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rajt ma rajtx ... naf li rajt
Critical Essay by Elyse Tonna for Matthew Attard's exhibition: rajt ma rajtx ... naf li rajt (2021). VC03 is a book showcasing the 2021 exhibition programme of Valletta Contemporary with contributions by various authors/curators
KIN, who we are and where we belong (EN) / sura ta' nies (MT)
A book for SURA (2021). Stories and Poems by Clare Azzopardi. Contributions by Elyse Tonna, Glen Calleja and Lori Sauer. Translations by Albert Gatt. Photos by Giola Cassar. Proof-Reading by Claire Zerafa. Designed by Brendon Gauci
fuse (2021): collection of research and process-based articles related to the thematics and interventions by Elyse Tonna
A book for fuse (2021). Written by Elyse Tonna. Photos by Elisa von Brockdorff, Maria Galea, Rakel Vella and Elyse Tonna. Edited by Ann Dingli. Designed by Elyse Tonna and the Valletta Cultural Agency. Produced by the Valletta Cultural Agency
30@20: Looking Back Looking Forward (2021): Celebrating 30 Years The Mill Art, Culture and Crafts Centre
From the Archives: A reflection. and The Mill Today: A conversation February 2021
A book for 30@20 project by the Gabriel Caruana Foundation. Contributions by Raffaella Zammit, Dr Nikki Petroni, Elyse Tonna. Designed by Mighty Box Ltd.
what is 'ħaġarna'?
A book for ħaġarna (2019). Contributions by Elyse Tonna, Dr Irene Biolchini, Prof. Vicki Ann Cremona, Dr Sandro Debono, Dr Marko Stamenkovic and introductions by Hon. Dr Ian Borg, Hon. Dr Owen Bonnici, Hon. Dr Justyne Caruana, Hon. Dr Anton Refalo, Nicoline Sagona, Joe Cordina and Dr Christian Zammit. Designed by Elyse Tonna
Spazju Kreattiv, Valletta (2019)
Artists: Isabelle Borg, Jean Busuttil Zaleski, Anna Grima, Debbie Caruana Dingli, Enrique Tabone, Lisa Falzon, Kristen Jeffcoat, Marie-Louise Kold, Bridget McCrum, Katel Delia, Celia Borg Cardona, Catherine Cavallo, Moira Zahra,
Project Team: Toni Sant, Sabrina Calleja Jackson,
Supported by: Fondazzjoni Kreattivita, Wikimedia Community Malta, Wikimedia Foundation, U.S. Embassy in Malta, Fulbright Scholar Programme
As part of a celebration of the Art+Feminism project initiated in Malta in 2018, through a collaboration between Wikimedia Community Malta, M3P Foundation and Spazju Kreattiv, a curated exhibition will show works from the Fondazzjoni Kreattività collection by female artists. Alongside the exhibition, activities included a number of workshops, including several on Wikipedia editing. These activities will further address the gender gap on Wikipedia whilst highlighting the work of female artists and their artistic contribution to Malta.
photos by Elisa von Brockdorff
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