THE ART OF THE MATTER
Gilbert Calleja writes about what is driving the local visual arts scene.
Maria Pisani - artist and cofounder of Integra Foundation + Charlot Cassar - Ceramicist and Educator.
JUMPING OFF THE CHALET
Conrad Thake’s dream that the Chalet would be restored to its former glory is quashed.
THE REVIVAL OF MALTESE GHANA
What is Ghana and how has it developed nowadays? By Erika Brincat.
The Heart of Glass
Erika Brincat meets glass artist, Etnika’s saxophone player and accomplished jazz musician Walter Vella.
DIE FIRST ANSWER QUESTIONS LATER
James Debono interviews Voltaire.
Pia Zammit, cat lover in her own right, talks to Kevin Davison about all matters feline.
MIKIEL GALEA: Editorial Cartoons
MaltaToday’s cartoonist offers a selection of his best work - events which characterised Maltese society and culture in the last years.
My African soul
Joseph Paul Cassar, 48, artist, lecturer, critic and collector received Gilbert Calleja at his residence in St Paul’s Bay.
LILLY WHITE IS PURE DELIGHT
Pia Zammit tries to keep up with the explosion of energy otherwise known as Liliana Portelli.
MY OWN PEOPLE
Self-taught artist Shaun Grech exposes his noir essence to Teodor Reljic: “I like painting figures that are full of pain.”
DON’T LET ME BE MISUNDERSTOOD
It’s not that rock DJ Wayne Flask likes to play Metallica and Bon Jovi ad nauseam, but Maltese audiences tend to want more of the same. Michaela Muscat is relieved that Flask is more discerning when it comes to his personal play list.
Procrastination does have its benefits after all. Pia Zammit says that procrastinators are actually quite happy people. Why? “You can’t fail at something you haven’t yet completed.”