Malta unveiling its first-ever biennale tomorrow

Launch heralds advent of a new biennale tradition.

The anticipation is reaching a crescendo as Malta gears up to host its first-ever biennale, a groundbreaking celebration of contemporary art set to captivate audiences from March 13 to May 31.

With only a day remaining until the grand unveiling, the air is thick with excitement, heralding the dawning of a new era in the Maltese cultural landscape. Under the patronage of His Excellency the President of Malta and UNESCO, this historic event promises to showcase a kaleidoscope of artistic expression, uniting local and international talents in a harmonious celebration of creativity. From avant-garde installations to thought-provoking exhibits, the curated programme reflects the diverse voices and perspectives that shape our global artistic

The final preparations are in full swing, with artists adding the finishing touches to their masterpieces, transforming our islands into a vibrant canvas of inspiration. The maltabiennale.art website www.maltabiennale.art provides a tantalizing glimpse into the immersive experience that awaits attendees. “This biennale marks a pivotal moment for Malta, a convergence of artistic brilliance that promises to leave an indelible mark on our cultural landscape,” says Mario Cutajar, President and founder of the maltabiennale.art. “We invite
art enthusiasts and the curious to join us in this momentous celebration, where oundaries are pushed and imaginations set free.”

As the countdown to the opening ceremony begins, Malta eagerly anticipates the commencement of a biennale tradition that will undoubtedly redefine the island nation as a global hub for contemporary art. Don’t miss your chance to be part of history – witness the birth of Malta’s artistic renaissance!

maltabiennale.art is a Heritage Malta initiative through MUŻA, the Malta National Community Art Museum, in partnership with Arts Council Malta. maltabiennale.art is also presented in cooperation with the Ministries for Foreign and European Affairs and Trade, National Heritage, the Arts and Local Government, and Gozo, as well as with Visit Malta, Malta Libraries, MCAST, Festivals Malta, Valletta Cultural Agency and Spazju Kreattiv. With the participation of Malta School of Art, AUM, ŻfinMalta, KorMalta, Teatru Manoel, Malta Philharmonic Orchestra, Franco La Cecla, IULM University, Milan, Department of Humanities Studies, Faculty of Arts and Tourism, Underwater Department Heritage Malta, Archaeological Department Heritage Malta and Maritime Museum Heritage Malta.

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