The Malta Society of Arts is Malta’s oldest institution for the promotion of the arts and crafts, established in 1852.


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The MSA in the papers

The Malta Society of Arts has been trying to keep in touch with the public throughout the pandemic and its online initiatives have been featured on various newspapers.

The Malta Independent on Sunday of 2 August 2020 featured an article about ‘Artsing About’, the initiative where the Society asked artists who had exhibited at MSA in the past to share artistic and personal anecdotes related to lockdown. You can read the article below and all the individual Facebook posts here.

MSA Artsing About - TMIS 2 August 2020 - JPG


In another initiative, we posted a series of Facebook posts called ‘Reminiscing Perceptions’, sharing pictures of works which had been exhibited during MSA’s past two Members’ Exhibitions called ‘Perception’ and ‘Perception: postscripts’.

MaltaToday published a feature on Sunday 12 July 2020 regarding this revival of artistic works by MSA Members online during the pandemic.

MSA PR - MT 12.07.2020-CROPPEDAnother feature regarding ‘Reminiscing Perceptions’ was published on The Malta Independent of Thursday 9 July 2020.

MSA PR - TMI 09.07.2020-CROPPED


And finally, a feature about our MSA Committee Vice President Roderick Camilleri was published on the Malta Independent on Sunday of 19 July 2020. The article, penned by Marika Azzopardi, talks about the works and career of Roderick Camilleri as a young artist and curator.

Marika article - TMIS 19.07.2020For updates, keep following this website and MSA’s Facebook Page!

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LCM Summer 2020 Practical & Theory Exams

LCM June 2020 Notice

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Summer Courses 2020 cancelled

Summer Courses 2020 Cancelled

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Paused Winter Courses to resume in October

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Loss of Mrs Doris Amodio Chircop

Doris Amodio Chircop

Mrs Doris Amodio Chircop

The local music scene is in sorrow for the loss of Mrs Doris Amodio Chircop. Mrs Amodio Chircop guided hundreds of candidates for the London College of Music (LCM) Diploma examinations held at the Malta Society of Arts. Along the years she remained a great supporter of the MSA’s musical events.

Condolences to her family. May she now rest in peace.

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Poster LCM exams alternative assessments with MSA logo

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COVID-19 NOTICE - 22 March 2020

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London College of Music Exams Notice

LCM Covid Notice

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Kondoljanzi lill-kollega Paul Dingli

Doris Dingli Obituary Photo

Il-President, il-Kumitat, il-Manager u l-Istaff tal-MSA jixtiequ jwasslu l-kondoljanzi lill-kollega Paul Dingli għat-telfa tal-maħbuba martu Doris. Agħtiha O Mulej il-mistrieħ ta’ dejjem u ieqaf mal-familjari tagħha, speċjalment żewġha Paul u t-tifel il-Prof. Alexiei Dingli (Ex-Sindku tal-Belt) f’dawn il-mumenti diffiċli.

Fir-ritratt t’hawn fuq jidhru Doris u Paul Dingli.

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MSA’s Annual General Meeting postponed

AGM Cancellation Notice

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