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It's not carnival, it's Notte Bianca: one night in Valletta.

A hard day’s night: Notte Bianca & Malta Airshow

To celebrate the start of autumn, look to the skies and the streets this weekend. A white night of culture in Valletta and white vapour trails over the airport.

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Valletta furniture manufacturer. Photo: Nigel Bewley

Kick starting Malta’s creative economy: Malta Culture Budget 2011

Malta Budget 2011 has put money where government’s mouth is with funds & incentives to boost Malta’s creative economy. Here’s a quick guide.

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Evenings on Campus, Malta University.

Summer Culture: Evenings on Campus

Evenings on Campus continues Malta’s summer cultural bonanza. Film, photography, art, dance, music and more at affordable prices!

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The Barbarossa Project, Malta Arts Festival, 2011

The Arts’ Director: insider view of the Malta Arts Festival 2011

Malta Arts Festival 2011 is here again. What to expect this year? Main man, Festival Director Mario Frendo, gives us the low down.

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Imagine 18: Valletta, candidate European Capital of Culture 2018. Valletta Photo: Leslie Vella

Imagine Valletta in 2018: a European Capital of Culture

‘Imagine 18′ conference & workshops, 20-21 June, are our chance to shape Valletta’s bid to be a European Capital of Culture in 2018. Have your say. Participate!

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The Christmas hamper

Christmas in Malta is more than just about Christmas hampers. And still, thankfully, more than about commercialism. It’s about human engagement.

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Sundays for culture vultures

Forget the regular tourist sights, try the Mount Carmel Psychiatric Museum or the gun battery on Comino for an excursion one Sunday soon. Join the Malta culture council’s tours for some tales of the unexpected.

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Pierre J. Mejlak: in his own words

Pierre J. Mejlak is one of Malta’s finest young writers. He talks to Malta Inside Out about Gozo, writing, and his current sabbatical of sorts.

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The Malta Music Memory Project

M3P is the first online database of Maltese music. The project will be launched during Notte Bianca in Valletta on 25 September 2010.

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Narrow Street, Broad Mind: Spazji Art Exhibition, 9-30 July

A narrow street with a broad mind. Spaces / Spazji art exhibition, 9 – 30 July, highlights the new city insider space that Strait Street, this once most notorious of Valletta’s streets, is becoming.

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Kids ahoy! A ship with science & art workshops

Birgu’ Waterfront has a new arrival that’s not a super yacht! MS Hulda is a 100-year-old sailing ship birthed here for the Malta Arts Festival to take us on a journey of art and science. Kids workshops too.

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Q & A: Rebecca Cremona, film director & scriptwriter

Malta’s first full-length feature film for the international market is in the making. Its young director / scriptwriter Rebecca Cremona is tackling some contentious issues facing contemporary Malta.

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A Basket of Lemons

Lemons in Malta give you a zest for life. Especially when they are straight from the tree into basket, and free from over the garden wall.

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Siggiewi’s Agricultural Fair, 12-13 June

Don’t miss this cameo of rural life from times past at Siggiewi’s annual agricultural fair tonight and tomorrow, 12-13 June. Family fun, food, fun and some truly fascinating rural relics!

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