As part of its efforts to promote ever closer links between culture and entrepreneurship, Malta Enterprise is hosting a painting exhibition in the foyer at its offices in Gwardamangia.
Six renowned Maltese artists are exhibiting a sample of their works in what promises to be the first of a series of exhibitions to be held at the offices of Malta Enterprise. In total, 26 paintings are on exhibition.
The participating artists are Kenneth Zammit Tabona, Anna Galea, Stephanie Borg, Andrew Micallef, Joseph Casapinta and David Schembri. The exhibition is open during office hours, from Monday to Friday between 08.00h and 17.00h, and will remain open till the end of April. All paintings in the exhibition are for sale.
During the past months Malta Enterprise has actively collaborated with stakeholders from the artistic and cultural sphere locally and internationally in order to promote and stimulate the creative industries in Malta. Given its long history as a cultural melting pot, Malta is well positioned for the development of such industries.
Creative industries have high added value and their role in economic wellbeing is increasingly being recognised worldwide. Research has shown that creative industries generate better jobs and attract a better qualified and more creative workforce, attract other high-end industries and leave a positive impact on the overall industrial climate.