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Between Ash and Dust by Vince Briffa

Between Ash and Dust by Vince Briffa

Friday 3 April, 7:30pm at Arthall: “Between Ash and Dust” by Vince Briffa. This time we will celebrate the Opening Night of our next exhibition with the Artist’s Talk. The talk will focus on the states of the in-between in art practice. The exhibition will be on from 1 to 26 April 2020. ABOUT THE...

Fear by Sergio Muscat

On Friday 6 March 2020 at 7: 30 pm, we will have next Philosophy Sharing talk by Sergio Muscat “FEAR”. “Everything you’ve ever wanted is sitting on the other side of fear.” – George Addair The subject of fear has always been of great interest to the artist Sergio Muscat, mostly due to its constant...

19th February 20207th March 2020

Blasphemy by Dr. Oliver Magro

Friday 14 February, 7: 30 pm at Arthall: BLASPHEMY by Dr. Oliver Magro. Ollie, as he prefers to be known, graduated in Law and Philosophy from the University of Malta with a keen interest in Law and Information Technology. He has never practised law but has had a career in university administration and systems working...

14th February 202016th February 2020

Are we living in a Simulation? By Erin Steele

Friday 17 January, 7:30 pm at Arthall “Are we living in a Simulation?” by Erin Steele. Free Entrance. About the Talk Swedish philosopher Dr. Nick Bostrom theorizes that some advanced species will one day create multiple simulated realities where the creatures living in the simulations will believe they are real. Bostrom reasons that we humans...

17th January 202023rd January 2020

JESUS Philosophies by Dr. Mark Montebello

Friday 6 December, 7:30 pm at Arthall. Jesus Philosophies – a pathfinding talk by Dr. Mark Montebello BY GOZO NEWS · NOVEMBER 26, 2019 Philosophy Sharing Gozo is inviting the public its next talk, which will be on – Jesus Philosophies – a pathfinding talk by Dr. Mark Montebello. Dr Montebello said that, “we in the west...

6th December 201923rd January 2020

ART TALK with Vera Sant Fournier

FRIDAY 15th November, 7:30 pm at Arthall. Our next Philosophy Sharing talk at Arthall, will be this FRIDAY 15th November at 7:30pm. This time, Vera Sant Fournier will discuss with us Art & How it relates to your interiors.    “Give Vera Sant Fournier an empty room and in no time she will turn it into an explosion of...

15th November 201923rd January 2020

Review by art writer Karin Grech

Sophistikós at ARThALL Victoria Gozo November 12, 2019 Karin Grech, https://www.facebook.com/bwiseaftertheevent A lively gallery scene has developed in Gozo over the last few years. New exhibition spaces are springing up all over the island and every weekend sees at least one or two exhibition openings.  One of the privately run venues is Arthall, a bright...

13th November 201913th November 2019

Times of Malta – Sophistikós, a feast of femininity by Esther Lafferty

Sophistikós, a feast of femininity ExhibitionArt Sat, Nov 2nd 2019, 13:30 Last updated 3 days, 1 hour ago This month, the contemporary Victoria gallery Arthall Gozo presents Sophistikós, a vibrant and thought-provoking exhibition of colourful women underpinned with wit, wisdom and wow-factor, reviewed by art journalist and writer Esther Lafferty. The exhibition includes the work of...

3rd November 20196th November 2019

Meet the Artists: Fox Daniels, SJ Fuerst and Tomas Hed

On Friday 1st November at 7:30 pm at Arthall, we will have the opportunity to meet the artists of our ongoing Exhibition “Sophistikós”. Fox Daniels, SJ Fuerst and Tomas Hed will explain the pieces they have on display in the gallery, and share with us their points of view and ideas about “what is art?”...

1st November 201923rd January 2020

On the Concept of being an Uncle

Saturday 5 October, 7:30pm at Arthall On the Concept of being an Uncle with Philosophy Sharing Gozo BY GOZO NEWS · SEPTEMBER 21, 2019 Philosophy Sharing Gozo is back next month following the summer break with the first public talk of the autumn. On the Concept of being an Uncle – is the subject of the talk,...

5th October 201923rd January 2020
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