The first edition of KampuSajf will take place between August 25 and 28 at The Malta College of Arts, Science, and Technology (Mcast)’s Paola Campus and August 30 at the Mosta Campus. The festival will be under the artistic direction of Stjanu Debono.
The festival, which will be open to the public, will serve as a new and enriching experience for college students and staff, especially those studying and working within the creative sectors.
“MCAST is delighted to present KampuSajf for the first time on our campuses in Paola and Mosta, thanks to the support of APS Bank. We are thrilled to be closely collaborating with the artistic community in Malta and providing them with a platform for their work at MCAST. It is truly exciting to witness our campuses brimming with arts and creativity during the less busy days of our academic calendar,” Joachim James Calleja, MCAST Principal & CEO, said.
Artistic director Stjanu Debono said: “This is a multidisciplinary festival that will prioritise indigenous artistic work in Malta and will serve as an alternative platform to different art forms including music, literature, contemporary dance, improvised theatre, and animated film.”
The full programme of events will be available on MCAST’s social media platforms and website.