Allura – The Trail Valletta

Sharing the creative process involved in the visula arts, by revealing creative talent and its internal process through open studios. The Melita Foundation is supporting Allura in presenting The Trail Valletta – a two-day event in Malta’s Capital with free entrance to all.

This event will give aspiring artists, hobby artists, art students, art teachers and art enthusiasts with an open-source skill pool and repository of knowledge. The event will contribute to the enrichment of Malta’s overall artistic output, serve as an exciting and inclusive culture of open exchange in which everyone can grow creatively from the knowledge and experience of leading practitioners. Besides its entertainment value the event will reach new audiences and get more people to engage with art in an original and new way also exposing participants to various locations and venues around Valletta including Parliament, Spazju Kreattiv, Valletta Design Cluster, The China Cultural Centre, The German-Maltese Circle, The Splendid, Iniala Harbour House Hotel, Malta School of Art, The Russian Centre for Science and Culture, St Paul’s Anglican Cathedral – The Undercroft.

Making a difference together

Since starting in 2020, The Melita Foundation has backed many projects run by different groups and backgrounds. From local STEM skills for school kids in the Three Cities to global stuff like planting trees, ESG awareness, teaching maritime law and conservation and ensuring our heritage is well taken care of.

Check out all the amazing projects here.

Allura’s projects and events involve artists, charities, sponsors, educational and ecclesiastical institutions, hotels, retailers, brands and other stakeholders. Allura understands that art-lovers are no longer interested purely in the finished artwork, but also in the artists themselves and the stories behind their work.  This project is designed to impart artistic knowledge, skills and the artistic process to other artists, art students and the public. With a variety of genres, styles, concepts, and techniques, the final production will also serve as a learning resource in schools and ultimately preserve Malta’s finest contemporary artists after their lifetime for future generations to enjoy.

Making a difference together

Since starting in 2020, The Melita Foundation has backed many projects run by different groups and backgrounds. From local STEM skills for school kids in the Three Cities to global stuff like planting trees, ESG awareness, teaching maritime law and conservation and ensuring our heritage is well taken care of.

Check out all the amazing projects here.