Art doing its job | Ryan Pillow
The Bieganski Art Festival, running until the end of the month, brings together over 1,000 pieces in an exhibition and a series of cultural events that span genres and ages. We...
Liberating art
The third edition of the Divergent Thinkers collective exhibition – incorporating a group of young artists and curated by Raphael Vella – will take place at Blitz, St...
The persistence of structures | Janet Grech

Painter Janet Grech speaks to us about ‘Bulwarks of Fortitude’, her...

Painter Janet Grech speaks to us about ‘Bulwarks of...

Scrap the ‘Richard’ inside you | Paul Attard

We speak to Paul Attard, one of the writers behind the seemingly bold industry...

We speak to Paul Attard, one of the writers behind the...

From abstract dreams to solid structures | Norbert Attard

Architect-turned-artist Norbert Attard speaks about his currently ongoing...

Architect-turned-artist Norbert Attard speaks about his...

Not just a poser | Matthew Attard

Up-and-coming Maltese artist Matthew Attard speaks to us ahead of his upcoming exhibition, ‘You’re a Poser!’, which will be taking place at...

Up-and-coming Maltese artist Matthew Attard speaks to us...

Mdina Biennale to host first social event

Event aims to bring artists and audience together

Event aims to bring artists and audience together

Exhibition on Mediterranean shipping inaugurated

Animations, scale models and pen drawings of Mediterranean vessels amongst...

Animations, scale models and pen drawings of Mediterranean...

Banif and MCAST in photography project

Students get a taste of working on real life projects

Students get a taste of working on real life projects

HSBC Malta supports Angel Tree Club Malta student competition

Art and writing competition brings to light the challenges of having a relative...

Art and writing competition brings to light the challenges...

GasanMamo supports exhibition of life-size biblical statues

This year's ‘Hsiltilkom Saqajkom’ display will be its 15th...

This year's ‘Hsiltilkom Saqajkom’...

Sculpting for Peace | Hedva Ser

French sculptor Hedva Ser – a UNESCO ‘Artist for Peace’ – speaks to us about contributing to the permanent Sculpture Garden at...

French sculptor Hedva Ser – a UNESCO ‘Artist...

Far as the eye can see | Jesmond Vassallo

We speak to painter Jesmond Vassallo about his self-explanatory exhibition...

We speak to painter Jesmond Vassallo about his...

Concern over ‘Expressive Art’ classes sparks teaching debate

A proposal for an ‘integrated’ version of the arts classes ...

A proposal for an ‘integrated’ version of the...

Mastering metal | Marie Louise Kold

Toggling between Sweden, Denmark and Malta, the artist Marie Louise Kold has been experimenting with copper, bronze and brass, and will be exhibiting some of...

Toggling between Sweden, Denmark and Malta, the artist...

‘What if the toddler were an insect?’ | Moira Zahra

Replying to the question ‘what is art?’ with a ‘Does it matter?’,...

Replying to the question ‘what is art?’ with a ‘Does...

The Maltese circus | Mark Scicluna

MCAST lecturer, MaltaToday cartoonist and co-creator of the popular webcomic A Space Boy Dream Mark Scicluna speaks to us about participating in ‘Xebgha...

MCAST lecturer, MaltaToday cartoonist and co-creator of the...

Underwater snaps | Kris Micallef

Well-travelled and prolific Maltese photographer Kris Micallef speaks to us about his upcoming – and largely crowdfunded – project, REGNVM, a series of...

Well-travelled and prolific Maltese photographer Kris...

Their hopes for 2014

As we bid goodbye to 2013 and welcome the new year, we ask a number of local personalities involved in culture and entertainment what they’re looking forward...

As we bid goodbye to 2013 and welcome the new year, we ask...

2013 in review | Culture: change, backtracking and bounty

Looking back at some of the most significant cultural events in 2013, we note...

Looking back at some of the most significant cultural...