Just when you thought that cultural festivities were over – apart from clubbing and big event gigs – ‘Evenings on Campus’ (26 July – 12 August) comes along to take over where the Malta Arts Festival left off. See the full programme here.
Tonight sees its launch with the opening of an international, touring art exhibition on Human Rights. In fact, human rights is this edition’s overall theme and focus. Over two weeks, Evenings on Campus offers up a range of cultural delights taking in film, performing arts recitals and more and featuring both local and overseas artists and productions.
What’s it all about?
Evenings on Campus originated in 1992 and is now in its 19th edition. Since then, Evenings on Campus has become a regular and appreciated addition to Malta’s summer cultural life. One of the objectives has always been to involve University students and staff and to offer a venue to whoever felt they had a talent, whether it was artistic or organisational. What could be more appealing to the senses than an evening of quality performances? So says its Facebook page.
Tickets, Times & Place
All events start at 21.00 at various venues around the University of Malta, Msida campus (see programme).
Tickets (Euro 5.00 – 8.00 depending on event) at the door or booking by email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Children under 12 half price to all events.
Location: see Google map.
Photo: Rhythms of Vision, dance, 4th August. See here for details. Photography: Stephen Buhagiar.