ‘Live life... and go on tour’

Ahead of the launch of their debut album ‘Love Juice’, acclaimed...

Ahead of the launch of their debut album ‘Love...

Kids to get special performances at largest ever Malta Book Festival

Malta Book Festival doubles capacity with additional hall to accommodate more...

Malta Book Festival doubles capacity with additional hall...

Film Review | A Dysfunctional Cat

An Iranian-German co-production, screening tonight at Spazju Kreattiv, is a tender romantic drama placed in a unique context

An Iranian-German co-production, screening tonight at...

Ugo Rondinone’s ‘The Radiant’ at Sa Maison: Rooted, eternal, accessible

As construction on the Malta Contemporary International Art Space (MICAS) gets underway at the Ospizio in Floriana, Swiss-born, New York-based artist Ugo...

As construction on the Malta Contemporary International Art...

[WATCH] World-renowned artist dedicates sculpture to the children of Malta

Swiss, New-York-based artist and sculptor, Ugo Rondinone, has dedicated a large stone sculpture he calls 'the radiant' to the 'children of...

Swiss, New-York-based artist and sculptor, Ugo Rondinone,...

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Abortion takes centre-stage in Maltese theatre

Malta’s biggest taboo – abortion – will take centre-stage in...

Malta’s biggest taboo – abortion – will...

Film Review | Hold The Dark

The harsh Alaskan wilderness is the setting for Jeremy Saulnier’s latest slice of satisfying ultra-violence spiced with existential musing

The harsh Alaskan wilderness is the setting for Jeremy...

Dancing at the heart of the Siege

TEODOR RELJIC speaks to dance choreographer Irina Pauls ahead of the upcoming production It’s Schiller!, which adapts fragments of Schiller’s Der...

TEODOR RELJIC speaks to dance choreographer Irina Pauls...

Inside the forgotten Knights’ Ospizio: How Malta will make its mark in the art world

Deep inside the belly of the Msida bastions, excavations are paving the way for one of the island’s most exciting projects ever: the Malta International...

Deep inside the belly of the Msida bastions, excavations...

Lou Drofenik and Victor Fenech celebrated at 2018 Malta Book Festival

This year the Festival will be celebrating Lou Drofenik and Victor Fenech, who...

This year the Festival will be celebrating Lou Drofenik and...

Film review | Cold War

Decorated Polish director Pawel Pawlikowski follows up the Oscar-winning Ida with this beguiling and subtle story of star-crossed lovers in post-war Europe

Decorated Polish director Pawel Pawlikowski follows up the...

Hoping for kinder, more open spaces | François Matarasso

An authority on the subject of participatory and community art, François...

An authority on the subject of participatory and community...

Film Review | The Nun

The latest offshoot from the popular supernatural-horror ‘Conjuring Universe’ may push the right buttons to generate cheap and predictable frights,...

The latest offshoot from the popular supernatural-horror...

Tenor Cliff Zammit Stevens celebrates a decade of music

Tenor Cliff Zammit Stevens speaks about what this milestone means to him, and...

Tenor Cliff Zammit Stevens speaks about what this milestone...

When the seams bleed: Anthony Nielsen’s Stitching gets its Malta stage

The once-banned Stitching certainly doesn’t live up to the shock factor suggested by the censors, but it remains an emotionally resonant exploration of...

The once-banned Stitching certainly doesn’t live up...

The Majlis – Cultures In Dialogue exhibition open

The exhibition itself represents the first part of a wider project that seeks...

The exhibition itself represents the first part of a wider...

The Suburbanite performs at the BEWYLD indie music festival: meet the king of awkward chic

All about that (awkward) good time: the on-stage return of librarian-turned-lo-fi indie musician Robert Pisani at BEWYLDl later this month.  He tells...

All about that (awkward) good time: the on-stage...