DanceWorks to explore 'Alternate Realities' in new production
After last year’s successful staging of its very first production, contemporary dance company DanceWorks, is this month presenting its second and much anticipated project...
V18 aims to improve public spaces with Cultural Mapping project
The Valletta 2018 Foundation announced the launch of a nationwide 'Cultural Mapping' project today.
Cottonera remembers Sette Giugno riots in community activities

Cottonera and Kalkara Day to foster more awareness of historical treasures of...

Cottonera and Kalkara Day to foster more awareness of...

Gozo Minister yet to nominate member to Heritage Malta board

Two former Nationalist MPs turn down offer to sit on government-appointed...

Two former Nationalist MPs turn down offer to sit on...

Marshall to chair Arts Council, Labour candidate takes philharmonic

Albert Marshall appointed chairperson of Malta Council for Culture and Art...

Albert Marshall appointed chairperson of Malta Council for...

Fireworks Festival in Marsaxlokk woos the crowds

Fireworks Festival attracts thousands at Marsaxlokk.

Fireworks Festival attracts thousands at Marsaxlokk.

AME annual model exhibition

The Association of Model Engineers is holding its Annual Model Exhibition at the SCOUTS HEADQUARTERS in FLORIANA between Saturday 27th April and Sunday 5th...

The Association of Model Engineers is holding its Annual...

What is Paceville? | David Pisani and Elise Billiard

Everyone has an opinion on Paceville, but have we ever stopped to consider the...

Everyone has an opinion on Paceville, but have we ever...

A bejewelled history of Maltese vanity | Francesca Balzan

We speak to Francesca Balzan, curator of ‘Vanity, Profanity & Worship:...

We speak to Francesca Balzan, curator of ‘Vanity,...

Call for Circus Performers

Want to join the circus? The casting department of ĊirkuMalta, Malta's first contemporary circus, is now accepting applications.

Want to join the circus? The casting department of...

Arts Council defends għana from lazy journalism that took it to task

Unsanitised Maltese folk singing exposed media’s ignorance of what għana truly is.

Unsanitised Maltese folk singing exposed media’s...

Knights, peasants, plagues: Medieval Mdina is back

Rapidly becoming one of the most anticipated events of the spring, the...

Rapidly becoming one of the most anticipated events of the...

Malta Arts Festival returns in July

Despite a change in government, it appears as though it’s business as usual for the Malta Arts Festival, which will be returning to Valletta and its environs...

Despite a change in government, it appears as though it’s...

What Easter (still) means to us

We speak to Executive Director of The Carmelite Institute Malta and University lecturer Rev. Dr Charlo Camilleri about the ongoing significance of Easter in...

We speak to Executive Director of The Carmelite Institute...

Notte Bianca welcomes new artistic director as applications open

Real-life wedding to form part of the next edition of Notte Bianca, piloted by...

Real-life wedding to form part of the next edition of Notte...

The stories behind Malta’s historical maps

Malta Map Society is making an appeal for pre-Siege maps of Malta.

Malta Map Society is making an appeal for pre-Siege maps of...

Securing a financial future for Malta’s artistic output | Toni Attard

Creative Economy Advisor from the Creative Economy Working Group Toni Attard fills us in on the recently set up Creative Trust: what exactly is it, and how can...

Creative Economy Advisor from the Creative Economy Working...

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...

The buildings that make us | Konrad Buhagiar

Architect Konrad Buhagiar of Architecture Project speaks about A Printed Thing,...

Architect Konrad Buhagiar of Architecture Project speaks...

Graffiti: an unofficial legacy to former servicemen in Malta

Baroque Architecture researcher and illustrator Denis A. Darmanin zooms in on...

Baroque Architecture researcher and illustrator Denis A....