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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.
The Compendium of Cultural Policies & Trends, in collaboration with Arts Council Malta, is pleased to announce the upcoming International Cultural Policy Conference 2023 in Malta.
Home Affairs Minister Byron Camilleri defended the artist’s freedom and right to express satire through their art and admitted that he was critical of the police who should be defending the artist’s freedom to express.
Proposed legal changes come after raft of criminal complaints against artists by River of Love pastor Gordon Manché.
Minister for the National Heritage, the Arts and Local Government Owen Bonnici has launched the newly formed National Agency for the Performing Arts (NAPA), which will provide a joint legal, administrative, and organisational framework for KorMalta, TeatruMalta and ŻfinMalta, with the aim to keep pushing the boundaries for further development in these key areas.