Internship in Malta
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The Istanbul based association DIYALOG in collaboration with the African Media Association Malta and the Sustainable Design Collectiv Malta are organizing the new Mahalla Festival in Malta dedicated to migration, exile and inclusion. The festival will take place November 18 until 25 in Valletta.
The upcoming festival will give the opportunity to update the network of European cultural initiatives working in the field of migration, exile and cultural identity. It will bring together native communities and newcomers. The festival will be also a platform with concrete results how these initiatives and cultural mediators want to operate in Europe and beyond in future.
Different artistic positions and cultural initiatives (Fine Arts, Literature, Film, Music, Theater) will be introduced and combined to form new narratives regarding mobility, culture and identity. The festival consists of workshops, lectures, performances, exhibition and concerts taking place in Valletta.
The location of the Maltese island between Italy and Africa where most refugees are passing the Mediterranean on the way to Europe is a reason for our decision. So one focus will be Africa/North-Africa, the Mediterranean and the inclusion of these cultures even in communities with nationalistic attitudes as observed right now not only in some Eastern European countries.
For the period of three month and up to six month we are looking for an intern who wants to be involved in all aspects of organizing a cultural event taking place with the participation of third country nationals who just arrived and local communities in Malta.
Please contact us if you are interested doing an internship with an incultural association focussing on migration, exile and inclusion.
Please send your application to firstname.lastname@example.org
The title, Palimpsest, originally denotes a piece of writing material on which the original writing has been erased to make room for later writing.
However, traces of the overwritten texts remain.
This paleographic phenomenon will inspire the artists of the Mahalla Festival 2022. They will be concerned with the use of resources in a
comprehensive way: in terms of ecological, economic, political, social and communal memory culture.