Call for artistic creations by people with disabilities
The Immaculate Conception Musical Society, Ħamrun, has called for participants for an upcoming exhibition featuring works by people with disabilities.
Interested participants can exhibit all artistic works, including visual art, music, dance or theatrical performances.
The exhibition entirely dedicated to people with disabilities will be held from December 1 to 4.
The society accepts registrations until mid-November.
Those interested can email firstname.lastname@example.org or text 7900 0490. Participation is free.
The Immaculate Conception Musical Society, Ħamrun has formulated its latest three-year operational plan focusing on two main pillars, namely those of inclusion and innovation.
“Music company Immaculate Conception, Ħamrun has formulated its latest three-year operational plan focusing on two main pillars, namely those of inclusion and innovation,” explains Raphael Scerri, deputy secretary of the company.
The society previously held an ethnic evening on August 29 aimed at promoting integration through music among migrants and local communities in Ħamrun.
Their first exhibition entirely dedicated to people with disabilities took place on September 29, with more than 85 participants exhibiting their artistic works. The opening of this event also featured three disabled musicians playing piano and drums.
Interested entrants should email email@example.com or text 7900 0490 by mid-November. Participation is free. This project is supported by the Freedom to Live Community Grant Scheme 2021 under the Ministry of Inclusion, Voluntary Organizations and Consumer Rights.
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