The Malta Independent 25 May 2024, Saturday
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Heritage Malta’s Passport the key to Malta Biennale

Thursday, 18 April 2024, 11:17 Last update: about 2 months ago

Hundreds of Heritage Malta’s Passport holders have benefited from the

unparalleled access provided by the passport to enjoy the Malta biennale.

Children, youths, adults and elderly passport holders could enjoy installations and exhibitions besides attending specifically designed workshops. Those who took part in such interactive workshops had the unique opportunity to meet and discuss with artists taking centre stage in


Each member of Heritage Malta or passport holder benefits from free access to all Heritage Malta sites including those currently hosting the

This unprecedented access to art and culture underscores’s investment in upcoming generations by instilling appreciation in the art scene and exposing them to contemporary art.

High attendance rates for all the activities of reflect the widespread interest generated among different age groups.

The event which was recently praised by international media and critics is designed to place Malta on the global artistic map thereby supporting the internationalisation of local artists. Ensuring the programme attracts people of different age groups and backgrounds suggests the is a positive step towards promoting Malta as a laboratory for contemporary art.

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