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Ktieb għall-Ħruq

Saturday, 23 April, at 7.30pm and 6.30pm

Caraffa Stores, Vittoriosa Waterfront


On Saturday, 23 April, at 7.30pm, a number of writers, artists, actors and musicians will come together at Caraffa Stores on the Vittoriosa waterfront to present an evening of new literature in Maltese called “Ktieb għall-Ħruq.” Entrance to all events, which are being coordinated by Inizjamed, is free.


The writers who will be reading their previously unpublished works in Maltese are Clare Azzopardi, Stanley Borg, Norbert Bugeja, John Buttigieg, Priscilla Cassar, Claudia Fiorini, Miriam Galea, Maria Grech Ganado, Sergio Grech, Adrian Grima, Henry Holland, Simone Inguanez, Roderick Mallia, Immanuel Mifsud, Walid Nabhan, Ġużè Stagno, and Leslie Vassallo. They will also be saying a few words about a book that they have found particularly inspiring.


Before these readings, at 6.30pm, six budding writers will be reading their works in English and Maltese. Both sets of readings will be accompanied by music played by UOM Junior College students Esmeralda Galea Camilleri on harp and Maria Bonnici on flute.


During the first set of readings at 6.30pm, well-known artist Raphael Vella will be presenting his installation which has been prepared specifically for this literary event which is celebrating World Book Day. Clare Azzopardi’s short story “Jien ix-Xhud” will be presented by five actors, Annabelle Galea, Marion Zammit, Claire Zerafa, Dominic Dimech, and Kevin Attard, under the direction of Marcelle Teuma.


During the event Inizjamed will be launching the book, edited by Adrian Grima and designed by Pierre Portelli, which includes the works that are being read on Saturday. The book will be on sale at a special discounted price. After the event it will be on sale at outlets such as Sapienza’s bookshop in Valletta, which is supporting this event.


This event is being organized by Inizjamed, in collaboration with the Vittoriosa Local Council and with the support of the Cottonera Waterfront Group. [Read on]


Adrian Grima

Coordinator, Inizjamed


Inizjamed at the Naples 2005 Biennial


The theme chosen for the Biennial of Young Artists from Europe and the Mediterranean is “Un Anno Di Passione,” a year of passion. The Naples Biennial will also commemorate 20 years since its first edition in Barcelona in 1985.

In Naples 2005, Inizjamed will be taking part in 4 categories: Literature, Music, Visual Art and Gastronomy. The Maltese contingent will also include a leading journalist and established artist.
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