Arts Council Malta is strategically looking into EU funding programmes with the aim to develop a portfolio of EU-funded projects that reflect the goals and targets set out in the Create2020 Strategy
Through these EU projects, Arts Council Malta is strengthening its connection with other international artistic organisations, allowing for more networking, collaboration and increased cultural co-operation.
ACM is interested to work with other entities and organisations on EU-funded projects focused on one or several of the following areas of interest:
Projects that promote interdisciplinary and contemporary artistic creation including links with technology/ cultural heritage/ environment;
Projects that promote cultural development (training/capacity-building) with third countries especially the Mediterranean region;
Projects that promote intercultural dialogue and bring communities together through culture;
Projects inspired by diversity of cultural expressions, and that encourage cultural exchange and the integration in society on a social, cultural, political and economic level;
Projects that support the entrepreneurial and innovation potential of the CCS;
Projects that increase cultural participation amongst young audiences;
Projects that promote access to culture through digital means;
Projects that promote the inclusion of refugees and migrants;
Projects that provide networking opportunities for festivals and public cultural organisations since we serve as a national umbrella for all public cultural organisations (excl. museums).
Il-Premju għall-Arti nominees announced Arts Council Malta has announced the list of nominees for the first edition of Il-Premju għall-Arti, the national arts awards which celebrate the achievements of the cultural and creative sectors Thursday 25 January 2018
Coming soon to a theatre near you… or just near you! Tuesday 23 January 2018
Whose Culture? Diversity and Inclusion Tuesday 23 January 2018
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