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A Taste of France in South America: Maltese Naturalists in South America Mattia Preti – Faith and Humanity (Taverna, Italy) Temple and Tomb: Prehistoric Malta, 3600-2500 BCE (New York) In the Sign of the Cross: Redemption and Inspiration Int Min Int? Who are You? The Influence of Nature on Arms and Armour – during Medieval Mdina 23 Feb – 31 March 2013 24 February – 21 April 21 March – 7 July 22 March – 7 April 29 March – 5 May 13 – 14 April
Ghajn Tuffieha Roman Baths: Excavation Open Weekend Ghajn Tuffieha Roman Baths: Open Day Opening of Ta’ Hagrat Temples during Festa Frawli Mattia Preti Rediscovered UNESCO World Heritage Day 13-14 April 14 April 14 April 18 April 18 April
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Maintaining a Unique Culinary Tradition: Qassatat tal-Għid (Gozo) CLICK HERE to see full educational programme. 2 April Jan - April
Mdina. this exhibition gives insights into the work of naturalists and the wildlife in this part of the world.31 March A Taste of France in South America: Maltese Naturalists in South America An exhibition highlighting the recent expedition and scientific research carried out by the NMNH in French Guiana.The Man who… Loved Gozo Sandro Debono & Giuseppe Valentino Godwin Vella.30hrs). Opening Hours: Mon .Sun: 09.) A. Ganado. . Sundays at 10. J. Schiro.00 – 17.Volunteering Opportunity Take part in the Excavations at Ghajn Tuffieha Roman Baths and Ta’ Bistra Catacombs Oct 2012 – Oct 2013 Recent Publications Mattia Preti: Beyond the Self-Portrait De Soldanis: An Eighteenth Century Intellectual The Brocktorff Mapmakers Henry Mayo Bateman (1887-1970) . Olvin Vella (ed. an 8 minute documentary and a display of the equipment used. Micallef Attard Bernadine Scicluna (ed. C.00hrs 23 February .) In the Media Malta u lil hinn Minnha TVM.00hrs (last admission 16. insect specimens. a large diorama depicting various wildlife from French Guiana. Showing photographs. At the National Museum of Natural History.
This international exhibition will arrive in Malta on the 3 May. the participants will have the opportunity to cook their own Qassatat. 24 February – 21 April Mattia Preti – Faith and Humanity (Italy) Opening on Mattia Preti’s 400th birthday.00hrs. Xaghra. the Louvre (Paris). Museo di Capodimonte (Naples). including the Prado (Spain). . Culture Card accepted. Gozo from 10. Recommended Age: 10 – 14 years Maximum number of participants: 15 €5. with paintings loaned from leading European Insitutions. By booking only. tasted and feasted on the traditional qassatat one time or another.Musei Vaticani (the Vatican. Rome). After an overview to help understand and appreciate the story behind this culinary tradition.00 – 12. Uffizi(Florence). this exhibition is the product of a joint collaboration between the National Museum of Fine Arts and Museo Civico di Taverna. At Ta’ Kola Windmill.2 April Maintaining a Unique Culinary Tradition: Qassatat tal-Għid Everybody has heard. This special qassatat recipe is unfortunately being forgotten and the only village in Malta and Gozo where Qassatat tal-Għid are still cooked is in fact in Xagħra. Gozo.
decorative architectural reliefs.45hrs. Exhibition includes sculptures in stone and clay.21 March – 7 July Temple and Tomb: Prehistoric Malta. At the Institute for the Study of the Ancient World.30 -18. At Heritage Malta Showcase.edu/exhibitions/malta/maltaexhibit-info 22 March – 7 April In the Sign of the Cross: Redemption and Inspiration An exhibition focusing on the Crucifix theme. watercolors.00hrs. Valletta. 36002500 BCE (New York) Organized by the Institute for the Study of the Ancient World at New York University in collaboration with Heritage Malta. Melita Street. For further information visit http://isaw. New York University. Entrance free. Opening Times: Monday-Sunday 9.nyu. and photographs. historic drawings. New York. last entry 17. . this temporary display focuses on the representation of the cross and its popular cult in the last century with a representative sample of modern and contemporary artworks. Symbol of faith and icon for centuries of battle. Exhibition of funerary and ritual objects pertaining to the late temple period.
Free.00hrs (last entrance at 20.30hrs). 13-14 April The Influence of Nature on Arms and Armour – during Medieval Mdina Medieval Mdina is a weekend long event organized by the Mdina Local Council. Opening times: 9. HM members and children under 12 years . The National Museum of Natural History has put up this exhibition for the occasion. A number of activities for children related to this theme will also be held as part of Medieval Mdina. including Antonio Sciortino.29 March – 5 May Int Min Int? – Who Are You? Ten works from the Reserve Collection chosen to represent people living in Malta both from past and present. The main exhibits are portrait busts by twentieth-century pioneers. At the National Museum of Fine Arts.00hrs – 17.00hrs (last entry: 16. Entrance Free.00 – 17.30hrs) 14 April: 09. which will highlight nature’s influence on arms and armour through time.30hrs) . Opening times: 13 April: 09.00 – 21.00hrs (last entrance at 16. Special reduced prices: Adults/ Seniors/ Students €2. South Street.50. George Borg and Vincent Apap.
