Monthly Archive
for: ‘August, 2011’

Lore of the Sea – immemorial waters

Following the performance White Sea, the rubberbodies collective will now be revisiting the performance material and present their new work at Heritage Malta?s Malta Maritime Museum in Birgu. Whilst creating White Sea, the collective lunged into the world of maritime heritage and met Liam Gauchi, the curator of the Malta Maritime Museum. The collective was […]

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Riccardo Licata ? Mediterranean Soul

Heritage Malta, in collaboration with Verso l?Arte Edizioni Italia, present works by internationally acclaimed artist Riccardo Licata (1929 -???? ); painter, engraver, mosaicist, sculptor and set designer. Licata is best known for his unmistakable pictorial-graphic writing works inspired by music. The exhibition, hosted by the Salon of the National Museum of Archaeology in Valletta, is […]

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Sunset Heritage Trail at ?a?ar Qim Park

Heritage Malta will be organising a Heritage Trail within the magnificent ?a?ar Qim Park in Qrendi. Curators and experts within the field will be available on site to discuss the surrounding archaeological remains and highlight the natural features surrounding the temples that last year alone attracted nearly 175,000 visitors. This event, organised by Heritage Malta, […]

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Installation of a new custom-made walkway at Tarxien Temples

Heritage Malta’s Tarxien Temples are currently undergoing an embellishment and conservation project under a 9.2 million Euros Archaeological Heritage Conservation Project, 85% of which are co-financed through the European Regional Development Funds (ERDF). This project will include works on three Heritage Malta sites, namely Tarxien Temples (Tarxien), ?gantija Archeological Park (Xaghra, Gozo) and St. Paul’s […]

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New Bronze Age Hall at the National Museum of Archaeology

Heritage Malta?s renovation of the Bronze Age Hall at the National Museum of Archaeology is the latest display project undertaken. The Bronze Age Hall, and another section dedicated to the mystery of the Cart Ruts, shed further light on Malta?s prehistory and provide for further understanding of people?s livelihoods during that particular period. The official […]

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‘Pioneers of Modern Art in Malta’

Following Heritage Malta’s latest highly acclaimed ‘Vincent Apap; Works from the National Collection’ exhibition, and two international shows, ‘I fought the X and the X Won’ and Riccardo Licata’s ‘Mediterranean Soul’, Heritage Malta’s National Museum of Fine Arts is proud to host the forthcoming official book launch of Joseph Paul Cassar’s ‘Pioneers of Modern Art […]

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