The building housing the Ministry for Finance will participate in the 10th edition of the annual night-time art festival, Notte Bianca, by opening its premises to the public.
Maison Demandols at 30, South Street, Valletta will be offering an attractive programme featuring an exhibition of works by Antonio Sciortino, Raymond Azzopardi and MCAST students on Saturday 3rd October 2015 from 7pm till midnight.
National Museum of Fine Arts (Heritage Malta)
Bronze by Antonio Sciortino (1879-1947)
Antonio Sciortino’s bronzes were acquired thanks to public funds over a number of decades; the latest being ‘Speed’ acquired in 2014. This exhibition will present the story of these high-profile acquisitions, and their relevance and significance to the collection of the National Museum of Fine Arts (Heritage Malta), soon to become MUŻA at Auberge d’Italie.
Raymond Azzopardi (sculpture)
All of Azzopardi’s works in this collection are carved from local wood such as pine, walnut and araucaria. He has chosen these works from his last 10 years which got inspired by his childhood.
MCAST students’s works
Various abstract works by MCAST students of scholastic year 2014/2015, inspired by different themes and aspects of life.
– Saturday, 3rd October, 2015