30-12. Minimum of 4 and up to 8 volunteers per day will be accepted.30 hours.mt . Pre-booking is firstname.lastname@example.org April Ghajn Tuffieha Roman Baths: Excavation Open Weekend Interested individuals who would like to participate on an authentic archaeological excavation may join the archaeological team during this weekend. Ivan Bezzina by email on ivan.00.00. 14 April Ghajn Tuffieha Roman Baths Open Day Tours are being organized around this Roman period baths complex. . Visitors will be able to examine the remains and to meet the archaeologists who will explain the excavation works taking place on this site. In order to book please contact Mr. Tours will be conducted at 09. Josef Caruana on josef. For booking please contact Mr. Between 07.bezzina@gov. For further information visit or .mt . By booking only. 11:00 and 12:00 hrs with groups not larger than 12 people. Children must be accompanied. 10. Subject to weather conditions. Children must be over age 12 and anyone under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult.
00. 16.30hrs. 15. at the reduced price of €1.00. Speakers include senior curator Sandro Debono and conservator David Frank Bugeja.00hrs. 12.00hrs – 17. Tours in Maltese: 09.00. 18 April Mattia Preti Rediscovered Heritage Malta and Istituto Italiano di Cultura present the results of the scientific investigations carried out on Mattia Preti's Martyrdom of St Catherine of Alexandria at the National Museum of Fine Arts. The Palace (Valletta) on 3rd May.00hrs.00hrs. 13. The scientific results will feature in the exhibition 'Mattia Preti: Faith and Humanity' opening at the State Rooms. 11. In English: 10. The site will be open between 09. .00. At the Istituto Italiano di Cultura at 18. During this event Heritage Malta takes the opportunity to encourage locals and foreigners to visit the World Heritage Site of Ta Hagrat Temples.00.00. 14.14 April Opening of Ta’ Hagrat Temples during Festa Frawli Festa Frawli is a day-long event organized by the Mgarr Local Council where local farmers and artisans sell their produce and of course strawberries and dishes made with strawberries.
18 April UNESCO World Heritage Day On the occasion of UNESCO World Heritage Day.00hrs.com/currentevents/current-events-2/ .English 16.00 . Due to the sensitivity of these sites.0017. Ggantija Temples (Gozo) will be open 09. 2 guided tours will be offered at 10.30hrs.17:00hrs.00 . Opening Hours: Hagar Qim and Mnajdra Archaeological Park and Tarxien Temples 09:00hrs – 17. the World Heritage sites managed by Heritage Malta (with the exception of the ĦalSaflieni Hypogeum) will open free of charge.wordpress.00hrs and 11.00hrs.English 14.Malti The temples of Ta` Ħaġrat and Skorba will be open between 09:00 .00 . A competition consisting of a quiz targeted at 8-12 year olds. Once this quota has been reached the sites will be closed. For more information on tours please view http://heritagemalta. Guided tours will be offered at these sites as follows: 10. the maximum number of people who can enter each site on the day is 70.00 .Malti 12.
no more than eight volunteers will be accepted on site at any given moment. The studies shall continue all through winter up until December and are intended to continue during 2013. EAFRD Site Archaeologist by email on josef. All those interested in participating in this unique opportunity are requested to contact directly Mr. Considering the sensitivity of the excavation. The excavations are currently running daily from Monday to Friday between 07.30 – 15. These excavations form part of the project studies that are necessary in view of increasing our archaeological knowledge about the sites as well as to feed into the information required for the construction of the necessary visitor infrastructure. hat and sun-block).mt indicating their preferred availability (day/time). For those who may be interested to participate in such an excavation as a volunteer.Take Part in a real life Excavation Archaeological investigations are currently underway at Ghajn Tuffieha Roman Baths and Ta’ Bistra Catacombs Areas B and C as part of the EAFRD REBACA Project (323/12) ‘The Rehabilitation of Roman Baths and Christian Catacombs Project’.30 hours. these are subject to weather conditions. The Superintendence of Cultural Heritage will also be informed of the names of those who will be participating for any feedback which may be required. Josef Caruana.caruana@gov. The excavations are being directed by HM Archaeologists and all operations on site shall be executed solely under their direct guidance and supervision. Equipment will be made available on site but interested individuals must come dressed with the right attire (sturdy shoes. Since the excavations are being conducted in the open air. . this is an opportunity not to be missed! Children must be over age 12 and anyone under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult.
Publishers: Midsea Books. Mattia Preti – Beyond the Self Portrait A look at Mattia Preti as an artist and as a Knight of the Order of St John. Melita Street. Produced in two separate editions in Italian and English.Recent Publications: Heritage Malta Members receive a 10% discount on marked price when purchasing from Heritage Malta museum shops. . Full Colour. Available from the National Museum of Fine Arts and HM Showcase. Price: €15. 96pp. The authors describe Mattia Preti’s background and how his life sheds light on his self-portraits.
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