‘Art is a consuming fire’ | Raymond Agius
Ahead of his portrait exhibition ‘Behold the People’ – to be held at the Casino Maltese Ballroom, Valletta – the Maltese-Australian artist Raymond Agius, formerly also an...
The art of the matter
Reactions to the recent ‘vandalism’ of Valletta’s City Gate by a graffiti artist suggest that Malta may not be prepared for the subversive revolution that elsewhere gave...
The kids are alright | James Micallef Grimaud

He’s getting the kids to paint murals, but don’t expect him to work for...

He’s getting the kids to paint murals, but don’t expect...

Queer happenings at St James | Emanuel Bonnici

He made a pack of edible chocolate Baby Jesus statues, which were consumed by...

He made a pack of edible chocolate Baby Jesus statues,...

Damn right, it’s better than yours…? | Milkshake Project

A new exhibition of fresh artistic talent will seek to collapse some of our...

A new exhibition of fresh artistic talent will seek to...

Travelling paintings | Ljupco Samardziski

As part of his drive to donate a painting to each of the countries holding the...

As part of his drive to donate a painting to each of the...

The truth is out there | Joe Zammit-Lucia

Photographer Joe Zammit-Lucia fills us in on ‘Private Art – Exploring the...

Photographer Joe Zammit-Lucia fills us in on ‘Private Art...

Banif Calendar 2013 showcases vibrant student work

Collage, acrylics, ink, impasto on wood... these are just a few materials that...

Collage, acrylics, ink, impasto on wood... these are just a...

We need light! | Caesar Attard

Veteran artist Caesar Attard speak to us about his a mixed media show ‘H-ardcore’, currently on display at St James Cavalier, which makes merry with heavy...

Veteran artist Caesar Attard speak to us about his a mixed...

Mixed media calendar brings Valletta’s streets to life

Valletta will be the focus of a dynamic collaboration between a varied mix of...

Valletta will be the focus of a dynamic collaboration...

On the shadow trail… | Metamorpolis

The team behind a unique shadow puppet performance speak to us about what we can expect from 'Metamorpolis', playing at Splendid, Strait Street, Valletta on...

The team behind a unique shadow puppet performance speak to...

After Stitching ban, self regulation comes officially into force

New law for self regulation of theatre productions comes into force one day...

New law for self regulation of theatre productions comes...

Update 2 | ‘Stitching’ producers to take case to European Court of Human Rights

Ban on controversial play written by Anthony Nielsen upheld by Appeals Court.

Ban on controversial play written by Anthony Nielsen upheld...

The moments that get away | Patrick Fenech

Traces of Traces, an exhibition of photographs by students within the...

Traces of Traces, an exhibition of photographs by students...

Malta Lace Competition 2012: protecting an age-old tradition

“Maltese lace stands shoulder to shoulder with the world’s finest. Each...

“Maltese lace stands shoulder to shoulder with the...

Comic book legend Dave Gibbons in exclusive interview with MaltaToday

On this Sunday’s edition of MaltaToday, we speak to veteran British comic...

On this Sunday’s edition of MaltaToday, we speak to...

The artist abroad | Vesna Bajalska

We speak to Vesna Bajalska, a Macedonian-born Serbian painter who emigrated to Paris in the ‘80s to pursue an artistic career. Now in Malta to exhibit a...

We speak to Vesna Bajalska, a Macedonian-born Serbian...

The comic man cometh | Dave Gibbons

One of the most enduringly in-demand comic book artists working in the field today, Dave Gibbons – best known for his groundbreaking collaboration with Alan...

One of the most enduringly in-demand comic book artists...

Travel, be humble, work hard | Selina Scerri

Currently exhibiting some of her work along with filigree artists Kevin Attard...

Currently exhibiting some of her work along with filigree...

Censorship is not just skin deep

An Oslo conference unsettles Chris Gruppetta’s notions of what constitutes censorship.

An Oslo conference unsettles Chris Gruppetta’s notions of...