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Arts minister Owen Bonnici has highlighted a significant surge in careers within Malta's cultural and creative sectors over the past decade. The number of individuals employed in these fields has more than doubled, Bonnici said with an annual growth of 13% in the current year compared to the previous one.
In line with legal amendment Cap.123 Article 56 26(A) of Income Tax Act [artists] can benefit from a reduced tax rate of 7.5%. This fiscal incentive is being implemented so as to mitigate economic uncertainties for artistic activities, which are more likely to take place within atypical working conditions.
Arts Council Malta is inviting artists, researchers, academics, activists, creatives and other practitioners and policymakers from the Cultural and Creative Sectors and from shared interest sectors to submit initiatives, good practices, possible strategies, and questions for discussion at the 2nd edition of State of the Arts - Malta National Symposium.
A Bill aimed at protecting artists from prosecution over insults and threats made through their work has been approved by parliament.
It has been the travail of humankind, porched and branched over thoughts and writings going back centuries and millennia, to translate into exact words and phrases the role of art and artists, creativity and its components in our collective life.
Government unveiled a legal proposal aimed at enacting safeguards to mitigate the incorrect use of the criminal justice system, which might stifle satire and artistic expression.