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KSi Malta is sponsoring an Art Exhibition: Artists of Malta united for peace and humanity, organized by the Russian Centre of Science and Culture.
The event will be carried out with the help of the International Academy of Culture and Art (IACA MALTA) under patronage of the Maltese branch office of Imperial Society (IPPO MALTA) (est. in 1882).
The official opening will take place at the Exhibition Hall in Merchant Street, Valletta at 7pm.
The exhibition will be open from the 17th of June till 25th of June.
All International exhibitors, Malta foreign residents and Maltese artists are invited to submit their works.
CVs with photos of two or three works including titles of works and dimensions can be sent by email to ippomalta@gmail with copy to Russian Centre for Science and Culture - email@example.com
The International Academy of Culture and Art (IACA MALTA) will be advised in writing when to submit works for exhibition to the Russian Centre for Science and Culture.
Participants will receive the Certificate of the International Academy of Culture and Art (IACA MALTA), and will be accepted in the Creative Association and the Youth Office that the Academy opened in recent years.
Among the participants will be distinguished Russian artist, Petr Timofreyevich Stronsky, Academician of the Russian Academy of Arts and President of the International Academy of Culture and Art, and the Member of the Imperial Society. Petr Timofreyevich Stronsky is the author of more than 34 monuments on the topic of world peace and charity all over the world. In anticipation of Valletta becoming the cultural capital of Europe in 2018 a monument "Guardian Angel", the work of P.T.Stronskogo, will be placed at Та' Xbiex. (www.ippomalta.com)
Further exhibitions are being planned in future to support Art and Culture. All this is being done under the patronage of the Maltese office of the Imperial Society (IPPO MALTA) established in Malta in 1882. The aim of the Academy is to get talented people together, help them to develop their talents by organizing exhibitions and cultural events and to make the world a better place to live.