France, a sports teacher by day, a worker by night, is an active campaigner against the use of pesticides. Patrick, an obscure and solitary Parisian lawyer, specializes in environmental law. Mathias, a brilliant lobbyist in a hurry, defends the interests of an agrochemical giant. Following the radical act of an anonymous woman, these three destinies, which should never have crossed paths, are about to collide, clash and ignite.
Based on the classic DreamWorks Animation film and featuring Stephen Schwartz’s “miraculous music” (Time Out) – including his Academy Award®-winning song ‘When You Believe’ – and Sean Cheesman’s “astonishing choreography” (The Guardian), this epic, critically acclaimed production with an original London cast and orchestra of more than 60 artists tells an inspiring tale of resilience and hope.
Jake Heggie’s powerful work has its highly anticipated Met premiere in a new production by Ivo van Hove. Based on Sister Helen Prejean’s memoir about her fight for the soul of a condemned murderer, Dead Man Walking matches the high drama of its subject with Heggie’s poignant music and a libretto by Tony and Emmy Award–winner Terrence McNally. Met Music Director Yannick Nézet-Séguin takes the podium, with mezzo-soprano Joyce DiDonato starring as Sister Helen.
ĠUF is a project exploring and celebrating contemporary motherhood through the visual art of Rebecca Bonaci. Motherhood and the figure of the mother are being examined in a cultural-historical, philosophical, psychological and artistic depth. The cultural-historical and societal changes that have changed the social position of women over this vast timeframe, have also changed the cultural norms and expectations associated with motherhood.
Possible Worlds is a multidisciplinary exhibition which tackles the environmental concerns which are rapidly changing the local and international landscapes. Whilst addressing the destruction of the natural and social environment through urban expansion, the artworks offer alternative possibilities for building the future, collectively and creatively. Artworks by Maltese and international artists will present diverse voices on this urgent topic.
The definition of Cultural Heritage in Malta is ever-evolving and often raises public discussions around the cultural value of colonial buildings in cities. Join architect and design researcher Kristine Pace’s talk on November 7th 2023, 7pm, hosted by the Malta Café Scientifique in Studio B at Spazju Kreattiv in Valletta.
Anthony Davis’s groundbreaking opera, which premiered in 1986, arrives at the Met at long last. Robert O’Hara, who was nominated for a Tony Award in 2020 for his direction of Slave Play, oversees a new staging that imagines Malcolm as an everyman whose story transcends time and space. A cast of breakout artists take part in the operatic retelling of Malcom X’s life.
The Spazju Kreattiv Art Collection - An Open Research project is part of an ongoing archival process that seeks to preserve the organisation’s legacy while bringing to the fore some of the main artworks donated to Spazju Kreattiv over the past 24 years. The exhibition presents a diverse and thought-provoking selection of exhibits presented as part of the programme in the past years using various media.