Connecting with the Community
It is very easy to get lost in your own world, especially when working within a specialised sector. You find yourself thinking only within the confines of your work, and using your own jargon to communicate with the outside world, often with frustrating results
Monday 20 March 2017
Maltese artists around the World
By June 2017 around 1,000 artists, both new and established, both students and professionals, will have left our islands to represent Malta through their artistic works, all through the Cultural Programme of the Maltese Presidency of the Council of the European Union
Wednesday 22 February 2017
Successful Art & Culture Crowdfunding Campaigns
Many think of crowdfunding platforms as a way to fund the latest product or to kick-start a business – and they can definitely do that – yet their scope is far vaster
Thursday 26 January 2017
Let’s talk about Criticism
UK theatre critic Mark Fisher was recently invited by Arts Council Malta to lead a discussion on critical reviewing in the arts. Here he records his thoughts and impressions
Tuesday 20 December 2016
What’s so good about criticism?
Ahead of a public talk on 'Reviewing the Arts', Dr James Corby looks at how a lively critical culture goes hand in hand with the production and development of high quality art
Thursday 17 November 2016
Strategic planning for the arts
Dr David Stevenson from Queen Margaret University in Scotland recently delivered a three-day training course to Arts Council Malta's strategic partners
Wednesday 5 October 2016
Just a farewell...
As the National Museum of Fine Arts closes its doors, senior curator and MUŻA Project Lead Alexander Debono reflects on a changing visual arts sector in an exclusive piece for
Wednesday 5 October 2016
The B word
Simshar director Rebecca Cremona shares some tips on how to go international
Tuesday 2 August 2016
‘Culture Matters’ – Researching Valletta as a Cultural Hub
Following the recent Culture Matters seminar, Graziella Vella, Research Coordinator - Valletta 2018 Foundation and Adrian Debattista, Research Associate, Arts Council Malta, team up to look at some of the main findings
Tuesday 22 March 2016
Giep Hagoort's thoughts on Create 2020
Giep Hagoort, chairman of ERTNAM (European Research and Training Network on Art Management) and Professor Emeritus Art and Economics at the Dutch Utrecht University-UU/HKU, shares his thoughts on Create2020
Thursday 3 December 2015