Monthly Archive
for: ‘January, 2013’

Back to Life

Heritage Malta has prepared a full programme of activities to mark its tenth anniversary. The first event showcases the vital work undertaken by Heritage Malta’s Conservation Departments. The exhibition, entitled “Back to Life”, shows how painstakingly careful work by highly trained and professional Heritage Malta conservators bring damaged cultural heritage artefacts back to life. This […]

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St. Paul – Scripture, Folklore and Archaeology Heritage Trail

Heritage Malta will be organising a heritage trail including visits to St Paul’s Catacombs and San Pawl Milqi on Sunday 10th February, the feast of St Paul’s Shipwreck. This heritage trail links writings in the Gospels, folklore and archaeological evidence regarding St Paul, who considerably influenced Malta’s culture and heritage. The tour will commence with […]

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Pret for Preti

Mattia Preti’s fourth centenary from his birth in 2013 as the backdrop for the event of the year. Preparations for the Mattia Preti international exhibition are in full swing. This will be Heritage Malta’s major event for 2013; a joint collaboration between the National Museum of Fine Arts and Museo Civico di Taverna which will […]

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MTA updates the “Malta Culture Guide” iPhone App – Caravaggio and Mattia Preti itineraries and podcasts

Heritage Malta has collaborated with the Malta Tourism Authority to release an updated version of the MTA’s successful iPhone App Malta Culture Guide, the official guide to the cultural highlights of Malta. This application will be available in four languages; English, Italian, French, and German. The success of the MTA’s Malta Culture Guide App, with […]

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Back Home Project

The move of Heritage Malta’s National Museum of Fine Arts from its current location in South Street to the Auberge d’Italie is now well in hand. The museum’s curators, together with the museum’s library, have already relocated to the the Auberge. This will ensure the necessary on-site support services as the project moves ahead. Heritage […]

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Events Archive – 2013

The Great Auk – Extinction is Forever… or is it? 2 December – 31 January An exhibition on the Great Auk which sadly became extinct in the late 1800s. The last known breeding pair was killed on the island of Eldey (Iceland) in June 1844. It used to winter in southern waters including the Mediterranean […]

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