Monthly Archive
for: ‘December, 2016’

A call for proposals for artistic expressions at City Gate

A call for proposals for the design of an artistic expression/s to be installed on the nine columns of the arcaded facade in City Gate has been launched. The aim of this call for proposals, a collaboration between Heritage Malta and the Grand Harbour Regeneration Corporation, is the creation of artistic expression/s, to be unveiled […]

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Winter Solstice at Mnajdra Temples

Heritage Malta invites you to experience the annual Winter Solstice Sunrise at one of its most picturesque sites, Mnajdra Temples. Welcome the winter season on 21st December by joining us to watch sunrise at one of our unique Neolithic temples. The winter solstice is the shortest day of the year and is the first day of […]

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Explore a 15th Century Renaissance Panel Painting after Restoration and Conservation

A 15th century Renaissance panel painting is currently on exhibit in, ‘Reborn – an early Renaissance painting in focus’, organised by Heritage Malta at the National Museum of Archaeology. This exhibition presents the result of a conservation project undertaken on a 15th century Renaissance panel which will eventually be exhibited at MUŻA, the new national community art […]

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Edward Lear in Gozo – 150 years later

Heritage Malta is commemorating the 150th anniversary of Edward Lear’s stay in Gozo through the Expresso Exhibition, ‘Edward Lear in Gozo – 150 years later’. The exhibition will remain open till Saturday 28th January 2017 at Heritage Malta’s office in the Cittadella, Gozo. During his one week sojourn between 16th March and 23rd March 1866, […]

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Heritage Malta to open its museums and sites for FREE on 8th December

On 8th December, a public holiday, Heritage Malta is opening practically all its museums and sites for free, with the exception of Ta’ Ħaġrat and Skorba Temples, Ta’ Bistra Catacombs, the Palace Staterooms, the Ħal Saflieni Hypogeum and the National Museum of Fine Arts which is being transformed into a new community museum called MUŻA. […]

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