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PREMJU NOMINATION

BEST PROJECT IN THE COMMUNITY
IL-PROGRAMM TAL-MISKIN

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IL-PROGRAMM TAL-MISKIN 

DOCUMENTATION 

Find here a review for Teatru tal-Miskin from the Times of Malta

Find here a collection of reviews and social media posts about Strand 6 - It-Teatru tal-Miskin

Find here a review for Teatru tal-Miskin from Ramona Depares

Find here a collection of feedback from the outreach workshops of STRAND 1 and 2 - Outreach Workshops

Find here a review for Teatru tal-Miskin from Lovin' Malta

Find here for a collection of feedback from the 6 Young Creatives involved Strand 3 - Internships

Find here for a list of participant and audience numbers involved in Programm tal-Miskin

Find here for a list of creatives involved in Programm tal-Miskin

PROMOTIONAL ARTWORK 

MEDIA PRESENCE

IL-KOMUNITA' TAL-MISKIN

STRAND 1

A series of workshops with the young LGBTQI+ community to inspire and develop the new Maltese musical Teatru tal-Miskin. Target communities included working with members of the LGBTQI+ community, students in secondary and tertiary education levels and voluntary organisations who work with young people- all of which are at the forefront of LGBTQI+ conversations. It-Teatru tal-Miskin had to be a platform for the concerns and thoughts of this community, therefore their voice had to be present. Workshops included writing camps, focus groups, feedback sessions, informative sessions about the arts, sessions with youth workers and complimentary ticket offers for the show. The strand also ensured a partnership with the European Union Year of Youth to establish widespread (and international) awareness. 

 

(Total of 65 participants in this strand)

L-ISKOLA TAL-MISKIN - WORKSHOPS

STRAND 2

3 workshops about queer theatre were delivered to drama students from Malta and Gozo where aspects of our unique theatre making process were also shared with young people. The workshops were entitled “theatre as an activist”.  Young people with no experience of the arts were also invited through an open call. Their involvement ensured a fresh take on classical theatrical techniques marrying up social commentary with art. 


(Total of 48 participants in this strand)