Heritage Malta supports youth through art programme

The Heritage Malta summer programme leaflet (source: Heritage Malta media department)

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Heritage Malta (HM) is launching its summer programme for children in order to encourage them to try their hands at art more, according to a press release sent to Business Malta.

HM will do this by making them play with art while being in prehistoric areas maintained by Heritage Malta; under the shadows of a megalithic temple, close to the mysterious catacombs, in a palace or in an art museum.

“If your children dream of becoming artists, comic creators, writers, or are simply fascinated when listening to stories, Heritage Malta gives the opportunity to join its programme starting this month and ending in September,” Heritage Malta said in the press statement. 

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A €5-donation is requested for attending the programme, however, students who have collected all their Heritage Malta Passport stamps can attend for free. Tickets can be bought online and inside museums upon presentation of the Student Passport.

Heritage Malta has a passport scheme in place for teenagers and the elderly above the age of 60. These schemes are offered by HM, available to all students attending primary or secondary level education unlimited access to all Heritage Malta sites and museums, as well as the elderly.